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sound bites and interviews 1 Announcement For those taking the News Placement test Head to Weimer 2081 to sign your name Sign up for your lab time required: At least a C in RTV 2100 and RTV 3007 Introduction to Telecommunication and 6 CR. of English
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Market size Radio (2009) Large radio market is New York with 15.7 million Small market Casper Wyoming 62.5 thousand newscast structure 2
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Actualities and interviewing Class 8
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sound bites and interviews 4 Question What is the essential tool for a radio field reporter? A sound recorder
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sound bites and interviews 5 “Tape” from the field Natural sound Interviews (Actuality / sound bite) Reporter’s own voice Voicer Wrap
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sound bites and interviews 6 Actuality/sound bite Portion of the interview that is played back in the story Actualities give a story life
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sound bites and interviews 7 Actuality types Hot tape: emotion Thoughtful tape: interpretation/opinion Explaining tape: facts/information Actualities that recite plain facts are boring
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