From this week on, we will spend the Live Socials class making content for our platforms (and for your assessment portfolios).Continue reading “Week 5 onwards: Live Socials Workshops”
BY NICK BENNETT
Special guest, Brian NewingtonContinue reading “Week 3: Making digi content together … Let’s GO!”
BY RUTH BERAN and NATALIE POZDEEV
Now that you have looked at the Australian and worldwide audiences for different platforms, it’s time to look deeply at our audiences for TAFE Radio, the Off Campus website, and the Off Campus social accounts.Continue reading “Week 3: Analysing #teamTAFE’s channels”
BY RUTH BERAN
In a couple of weeks Live Socials will be collaborating with the Radio and Journalism students as they start publishing articles and broadcasting radio shows.
There are a few things we need to put in place before then.Continue reading “Week 2: Working together”
They can be written stories (breaking news updates – also known as briefs; interviews; profiles; reviews; lists; explainers; opinion pieces; even fiction).
They could also be simple audio stories (vox pops; interviews; radio segments; radio news bulletins).
The categories we’re inviting you to create content for are below.
Musician profiles, music events, concerts, reviews, gig guides, Spotify playlists.
Profiles of artists or creatives (other than musicians), reviews of stuff that’s not music (books, film, theatre, dance, etc.), tech and innovation news, nerd stuff, anything cultural that’s not music.
News, current events, Trump does silly things, climate change, environment, science news, business and finance, good news stories, politics.
Student profiles, travel, food, anything study-related, mental health, wellbeing, sexuality and gender, fiction/short stories.
If you’re confused about where the thing you want to make is going to fit, please ask! The more you make, the better you’ll get at content creation. And it helps with your assessments, too 🥰