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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Week 3 (24/2): Formatting a script

young women with mics making an audio story or podcast
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BY CAZ ADAMS

Recap Week #2

Last week you wrote a short audio story about Sydney using 3 Act Structure.

It was then time to use 3 Act Structure to write up your idea for an Audio story/podcast.

Soon you’ll be recording your story/podcast, so it’s time to format it in an easy-to-read and clear manner.

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Week 3 (22/2): Radio surveys, formatics, and technique

young girl wearing headphones and listening to music
How do you keep listeners enraptured? Photo: Andrea Piacquadio/CC/pexels.com

BY NICK BENNETT

AM: Producing Programs

Who listens to radio anyway?

By now, you’re getting the drift that we care a lot about the audience.

No audience = no station = sounds of silence. Yes, a lovely Simon & Garfunkel song but it’s not going to help sustain a career in media.

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Week 2 (19/2): Audience: who are they, what do they do, where do they listen?

BY NICK BENNETT

Read:

Familiarise yourself: Get to know the workings of Commercial Radio Australia’s site; it’s a useful resource

A brief history of radio:

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