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Supplying perception into the impression media convergence has had at the radio undefined, this new version offers an exceptional creation to the trendy radio creation studio, the gear present in that studio, and the fundamental ideas had to accomplish radio creation paintings. New chapters addressing the fundamentals of box recording, construction making plans, and sound for video are incorporated, in addition to a renewed emphasis on not only radio creation, yet audio construction. that includes a worktext layout adapted for either scholars and academics, self-study questions, hands-on tasks, and a CD with undertaking fabric, quizzes, and demonstrations of key options, this ebook deals a superior origin for somebody who needs to understand extra approximately radio/audio gear and creation thoughts. * formerly titled Radio creation Worktext, this re-creation positive factors unique emphasis at the influence of media convergence, stressing the subject matter that audio content material is now applied on a number of structures, whereas nonetheless supplying an intensive advent to the fashionable radio creation studio, gear, and methods to complete radio creation paintings * handy, hands-on worktext layout presents a whole source for studying and educating * significant other CD-ROM presents undertaking fabric, quizzes, and demonstrations of key audio innovations and ideas
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If you answered C to any of the questions: 1c. This answer is correct, but there is a better answer. ) 2c. No. Everyone should obey copyright laws. ) 3c. No. You need to be able to operate and troubleshoot equipment if you are involved with audio production. ) 4c. Wrong. Sound bites can capture attention, but they aren’t individual sounds. ) 5c. No. A template is part of a script, but not a script. ) 17 6c. 7c. 8c. 9c. Wrong. Two-column scripts don’t just deal with drama. ) No. You are not on the right track.
A) b) c) d) audio road map audio linking audio processor audio chain 13. What do we call the uneven sound that is produced when sound waves are reflected between parallel walls in such a manner that a wave reflected in one direction is combined with an identical wave going in the opposite direction? a) b) c) d) a diffused wave a standing wave an absorbed wave a sympathetic wave 14. When a “recording” light is on outside a production studio, it means a microphone is “live” in that studio. a) true b) false 15.
For example, if a man holding hostages calls a radio station and threatens to kill the hostages if he is not given immediate broadcast time to air his demands, what should you (as the person SELECTED PROVISIONS FROM THE RADIO-TELEVISION NEWS DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION CODE OF ETHICS AND PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT Professional electronic journalists should not: • Manipulate images or sounds in any way that is misleading. • Present images or sounds that are reenacted without informing the public. • Pay news sources who have a vested interest in a story.