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Behind the Veil
Winner of an Emmy Award!

Indigo Audio produced journalist Jessica Leeder's narration and provided a voice-over for The Globe and Mail's acclaimed series on the plight of women in Afghanistan. Behind the Veil received a News Documentary Emmy Award, an EPpy Award for Best Web Special Feature and was also nominated for a National Newspaper Award.

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The Globe and Mail: Facts and Arguments

The Globe and Mail offers the most authoritative news in Canada. For the past 20 years, readers have been telling their most surprising, thought-provoking, heartbreaking and hilarious stories in Facts and Arguments, a collection of personal essays about the lives of Canadians. Indigo Audio produces and narrates these weekly podcasts which were chosen #1 on iTunes under the category of Personal Essays.

Globe and Mail - Facts & ArgumentsHow one wedding ceremony changed me
After playing the organ at hundreds of weddings I was getting jaded. Then one unscripted moment changed my opinion.
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Globe and Mail - Facts & ArgumentsI’m far from Canada but still connected
In my apartment in Switzerland I listen to CBC Radio. The ‘living abroad purists’ would not approve, but that’s the beauty of living in the global village.
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Canadian Broadcast Sales

Canadian Broadcast Sales (CBS) is Canada’s dominant national radio sales organization com. Owned by Corus Entertainment Inc. and Rogers Communications Inc. CBS has success in understanding market conditions, managing and directing radio station objectives as well as implementing strategies that work within the dynamics of any marketplace. Indigo Audio researched, wrote and hosted their CBS Report #10.
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Shaughnessy Bishop-Stall

Author Shaughnessy Bishop-Stall's first book was an account of the year he spent living with the homeless in Toronto's infamous Tent City. Down to This: Squalor and Splendour in a Big-City Shantytown. He currently teaches writing at the University of Toronto's School of Continuing Studies. Shaughnessy reads from his first novel Ghosted .
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Lavalife is one of the world’s largest dating services for singles. Producer Irene Spadafora created an audio testimonial of real people speaking about their success on Lavalife by Voice. This montage played throughout North America to reinforce the value of the product to new customers and was showcased on Lavalife’s website.
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Sheena's Place

Sheena’s Place is an internationally recognized support centre for people affected by eating disorders. During their Open Forum on Culture, Media and Eating Disorders, Indigo Audio recorded Harvard anthropologist and psychiatrist, Dr. Anne E. Becker live at the Velma Rogers Theatre where she spoke about the impact of television on body image of teenage girls in Fiji. The following is an excerpt of her presentation.
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Beth Kaplan

Beth Kaplan is the author of Finding the Jewish Shakespeare: The Life and Legacy of Jacob Gordin and teaches memoir and personal essay writing at the University of Toronto and Ryerson University. Beth included podcasts on her popular website with excerpts of her work and shares her philosophy on writing.
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MacLachlan College

MacLachlan College wished to convey the familial warmth of their school environment with a personal greeting and explanation of admissions information to prospective students and their families on their website. Indigo Audio produced the podcast, assisted with scripting and provided the voice-over.
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Single Parent Love Life Inc.

Indigo Audio produced a series of entertainment based podcasts to provide a sense of community for single parents as they browsed the SPLL website. Live and unscripted, Peter and Emily discuss the unique challenges of dating as single parents.
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