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voicers and wraps ppt - Sound and Radio reports Class 9 1...

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1 Sound and Radio reports Class 9
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2 “Tape” from the field Actuality / sound bite Natural sound Reporter’s narration Voicer Wrap
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3 Natural sound Always record and use natural sound It sets the scene Adds legitimacy
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4 Voicer Often not more than 30 seconds Voice can be recorded on location Voice may be recorded in the studio
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5 Voicer format Anchor Lead-in Introduces the story Identifies the reporter Often short Voicer: Lead Explanation Conclusion Sign off
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6 What makes a voicer different from a reader? Important event Presents explanation and analysis Colorful event
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7 ROSR R adio O n the S cene R eport Descriptive account of the event (as it is taking place ) designed to provide listeners with the feel of the event Sounds, sight, smell Personal account. Use of the first person
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8 Why ROSRs? You take the listener to the scene as the news
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