A Tape Recorder Becomes a Connecting Thread

Cutler, Joshua
September 2001
Nieman Reports;Fall2001, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p8
Presents an article on doing a radio documentary using a cassette tape recorder. Fear of interviewing students; Information on the Tourette's syndrome condition; Outcome of the effort.


Related Articles

  • Tape Recording.  // Creative Nonfiction;2006, Issue 29, p74 

    This article looks at the use of tape recorders in interviews by creative nonfiction writers. Writers differ in their views about the use of tape recorders. Alex Kotlowitz, Richard Preston, Ted Conover and Gay Talese do not like using recorders. They said that recorders interrupt deep probing...

  • Time machine. Davis, Nick // Missoula Independent;11/29/2013, Vol. 23 Issue 48, p18 

    The article presents an interview with cultural historian Nick Prueher who discusses the Found Footage Festival Tour, emergence of self-media and importance of Video Home System (VHS), a videotape-based cassette.

  • Talk to people: How real-life interviews can enrich your fiction—and your life! Poyer, David // Writer (Kalmbach Publishing Co.);Jan2006, Vol. 119 Issue 1, p24 

    This article focuses on the benefits of using interviews to get an idea for a novel. Using interviews will give fiction depth and credibility. It is important to write a list of background questions that need to be answered by the interviewee. The use of a tape recorder during interviews has...

  • The Lost Tapes. Peota, Carmen // Minnesota Medicine;Mar2010, Vol. 93 Issue 3, p12 

    The article focuses on lost cassette tapes which had recorded interviews with 12 Minnesota psychiatrists conducted by Marvin Sukov in the late 1970s. When Marvin Sukov died in 1984, these tapes were forgotten, except for a chance meeting in the 1990s between two psychiatrists. Deane Manolis made...

  • Regarding Pete Martin and Marilyn Monroe.  // Saturday Evening Post;5/5/1956, Vol. 228 Issue 45, p160 

    The article provides information on an interview of author Pete Martin with actress Marilyn Monroe. It says that Monroe made Martin wait an hour and half in her apartment for the interview. It states that the actress refused to used a tape recorder because it made her fidgety. Monroe decided...

  • Build a voice-activated tape recorder switch. Spiwak, Marc // Popular Electronics;Jan96, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p35 

    Describes the construction of a voice-activated tape recorder switch. Circuit description; Applications; Parts list; Construction and testing.

  • Tape Recorder Fun.  // Early Childhood Today;Nov/Dec2002, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p57 

    Presents an activity plan on the use of a cassette tape recorder for children ages four and five. Role of the activity in developing a plan for using a cassette tape recorder; Materials needed; Details of the activity.

  • Recording decks.  // Consumer Reports;Mar1995, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p196 

    Presents tips on how to evaluate cassette recorders. Types; Price; Key features; Single and dual decks; Noise suppression circuitry; Displays; Shopping advice. INSETS: Features: What to look for.;Minidisc recorders: Unique and pricey..

  • Cassette decks.  // Consumer Reports;1997 Buyer's Guide, Vol. 61 Issue 12, p48 

    Presents cassette deck purchasing information. Price range; Types including dual-deck and single-deck; Digital recorders and players; Shopping strategy with questions about type, features and the easiest brands to find; Features including adjustable bias control, autoreverse, Dolby noise...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics