Radio Programs Preparation and Presentation CourseMedia Skills courses

London 447748714774 Code course: 154

Course Description

Radio Programs Preparation and Presentation Course 
Radio continues to occupy an important place in the era of globalization in which the Internet has taken over, with the Internet becoming another additional means of radio broadcasting, which has renewed the importance of this fundamental means of mass communication.

Many societies still prefer listening to the radio, and a wide audience is looking for radio programs that attract them and offer them useful and new information. But what are those programs? And how to prepare and present important radio programs.

The General Objectives of the Radio Programs Preparation and Presentation Course

This course allows those wishing to enter the world of radio, to establish themselves and build intellectual and artistic backgrounds, delve into this creative battle, prove themselves, and present what is distinctive and new in this field. The course includes the following objectives:
• Understanding the basic elements that make up the radio program.
• Identify and compare traditional and modern methods of preparation for radio programs.
• basic information that must be possessed by the producer and presenter of radio programs.
• Identify the skills needed to work within the radio teams.
• Determine the procedure for implementing radio programs.

Topics of the Radio Programs Preparation and Presentation Course

1-Identify the characteristics and conditions of writing for radio.
2-The difference between writing for the ear and writing for the eye.
3-The structure and focus of the radio news story
4- Writing radio scripts, headlines, introductions, and news stories
5-Identify the importance of sound in the radio work, its features, characteristics, and ways of receiving it by listeners.
6-Control and adjust the sound and adjust the accompanying music.
Communication between the broadcaster, the sound engineer, guests, and participants.
8-radio controlling, preparation and implementation.
9-Installation and implementation of the program
10- Entering the studio, implementing programs from within, and dealing with tools in the studio
11-Behaviors to be followed during the program

Activities and Training Methods

• Training lecture
• Field experiments
• Panel Discussions


  • Airport-to-hotel transfer.
  • Coffee breaks.
  • Study materials.
  • Farewell open buffet.
  • London tours, Buses & boats.
  • Hotel-to-airport transfer.

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