Week 6 (8/9): Recap week

writing on a whiteboard spells out the importance of finding your voice
Photo: 日本語/CC/Wikimedia Commons


Last week we practised writing for the ears. We learnt about the structure of writing for radio and television concentrating on the narrative elements for audio stories. Today we will continue to apply what we have learnt.

Let’s recap #  How to write for Broadcast:

    1. Find a simple press release and write a short news story (200-300 words) and a headline.
    2. Write a short radio or TV script from one of these sources for press releases, OR
    3. Write an audio script from a current entertainment or music industry story you find online.

Author: veritychambers

Journalist and teacher

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