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- 57 - 18. THE BULLETIN The anchor and the whole team are liable for the bulletin. It is made out of headlines, anchor intros, reports and copies. It’s a melody. It last between 10 and 15 minutes, or more, depending on the radio station. Usually, there are a few bulletins in the morning, a long one at noon and a long one in the evening. As with everything in radio, it must be prepared, written, and is read out loud as many times as necessary before the anchor reads it on air. BEFORE YOU WRITE : READ, LISTEN AND THINK ABOUT RHYTHM. After the editorial meeting, every minute counts for the anchor. His cardinal imperative is being on time for the newscast. This necessity oftentimes leads anchors to succumb to an unfortunate reflex: writing prematurely
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