Sound Women Podcast: Women In Tech

Nov 07, 2016, 04:38 PM

In the latest edition of the Sound Women Podcast we shine a light on the technical roles within sound & audio. Whether you work in this field or not, we’re here to break down the barriers and reinforce the message that tech is not as scary as it seems!

Presenter Ann Charles is joined by Ioana Barbu, an engineer from Bauer Media and Aradhna Tayal, a producer and organiser of RadTechCon. We hear from Terri Winston, the founder of the Women’s Audio Mission in California. Plus, we'll be discussing the opportunities out there for you to get yourself fully tech-trained up.

This episode was produced by Hayley Clarke and engineered by Candela Palencia.

Thanks to Sound Women supporters Somethin Else for hosting the recording of this episode and also to all our contributors for volunteering their time.

Find out more about Sound Women at www.soundwomen.co.uk and join the 
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Find out more about the amazing Sound Women featured in this episode: Ann Charles - http://anncharles.tv/ Aradhna Tayal - www.clockhousemedia.com Terri Winston, Women's Audio Mission - womensaudiomission.org

Contributors Presenter Ann Charles @sparkyannc Producer: Hayley Clarke @iamhayleyclarke Aradhna Tayal - @AradhnaTayal Ioana Barbu - @Jeanne_Barbu Women's Audio Mission - @womensaudio Thanks to @SomethinElse for the studio #WomenInTech #RadTechCon

Further Info www.radiotechcon.com https://www.wisecampaign.org.uk/ http://www.womenintechnology.co.uk/ https://www.everywoman.com/ http://www.wes.org.uk/ http://www.aes-uk.org/