Week 8 (31/3): Basic radio formatics

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BY DEB BAUER

Today we will focus on planning and making any pre-recorded content for the next TAFE radio show. Theme: Guilty Pleasures

Content suggestions:

  • Focus topics
  • Pre-recorded segments
  • Interviews
  • Guests
  • Opinion/editorial
  • Roundtable: experiences, tips, debate, quizzes, stories, Q&A etc
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Week 7 (24/03): Interviewing questions and structure

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INTERVIEWING BASICS 

Interviewing techniques are really important because they help you get the best out of the subject you are talking to. And they give the audience something interesting to listen to!!

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Week 6 (17/3): Voice breaks

Leave your bad mood behind! Making radio is fun😻 Image by Pexels from Pixabay

BY CHRIS NORTH

ASSESSMENT – PORTFOLIO Part 1 Voiceovers – DUE THIS WEEK

Check specific assessment task instructions in the Subject Guide.

Today:

  • Developing a framework for a voice break on air
  • Revision Develop techniques for ad libbing around material
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Week 5 (10/3): Ad libbing

Know your genre, read news from more than one source, and have an opinion. Image by No-longer-here from Pixabay

BY CHRIS NORTH

ASSESSMENT – PORTFOLIO Part 1 Voiceovers – DUE TWO WEEKS

Check specific assessment task instructions in the Subject Guide.

Today

  • Mark up a script and record a script 
  • Develop techniques for ad libbing around material
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