Ira Glass, the Host of This American Life, Breaks Down the Fine Art of Storytelling

Since 1995, Ira Glass has hosted and produced This American Life (iTunesFeedWeb Site), the award-winning radio show that presents masterfully-crafted stories to almost 2 million listeners each week. What's the secret sauce that goes into making a great story, particularly one primed for radio or TV? Glass spells it out in four parts. Watch them all above.

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