Week 9: Basic radio formatics

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BY DEB BAUER

Today we will focus on planning and making any pre-recorded content for the next TAFE Radio show or your podcast.

Content suggestions:

  • Focus topics
  • Pre-recorded segments
  • Interviews
  • Guests
  • Opinion/editorial
  • Roundtable: experiences, tips, debate, quizzes, stories, Q&A etc
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Week 8: Basic radio formatics

Photo by Magda Ehlers on Pexels.com

BY DEB BAUER

Today we will focus on planning and making any pre-recorded content for the next TAFE Radio show or your podcast.

Content suggestions:

  • Focus topics
  • Pre-recorded segments
  • Interviews
  • Guests
  • Opinion/editorial
  • Roundtable: experiences, tips, debate, quizzes, stories, Q&A etc
Continue reading “Week 8: Basic radio formatics”

Week 8 Newsroom: Social media, multimedia, and journalism

logos: youtube, twitter, facebook, instagram
Social media has become an important tool for reporters. Picture: BrickinNick/CC/flickr

BY RUTH BERAN

First another news quiz.

WATCH: Careers at Nine https://www.nineforbrands.com.au/about/careers/

How many different forms of media did you see in this video?

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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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