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

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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

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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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Week 4 (3/3): Performing a voice-over

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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.

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