Experimental Radio Show That Calls You at 2 AM, Records Your Conversation and Uses it in a Podcast

Call in the Night


Mon, Jun 24th, 2013 10:00 by capnasty NEWS

Masterminded by Max Hawkins, a Computer Science and Art student at Carnegie Mellon, Call in the Night is an unusual experimental radio show that will call you at 2 AM, introduce you to a stranger and record your conversation for a podcast.

Here's how it works...

  1. Once a week, sometime after 2am eastern time, we'll call your phone
  2. After a short prompt, you'll be connected with another caller to discuss your night, your dreams, or whatever comes to mind
  3. Your call is recorded and saved. If your call is selected we'll use it in our podcast



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