This book is written for students enrolled on media production courses in further and higher education which include modules in radio broadcasting. It is particularly well suited to students in the United Kingdom who are taking BTEC Nationals and Higher Nationals, or OCR Nationals, or similar post-school vocational media programmes.That said, this book contains much that radio trainers and trainees outside the context of mainstream education, and even of the UK, will also find helpful. The rules and conventions may vary, but the skills required to do the job are much the same everywhere. The emphasis is upon the practical issues that arise when you, the student, are experiencing for the first time the challenge of working as a member of a team to launch and run a broadcast or internet radio station, and you are being assessed on how well you do.This book is written for students enrolled on media production courses in further and higher education which include modules in radio broadcasting.
|Title||:||The Media Student's Guide to Radio Production|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2013-02-01|