WEBINAR: How To Tell Your Own Story - 20 September 2022

Alex Crerar, 7th September 2022

WEBINAR: How To Tell Your Own Story

1:00pm (AEST) Tuesday 20 September 

Telling your own story can be a challenging process, knowng what stories to tell, what information to include, how much of yourself to share to get your intentions and knoweldge across to your audience. This is something Pariya Taherzadeh knows all too well, the multi-award winning podcast producer is an expert in how to tell your story in the most effective, engaging way, and shes here to share her tips and tricks. Special thanks to AFRTS for supporting this webinar. 

Community broadcasting management staff, boards committees and anyone else working in the area of fundraising are invited to join our webinar as we look at:

  • Looking for content from yourself and your life
  • What parts of that story do you pick out
  • How do you best tell that story
Presented by: Pariya Taherzadeh - Multi-award winning podcast producer, and guest lecturer and mentor at AFTRS

Running her own business as a freelance podcast producer, Pariya's most recent audio feature- 'Jaleh's Drive for Freedom' was commissioned by ABC's 'Days Like These', it also won a Gold Prize for the Personal Lives Podcast Category and was a finalists for two categories at the 2022 New York Radio Festival Awards. In 2018 she received the Selwyn Speight Diversity Scholarship, awarded by AFTRS and ABC, giving her the opportunity to work at the ABC for a year. She has extensive experience in the audio industry having taken on a variety of roles including as an executive producer for Netflix podcast 'Lived In', Finder.com podcast 'Two Broke Chicks', and as a sound designer for 'The Trap' just to name a few. Due to her experience in a range of topics and formats as well as independent podcasts, Pariya is well versed in story telling for the target audience. 

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