problem 1: Describe the criteria that the editor of a radio program would adopt to choose the order of items on an early evening news bulletin.
problem 2: When things go wrong, it is significant that a newsreader makes a swift recovery. What advice would you give to a TV newsreader on recovering from a mistake ‘on air’?
problem 3: Describe the qualities that you would look for in a TV newsreader.
problem 4: Describe the following terms, giving illustrations to support your answer:
a) Unethical editing
b) Camera bias
problem 5: Describe how cutting, filling and backtiming can help an editor in getting a radio program to run to time.
problem 6: Describe the main kinds of interview generally used in broadcast journalism.
problem 7: Describe the main kinds of camera shot in everyday use.
problem 8: Whether a news story is local, national or international it will generally fit into one of a number of categories.
prepare down the main categories of news?