Week 11 (27/10): Fiction vs Non-Fiction

Graffiti poetry. Image by cornishpasty licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

BY DEB BAUER

Creative writing exercise: write a news story as a spoken poem

Last week we put into practise the three-act structure, a storytelling strategy, and an established method of mapping stories.

This week we will examine Fiction vs Nonfiction. What’s the Difference?

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Week 11 (26/10) Producing & Presenting: Oz Music

BY NICK BENNETT

Radio students: Morning and afternoon classes are combined in this single post today 🥰

AM: PRODUCING PROGRAMS

Today we’re going to consider the importance of Australian music and its artists and the role can radio play promoting and supporting them.

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Week 11 (26/10): Preparing your story

“Henry David Thoreau quote – Library Way – NY City” by Kathleen Tyler Conklin is licensed under CC BY 2.0

BY RUTH BERAN

Now that you have an idea for your human-interest story or short feature, the next step is to start researching and planning.

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Week 11 (26/10) Writing for a small screen: guidelines

“Seriously, why do you still have an iPhone?” by opensourceway is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

BY VERITY CHAMBERS and RUTH BERAN

First, we haven’t done it for a while, let’s do a news quiz!

For Newsroom, you can create content for the weekly radio show, including social media posts, or anything that you have a burning desire to create, including content for the small screen.

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