Week 8 Producing: 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: 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 6: 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: Who’s your audience, and how do you make them pay attention?

Who’s your audience? Photo: davidrbanta/deviantart

BY VERITY CHAMBERS

Know who you’re talking to

Although you might have the goal of reaching as many people as possible, your audience isn’t ‘everyone’. It’s a group of people with similar characteristics that you’d like to get your message to.

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