Week 7 (16/9): Starting on our video story

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BY CAZ ADAMS

To complete this part of the assessment, you will be required to submit a portfolio of evidence of practical activities, demonstrating your skills as related to the unit of competency.

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Week 4 (Newsroom 24/8): Finding ideas

black and white illustration of a light bulb, symbolising ideas
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BY RUTH BERAN and VERITY CHAMBERS

First, let’s look at the clues from the Google News Initiative Training Network Verification Challenge.

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Week 3 (21/8): Effective collaboration techniques

trapeze artists - lilthograph from 1890
Trapeze artists in circus, lithograph by Calvert Litho. Co., 1890. Edited digital image from the Library of Congress, reproduction number: LC-USZC4-2091.

BY NICK BENNETT

Listen actively, encourage, research, brain-storm, be inquisitive, no such thing as a silly question, if you don’t know, ask!

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Week 2 (14/8): Audience: who are they, what do they do, where do they listen?

BY NICK BENNETT

Read:

First, read what commercialradio.com.au has to say about Australian radio audiences.

A brief history of radio:

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Week 1: How to Research

Good ideas make great audio. Photo: Jonathan Powell/CC/Flickr

BY CAZ ADAMS

Welcome to Audio and Video Stories 😃

This semester you’ll complete an assessment with two parts:

Part 1: You will research, write, record, and edit an audio feature or podcast
Part 2: You will research, write, video, and edit a video story

For both there are certain criteria you will have to include in order to achieve a satisfactory result.

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