LOCAL RADIO JOURNALISMby Paul Chantler, Sim Harris
Local Radio Journalism concentrates
If you are looking for the skills to gain success in local radio journalism, this practical guide will show you how. Now completely updated to include all the latest advances in technology and changes of thinking in interviewing and programming, this continues to be the ideal starter text for beginners to radio journalism.
Local Radio Journalism concentrates on showing how to go about the different aspects of local radio journalism - from how to build and establish a small newsroom on a budget, planning and developing news stories and preparing news bulletins and ensuring their accuracy. It explains what studio equipment and interviewing techniques to use, giving guidance on running the newsdesk, how to cope in a crisis, and how to keep on the right side of the law.
An ideal starter text for journalism students
Techniques are explained clearly and succinctly
Covers the latest technology and techniques
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