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Thurner Audio Exercise 09/08/10 2:03 RT (Reporter Track) (time : 3) You must grab audience attention with your lead. NAT POP (FROM THE SCENE : 4) RT (: 17) Sometimes using natural sound from one of your locations can accomplish this goal. Keep your RT tight and short and devote as much time as possible to your voices. We often start our stories with personalization. To incorporate soundbites you need to indicate the following in your copy. SOT (: 17) Emilie Mckenzie Student Here you include the verbatim text of their soundbite. Use single space so that it is obvious that this is sound on tape and not something being read by the reporter or anchor. Since this is an audio report you will need to introduce the upcoming SOT in your lead in. RT (: 16) Remember to use the techniques discussed in class to write out of the soundbite so the story flows seamlessly between the elements. You will then write into the next soundbite. This person may provide another viewpoint, perhaps the credible expert. SOT (: 15)
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2010 for the course SOC 308 taught by Professor Kurtz during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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