By the end of the course, the student should be able to:
* Produce programmes for presentation on radio
* Carry out interviews for radio communities
Part A: Theory
1.Definition of Radio
2.History of radio; roles of radio; characteristics of radio.
3.Writing for radio- basic principles of writing for radio; radio report
4.Radio Formats: News, drama, magazine programmes, discussions, talk shows, interviews
5.Radio Studio – equipment, rules
Part B: Practicals
1.Introduction to technical facilities in the transmission centre.
2.Familiarization with radio studio control room equipment
3.Development of requisite skills for radio operations
4.Transmissions exercises and production project
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