BY NICK BENNETT
Headlining: outlining the headline structure and understanding the key elements of good communication:
What is a Radio Intro? It’s a short segment at the start of a show. It serves to introduce the hosts or give a preview of what’s coming up such as the guests in studio, the topic of discussion, etc. It lasts anywhere from 10 seconds to several minutes.
Radio intros guide:
Begin your show with an energetic and engaging introduction (intro) to the show. BBC’s Dan & Phil do a good job of it:
How to be an authentic radio presenter with Kate Cocker: be real!
Take a listen to how 2GB’s Ben Fordham presents a daily breakfast show:
After reading the above resources (and others that may inspire you), write a 300-word report on the key elements of authentic and effective communication. Consider the following:
- Am I being real?
- How can I let the audience know who I am?
- Am I connecting?
- Is this entertaining and informative?
- Can I make them laugh? etc.
Upload your report the Student Weekly Tasks folder in the Google Drive.
Reminder: Assessment 1: Show 1 due week 9