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Radio is a great medium to work in. Radio is a great way to listen to music, and radio is a great friend on a long journey or just at home.
At one time radio was the only way to hear the latest pop songs, and albums and to keep up to date with the top selling singles in the charts.
Before music television (MTV began in America on August 1st 1981) young people listened to the radio, and bought singles after they had heard them on the radio.
Radio has developed in...[ read full article ] »
- Radio seeks to entertain, educate, inform, persuade & generate income
- Digital developments mean that most Radio stations can, or will be received through our Computers or Television – important development for old ‘ILR’ stations
- Auditory codes = words, music & sound effects
- Radio relies on listeners understanding of other Media Codes e.g. Television, Newspapers, Advertising (remember Radio came first before TV)
- Encodes Auditory signifiers to create meaning
- Role of...
Community Radio Stations or RSL radio – Restricted Service Licence Radio Stations exist in most communities.
They are excellent places to make contact with as they can present opportunities for students in terms of observing and participating in radio production.
Try local hospitals too as they often have internal radio stations.
Setting up an RSL is possible and is covered in Ofcom’s website and Ofcom’s Guide to Community Radio is a useful starting point. It’s more a...[ read full article ] »
Radio research is about people. It is either looking for Information about people or it is about Getting Hold Of people.
1. Background | People in the News or Celebrities
Try newspapers on the internet:
The Financial Times
The Morning Star
2. Online News
BBC News (UK)
ABC News (US)
Guardian | Cricket
BBC News | Sport
Sky Sports | Football
4. UK Government...[ read full article ] »
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Categories: KS3, Year 8, Other Topics, Production Zone, Audio Production, Radio, Intro to Radio, Radio Podcasts, More on Radio, Understanding Media, Understanding Key Topics, Podcasts, Podcasts for Students, Podcasts for Teachers
In Term 3 of Year 8, we introduce the students to Radio & Podcasting using Garage Band. The students are required to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding by creating their own radio programme and podcast. This unit is intended to develop the students technical skills with Garage Band.
Every sixth lesson the students sit a formal assessment and are awarded a National Curriculum level using our tailor-made assessment structure.
The skills are introduced by class...[ read full article ] »