Conrad Fox


  • AI Transcription
  • Clip extraction
  • Drag and drop script writing

Radio field work is fun, but writing the script can be pretty tedious. Transcribe, or at least log your audio. Read through it and identify the best clips. Try and figure out which clips go where. Write your script around it. Go back to your log and to find the time codes. Go back to the audio and extract it, hoping you logged it correctly. Discover you missed something... Repeat.

Gloss streamlines this process in one drag and drop interface. Upload your audio. Let the AI transcribe it. Mark your clips. Drag them into your outline. Add voice tracks. Press a button and done.

Gloss is in Beta. I'm testing it on a multi-episode story of escaping a killer in rural Mexico. If you want to test it on your project, please get in touch:

I'm a journalist, producer, instructional designer and developer. I've reported from a minefield and a dugout canoe, taught radio journalism, robotics, and anthropology in board rooms, lecture halls and mud huts, led award-winning media projects, and mentored dozens of journalists in Canada and Latin America. I run a small media production company specialized in education and the environment called Studio Canek.

Digital storytelling

(Conrad's) vision, his journalistic nose, and his tireless search to go one more step for the new, helped us find really impactful stories...

Manuel Ureste

Journalist and co-author of La Estafa Maestra, Animal Politico, Mexico