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Home > Resources for Trainers > MMTK > Producing Content for Radio

Producing Content for Radio

Six units are currently available in this module:


Scripting

Developed by: AMARC

Unit overview: A general introduction to writing for radio.

Duration: Half to three-quarter day session, depending on exercises.

Target audience: Beginner or inexperience community radio practitioners.

Prerequisite skills: Some experience doing radio – as a host, reporter, producer or technician.

Download the complete "Scripting" unit as a zip file

Download individual components: (MS Word)


Interviewing

Developed by: AMARC

Unit overview: Participants will learn how to choose a source/interviewee and prepare an interview. Many tips on mastering the interview process itself are given.

Duration: Half to three-quarter day session, depending on exercises.

Target audience: New and experienced community radio practitioners; journalists practising without formal training.

Prerequisite skills: Participants should have completed the radio scripting unit or be familiar with radio scripting techniques.

Download the complete "Interviewing" unit as a zip file

Download individual components: (MS Word)


Presentation

Developed by: AMARC

Unit overview: This unit will show participants how to use their voice for radio presentation and how to prepare a cue sheet for live presentation.

Duration: Half day.

Target audience: New and experienced community radio practitioners; journalists practising without formal training. 

Prerequisite skills: None.

Download the complete "Presentation" unit as a zip file

Download individual components: (MS Word)


Editing

Developed by: AMARC

Unit overview: This unit will show participants basic techniques for preparing and assembling a radio program. Emphasis will be on preparing elements, editing them and preparing a cue sheet.

Duration: Half to three-quarter day session, depending on exercises.

Target audience: New and experienced community radio practitioners; journalists practising without formal training. 

Prerequisite skills: Trainees should have completed the radio scripting unit or be familiar with radio scripting techniques.

Download the complete "Editing" unit as a zip file

Download individual components: (MS Word)


Radio formats

Developed by: AMARC

Unit overview: A general introduction to radio formats used in community radio.

Duration: 3-4 hours.

Target audience: Journalists, radio presenters, radio producers, radio managers.

Prerequisite skills: -

Download the complete "Editing" unit as a zip file

Download individual components: (MS Word)


Audience participation

Developed by: AMARC

Unit overview: Introduction to audience participation in community radio.

Duration: 3-4 hours.

Target audience: Community radio managers and practitioners working in the programming and marketing departments.

Prerequisite skills: A general understanding of community radio principles, community stakeholders, radio programming.

Download the complete "Audience participation" unit as a zip file

Download individual components: (MS Word / PowerPoint)


Content for exchange

Developed by: OneWorld Radio

Unit overview: Introduction to the principles, benefits and challenges of content exchange.

Duration: 2-3 hours

Target audience: This unit is primarily aimed at people working in (community) media or NGOs. However, it can be useful to anyone who wants to exchange content.

Prerequisite skills: -

Download the complete "Content for exchange" unit as a zip file

Download individual components: (MS Word / PowerPoint)

Use the general MMTK glossary with this unit.

Copyright information

All MMTK materials are released under a Creative Commons license which allows their free use and distribution for non-commercial use. However, the exact provisions of the license vary from module to module - while most modules permit modification of the materials, a few do not. The copyright statement included with each module sets out the specific provisions which apply to that module.

 

 
 
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