Journalism in the traditional sense refers to written media such as newspapers. But in today’s world there are so many mediums to use including audio journalism. “radio” has been reinvented as a powerful, nimble and increasingly indispensable medium. Audio platforms are evolving, but the immediacy and intimacy of storytelling with sound make digital audio a dynamic vehicle for the best in journalism. Audio is written more simply and conversationally, while journalism written for paper is much more expansive in how it is written. The best part of audio journalism is that audio is flexible enough to work in all settings. If you hear noises in the background of your interview, it could portray an aura or vibe. The background can sometimes be a selling point for audio journalism. You’re able to “see” with your ears.
Interviews are crucial when looking to fully grasp an understanding of a person or topic. By conducting an interview, you are able to take an in depth look into whatever it is the interview is about. With the right questions, new doors can be opened and new information brought to light.
It is important to avoid yes or no questions as they are short and simple and bring no real importance to the interview. Also, opened-ended questions lead to boring and short answers, so they too should be avoided. The questions that need to be asked are the “why” questions, which is the reason someone would want to be reading/listening to the interview in the first place. Failing to be able to conduct a good interview, can lead to a rough career as a journalist. Or maybe even no career at all.
Journalism in the traditional sense refers to written media such as newspapers. But in today’s world there are so many mediums to use including audio journalism. Audio journalism requires scripts but is written much more like casual conversation and has more room for adding your own lines as you’re talking. The typical writing for journalism is written much more formal and has less room for putting in lines as you go.
With the progression of media, audio journalism is fast and progressing into the new era What was once called “radio” has been reinvented as a powerful, nimble and increasingly indispensable medium. Audio platforms are evolving, but the immediacy and intimacy of storytelling with sound make digital audio a dynamic vehicle for the best in journalism – locally, nationally and internationally. Although print journalism and broadcast journalism share much in common, both disseminate information to the public and engage in investigation, they differ in significant ways. A broadcast news story must aid the anchor in reading the story. Printing always results in invested writing.
In this reading, we discussed the key to effective interviewing and by deciding upon the essential functions of the position, you will be able to determine the job’s specific requirements from an interview you want to ensure that in an interview you will gain information about the essential requirements. Categorize your requirements according to critical and desirable Interviews are arguably the most subjective part of any selection system. When doing an interview, you must have a reliable source and a backup source. Quotes are also a big part of doing an interview because without the quotes it won’t make the story feel so believable
In this chapter we learned about the integration of micro-blogging. Micro-blogging can substitute communication by e-mail or instant-messenger putting it on the micro-blogging platform which is an easy to use tool with broad distribution. However, micro-blogging is not regarded as suitable for every business or every department. It very much depends on the corporate culture: communicative corporate cultures such as in IT would profit. Conservative cultures such as in banking would have problems with integrating this communication channel into their culture. The same applies to the enhancement of productivity. In some cases, it will lead to it, in others, micro-blogging only distracts. The communication channel exists, and employees and clients expect management to address the right usage of it. Not just addressing and implementing the tool is necessary for making.
Audio Journalism sounds like an oxymoron when you don’t know what it means. Journalism is a written media like for newspapers and journals, right? Well, nowadays it seems that journalism can be over any medium, wether it be audio, visual, or even over social media. Writing purely for audio is much more different than writing for a newspaper. Audio is written more simply and conversationally, while journalism written for paper is much more expansive in how it is written.