Wednesday, September 12, 2007

The NPR Interview and Video!

Hey all. The Scott Simon interview will run during the last fifteen minutes of Weekend Edition's second hour this Saturday. To find out exactly what time that is (could be anytime from 6:45-11:45), go to NPR.org and plug in your local station's code. I hope that clarifies things. Hope you get to hear it.

Concurrent with the interview, the NPR website will run this video trailer.



It's called Soundproof and it is the long awaited Cochlear Implant video directed and edited by my cousin, Rebecca Haimowitz! She's done a phenomenal job and we're hoping this exposure will help us find the funding to finish it.

8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where is the captioning or subtitles for the hearing impaired in the video?

12:20 PM  
Anonymous Daisy said...

Great video, Rebecca. I loved it. Thanks for the insight. Was that just a portion of the video or the entire production? It was interesting to see the frustration in Josh at his earlier audiology visit followed by the 100% score on the test months later. The success of the cochlear implant does not receive the attention it deserves. It truly is a miracle device.

1:58 PM  
Blogger Josh said...

Hey anonymous...

Good point. We had to rush to finish the video so NPR could post it this weekend. We'll get a captioned version out as soon as we can. Sorry about that.

11:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks, you're rather cute. I will buy the book ASAP and see what makes you tick.

6:21 PM  
Anonymous Elaine said...

Hey Josh - hurry up and get those captions in there! Will the NPR broadcast be available in text? Contact Walter Gallant at wgallant@ccmaker.com and see if he can do captions for the video. He's quick.

Elaine

8:45 AM  
Blogger Josh said...

Elaine

Will do. Rebecca's filming in Texas, as soon as she's back we'll have the captions up. I believe transcripts of the NPR interview can be purchased for a very small fee on their site.

2:44 PM  
Blogger Anna Jane said...

Regarding NPR transcripts---
if you are hearing impaired, you can get them free of charge. This is from their site:

If you are hearing impaired and would like to request a transcript of an NPR story or program, please contact NPR Services at 202-513-3232 through a relay operator. NPR will send you the requested transcript via e-mail. You will need the following information:

* The subject of the program segment you are looking for
* The name of the program during which the segment aired
* The date of the program during which the segment aired
* Your first and last name
* Your phone number
* Your e-mail address

6:09 AM  
Blogger Christi Lee said...

umm...

How cool! a video about hearing aids for hearing people!!!!

Too bad people like me need the "aid" and or captions to understand it. Nice.

Thanks a load!

BTW: you needed to rush it? why? Rush for the people who need it.

11:01 PM  

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