Week 7 (24/03): Interviewing questions and structure

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INTERVIEWING BASICS 

Interviewing techniques are really important because they help you get the best out of the subject you are talking to. And they give the audience something interesting to listen to!!

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Week 6 (16/3): Workflow, scripting, and content

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BY CHRIS NORTH

  • This week: WHS assessment allocation
  • Workflow – from idea stage to research and planning, through recording to production, editing and posting/broadcast
  • Scripting: narration, intros and outros
  • Content – How to find an expert
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Week 5 (10/3): Writing for television news

Al Jazeera English newsroom. Photo: Paul Keller/CC/flickr

BY MARK GATELY

Class discussion: How do you interact with TV news?

Elements used in TV news:

  • A script written by the reporter
  • On-location footage featuring the reporter and interviewees
  • Video footage supplied by a cameraman
  • Archival footage
  • Still images and graphic images (tables/charts/cartoons etc)
  • A news anchor/presenter
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Week 5 (10/3): Ad libbing

Know your genre, read news from more than one source, and have an opinion. Image by No-longer-here from Pixabay

BY CHRIS NORTH

ASSESSMENT – PORTFOLIO Part 1 Voiceovers – DUE TWO WEEKS

Check specific assessment task instructions in the Subject Guide.

Today

  • Mark up a script and record a script 
  • Develop techniques for ad libbing around material
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