Week 9 Presenting (19/4): Reading the Room

Read the room … Three monkeys, Camperdown, Sydney. Photo: Neerav Bhatt/CC/flickr

BY NICK BENNETT

Reading the room:

https://www.iqoffices.com/reading-the-room/

  • Generating and reacting
  • Duos, panels and trios
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Week 9 Producing (19/4): Generating ideas

Ideas are precious. Photo illustration: pikrepo.com/CC

BY NICK BENNETT

Let’s take a look at:

  • Generating ideas for topics for program segments
  • How can we put a new angle on the topic?
  • Identifying opportunities for audio production elements
  • Think about being adaptive to the way that we make media
  • Sometimes, we have the luxury of a radio studio, other times, we create remotely or at home:

TASK

Discuss how our Assessment “Evergreen” radio pieces are progressing.

By now, you should have submitted 2 to 3 pieces Google Drive, FINAL ASSESSMENTS.

Let’s start with a combined Radio/Journalism editorial and content meeting:

  1. Discuss how this morning’s 11am show is shaping up
  2. Brainstorm ideas for next week’s Music Legends show

Checklist to include run-down, segments, interviews, talk breaks, hosts, songs, sweepers, etc.

Week 8 Producing (29/3): Radio shelf life

A live weather break is broadcast or streamed and disappears into the ether never to be heard again. (It’s just the weather!)

Classic radio is made that may end up in Australia’s National Archive.

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Week 7 (22/3): Show Day! Plus talk breaks & evergreen content redux

Photo by Andrea Piacquadio on Pexels.com

BY NICK BENNETT

AM: PRODUCING PROGRAMS

Re-cap on the units we’re studying:

  • CUAPPM404 Produce programs and program segments
  • BSBCRT501 Originate and develop concepts
  • CUAWRT403 Write narration and material for current affairs, features and documentaries
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