Broadcast Announcer

$150.00

In this course, you will familiarize yourself with the environment and tasks required of a TV or radio announcer and broadcaster. This is usually a highly stressful environment and it is useful to be prepared to enter the fast- paced world of broadcasting media.
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Broadcasting courses are commonly found within journalism degree programs and may prepare graduates for various media careers. Common topics of study include broadcast writing, audio production and advertising.

The primary goals you will learn during this broadcasting course are:

Learn Basic reporting and writing
How TV news production works
Phonetics and Speaking to the Microphone.
Journalism ethics
Advertising
Learn Audio Production
Bibliography:

Geller, V. (2007). Creating Powerful Radio: Getting, Keeping and Growing Audiences News, Talk, Information & Personality Broadcast, Hd, Satellite & Internet. Focal Press.

Geller, V. (2011). Beyond Powerful Radio: A Communicator’s Guide to the Internet Age–News, Talk, Information & Personality for Broadcasting, Podcasting, Internet, Radio. Routledge.

Stephenson, A., Reese, D., & Beadle, M. (2013). Broadcast Announcing Worktext: A Media Performance Guide. Focal Press.

Stewart, P. (2010). Essential Radio Skills: How To Present A Radio Show. A&C Black.

Utterback, A. S. (2005). Broadcast Voice Handbook: How to Polish Your On-Air Delivery. Taylor Trade Publishing.

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