Radio & Journalism

Radio & Journalism 

Radio is an exciting and growing medium for journalism. It remains one of the fastest ways to break news, and gives you a relationship with your audience that few other mediums can offer.

Delivered over 2 hours a days for 6 weeks, this course will introduce you to the process of telling a story with sound. It covers different aspects of radio journalism from on-ground reports and dispatches to writing for radio, obtaining sound-bites and producing bulletins – the wide-ranging introductory nature of the course makes it perfect for those with little or of no experience in radio. 

Topics Covered

• Using sound: an introduction 

• Writing for radio 

• Bulletins 

• Vox pops and interviewing 

• Reports and dispatches      

• Radio studio recording

Course Outcomes

By the end of this course you should be able to:

• Understand radio as a media

• Confidently write for broadcast

• Record a short news bulletin

Who Should Attend

Anyone with little or of no experience of radio.

Level- Beginner.

If you are interested in doing this course please click here and fill in the form provided.