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 7 Writing (22/3): Story writing, fact checking, editing

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Photo: “The Detective” by paurian is licensed under CC BY 2.0

BY RUTH BERAN

First another quick news quiz

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Week 6 (Writing 15/3): Interviewing Part 2

old school dictaphone used for recording interviews on tape
An old school dictaphone, journalists used these for print interviews! “Interview” by smiling_da_vinci is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0

BY RUTH BERAN

First a quick news quiz.

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Week 2 (17/2): Writing and formatting an audio story or podcast

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Three little kittens: L-R Setup, Conflict, and Resolution. Photo: pxfuel.com/CC

BY CAZ ADAMS

Recap Week #1

Last week you completed a simple task to find an idea that might be suitable for your Audio Story or Podcast. You then made a list of different things relating to that idea.

So now it’s time to start writing up your story. 

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Week 11 (26/10): Preparing your story

“Henry David Thoreau quote – Library Way – NY City” by Kathleen Tyler Conklin is licensed under CC BY 2.0

BY RUTH BERAN

Now that you have an idea for your human-interest story or short feature, the next step is to start researching and planning.

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