Week 14 (29/05): Producing radio

Photo Airman Laura Beckley / Incirlik

BY NICK BENNETT

Hi! 

A gentle reminder that your final portfolio: 8 voice breaks, 8 scripts, all associated research, 3 program run-sheets and a 200-word reflection is due today.

There’s only 2 more classes to go before semester end on Friday 19/06 (feedback opportunity) so please submit no later than Friday 12/06.  

All the info here.

Continue reading “Week 14 (29/05): Producing radio”

Week 11 (08/05): Preparing for Reconciliation Week

Image from Reconciliation Australia

BY NICK BENNETT

Reconciliation week: May 27-June 2

Read more here.

OFF CAMPUS/ON AIR stream: Friday, May 29, 11am.

Let’s consider the importance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture.

Continue reading “Week 11 (08/05): Preparing for Reconciliation Week”

Week 7 (27/3): On Air and News Conference

Radio Caroline – Britain’s most famous pirate radio station. Photo: Beverley Goodwin/CC/flickr.com

BY NICK BENNETT

Pirate Radio: The Fredericia was renamed MV Caroline and anchored off Felixstowe, Suffolk, where it began test transmissions on Friday, 27 March 1964.

At exactly noon on Saturday, 28 March, it began regular broadcasting on 197.3 metres/1520 kHz (announced as 199 metres) with the opening conducted by Simon Dee.

Continue reading “Week 7 (27/3): On Air and News Conference”