/sono/ – be heard (Lat.: make a sound; Esperanto: sound)
/logue/ – word (Greek -logos, from legein, to speak)
Sonologue is an audio content and production house uniquely poised to cover news, features, events, and profiles from the Indian subcontinent for global audiences.
Started by an Indian multimedia journalist who moved back to India after more than a decade in the US, Sonologue aims to provide topical, authentic, evocative, and balanced multimedia content for a variety of outlets — radio stations, corporates, not-for-profits, national and international media houses, and cultural organizations.
In August, Sonologue jumped into the fray of the first annual 24-Hour Radio Race, organized by the fine folks at KCRW’s Independent Producer’s Project.
The concept was simple. Teams from more than 100 countries registered. On August 17, 10a.m. EST (10:30 p.m. IST local time for me) they dropped the theme by presenting this video (“The Last Thing You’d Expect“) and we had 24 hours
I made my first trip to Calcutta in 2008 and during that visit, I tracked down Cinemawallah Salim, the celebrated bioscope man who still takes his movie machine in the streets of his neighborhood, charging young and old the fine fee of 1 Rupee to peer into the drum operated rig
A podcast series featuring folks who’ve recently moved to India – and their experiences: the bad, the good, and the ugly. Some interviewees have been here before, some are fresh off the boat – and all of them something to say about their experiences with life, work, culture, food, health.
A weekly podcast rounding up what’s going on in the radio industry(commercial and community stations) – here in India and around the world.
Story packages and features by Sonologue for radio and web clients all over the world: interviews, Q&A’s, documentaries, and profiles.
Sonologue undertakes trainings and workshops in radio journalism for NGO’s, community and commercial radio stations, as well as students of media.