Category Archives: Podcasts

APH Weekly Blog Roundup: Transformations, Inspirations, and Mapping It All Out

This weeks collection of blog postings from members of The Association of Personal Historians is packed with information on how to get started in writing a personal history, sources of inspiration, how family stories impact our lives, and some nitty-gritty information about behind the scenes of video production. Patricia Hamilton of Keepers of Our Culture shares how multi-dimensional our… Read More »

APH Weekly Blog Roundup: Live Storytelling, Audio Biographies, and Taking Control of Our Legacy

This week’s roundup of blog postings by members of the Association of Personal Historians is full of stories to read, videos to watch, and podcasts to listen to. Enjoy! Monica Lee of Clickago Storywerks writes to us about how not to loose all those great memories still in our camera phones in Your Phone is Not a Photo… Read More »

APH Weekly Blog Roundup: Video Tips, Vegas, PHA Month and a Conference Sneak Peak

This week’s collection post by blogging members of the Association of Personal Historians takes us behind the scenes and into the work of collecting personal histories. Steve Pender of Family Legacy Video gives us tips for multi-camera video shoots in Producer’s E-Newsletter May 2016. “This month, I pass along some thoughts about what to do when one camera… Read More »

Meet 2016 Conference Keynote Speaker John Centrone - APH3

Music has played a vital role in films since the first silent movie flickered onto a screen. Today, music scores perform many valuable functions in film, TV, and personal history productions. At the 2016 Conference of the Association of Personal Historians in Fort Worth, Texas, keynote speaker and composer John Centrone will take conference attendees on an inspiring… Read More »

APH Weekly Blog Roundup: Deciding Who Will Tell Your Story, The Power of Siblings, and an Interview with Marcia Orland

This week we have several members of the Association of Personal Historians writing (and pod casting!) about various topics related to preserving and sharing personal histories. Susan Marg of Your Biography 2 got an interesting response to her post about remembering pay phones in Got Change? “Well, we had a phone booth nearby – the type that had… Read More »