Victoria Fenner is on a rich journey of sound discovery which she shares with all ears in attendance.
When many members of the nation-wide National Campus and Community Radio Association (NCRA) gathered for the NCRA Conference in Ottawa in 2006, Lynn Thompson met Victoria and joined in with a group walking silently in the sound of the city.
Following Victoria's lead, the group followed along, listening to the sounds of the city scape that she was recording: sounds that are often missed due to the distraction of conversation and mind chatter.
Recently appointed as executive producer of the Rabble Podcast Network where she has long been a prolific podcast producer, Victoria is enthusiastically sharing the wealth of her 30+ years of experience in listening, teaching, recording, editing and presenting, for the benefit of podcasters here and everywhere!
This brief review of Victoria's sound journey was recorded by phone in mid-September 2014, following Victoria's conversation with Lynn about Living on Purpose beginning in 2004 and joining the rpn in 2007, which is included in a recent episode of rabble radio.
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