Outline broadcast and non-broadcast audio products and their formats (PASS)<br />Describe broadcast and non-broadcast audio products and their formats with some detail and with reference to appropriate illustrative examples (MERIT)<br />Challenge Objective<br />Evaluate broadcast and non-broadcast audio products and their formats with reference to precise and detailed illustrative examples (DISTINCTION<br />Literacy Focus<br />Objectives<br />
Write an essay which describes and explains (with <br />examples) broadcast and non-broadcast audio products <br />and their formats.<br />You can use the presentations and hand out’s produced <br />by both classes last week and any of your own research <br />that you want to carry out.<br />So, what do I actually have to do?<br />
What should I include?<br /><ul><li> Terrestrial radio
In order to achieve a PASS simply describe the products and their formats.<br />In order to achieve a MERIT explain them and give examples<br />In order to achieve a DISTINCTION explain them, give examples AND evaluate their advantages and disadvantages.<br />How can I make sure I achieve my target grade? <br />
In this essay I will be discussing all forms of radio. The <br />essay will be split into categories in which I will outline <br />and explain broadcast radio, non-broadcast radio and their<br />audio formats and then evaluate their advantages and <br />disadvantages.<br />Example Introduction<br /><ul><li> Clear opening – no waffle, explains exactly what the essay will do
Key words from the mark scheme have been used; outline, explain, evaluate, audio formats</li></li></ul><li>There are two technical categories of radio; broadcast <br />and non-broadcast. Broadcast radio consists of <br />terrestrial, community and digital radio whilst non-<br />broadcast consists of podcasts, internet and in-store <br />radio. In the following sections I will outline and explain <br />each form of radio. I will then discuss their advantages <br />and disadvantages both technically and for the audience.<br />Terrestrial Radio<br />Terrestrial radio is radio that is emitted through radio waves <br />and is broadcast on traditional radio frequencies such as AM <br />and FM. In order to broadcast, terrestrial radio stations require An example of a terrestrial radio station in the UK is <br />Radio One.<br />Example Paragraph<br />
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