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Audio for the masses   650 Audio for the masses 650 Presentation Transcript

  • Audio JournalismMore accessible than ever
  • Why “audio” and not“radio”?
  • Mobile audioReporting Tools:Audio BooSound CloudExamples:Simple clip or soundbiteInvite participation
  • Audio Boo Twitter for audio
  • Soundcloud Apps
  • What’s to like? Presence  Sound as a reporting element Emotion Storytelling
  • Good audio stuff* 1. DEBATE ( conflict) 2. BANTER 3. INTERVIEWS 4. MONOLOGUE*(These recommendations from Journalism professor Paul Bradshaw)
  • Radio Diaries Write script Enunciate Use natural sound Example 1 (what works? What’s missing or could improve this?)
  • Other radio Interview reporter for summary or behind scenes Roundtable sources Call-in Slideshows  News  &more & more  Software: Soundslides & Final Cut
  • Audio basics Know your equipment Use a mic Pay attention to location sounds (some you want – see below- and some avoid) Collect Natural sounds/ambient Shut up! Learn to frame questions Ask them to repeat
  • Editing Garage Band Audacity
  • Ethical Audio
  • Tommy Tomlinson: What asong tells us aboutjournalism Concrete detail. Dialog. Suspense. Imagery. Meaning. (“Every narrative has a plot. Great narratives reach higher to make a point. The best let you in to work out their meaning for yourself.”)