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:
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:
- Discuss how this morning’s 11am show is shaping up
- Brainstorm ideas for next week’s Music Legends show
Checklist to include run-down, segments, interviews, talk breaks, hosts, songs, sweepers, etc.
BY MARK GATELY
So far you’ve written a news story and a TV news story. Now it’s time to go for the third style of news writing – a radio story.
You will employ the same brevity as a TV news story but this time the emphasis will be on the ear rather than the eye.
Continue reading “Week 6 (17/3): Writing radio news”
Australians are among the world’s most enthusiastic makers, streamers, and downloaders of audio content, according to this feature in the SMH.
The best audio stories are scripted, and if they contain an interview the questions are researched and written out beforehand.
Continue reading “Week 6 (17/3): Podcasts & audio stories”
BY CAZ ADAMS
Recap Week 3
Last week you formatted a script, added SFX and music and wrote questions.
Now it’s time to record yourPodcast or Audio Feature.
Continue reading “Week 4 (3/3): Performing a voice-over”