COM 405: ADVANCED RADIO PRODUCTION - Course Outline - Snazzy.com.ng https://nairapp.com/index.php?rp=6751

Snazzy.com.ng

Welcome to the home of latest News, Accurate, Balance, Objective Coverage And Reportage, we cover these Areas: ICTs, Education, Info-tainment, Agriculture, Business, Culture, Crime, Events, Sport, Internet and much more .

Post Top Ad

COM 405: ADVANCED RADIO PRODUCTION - Course Outline

Share This
DEPARTMENT OF MASS COMMUNICATION
BENUE STATE UNIVERSITY
COURSE OUTLINE FOR COM 405:ADVANCED RADIO PRODUCTION
COURSE LECTURERS: DR. OGBU, BENJAMIN EJUWA & PATIENCE ACHAKPA-IKYO

COURSE DESCRIPTION

          This course is design to teach the mechanism involved in radio programme production. The goal is to afford students the opportunity to demonstrate the radio production skills they learnt in previous classes. The emphasis is on practical projects which are expected to be of professional standards.
          The course will concentrate on expanding programme writing experience, strengthening and refining broadcast communication skills, raising the level of professional performance and generally engendering greater confidence in communication. In this wise, the instructors supervision will be minimal to allow students work independently, simulating the professional situations they will find themselves when they graduate.

OUTLINE
(a)    General principles and theories: (a) Philosophy of broadcasting (b) The Broadcast Communication Chain (BCC)  (c) Broadcasting and Development

1.      Basic elements of radio production: (a) Human Voice (b) Music (c) SFX (d) The console (e) Tape recording and playback units  (f)Microphone

2.      Modern Radio Studio
3.      The Radio Producer
4.      Legal and Ethical production concerns
5.      Radio Programme Production (Practical)
6.      Radio Script Writing
7.      Remote or Outside Broadcasting (OB)
8.      Recorded versus Live On-air Production
9.      Preparing a Running Order and Programme Schedule
10.  Radio and the Web
(a)    Computer application in Radio Production: (a) Computer Basics (b) Computer Generated Effects (c) Computer Assisted Editing (d) Computer Application in On-Air Production (e) Computer in Programming Functions.

11.  Conference Play Back of Group Practical Projects
12.  General Review.

*Assessment:       Production project                   =       20 marks
                   Take Home Tests           =       10 marks
                   Class Attendance           =       10 marks
                   End of semester Examination  =       60 marks

Recommended Texts
·         David M. H and Robert E. R (1997) Modern Recording Techniques (fifth edition). New York: Focal Press
·         Ugande G. B. (2006) Braodcast Programme Writing and Production. Makurdi: AsaGod
·         Carl H., Philip B. and Lewis B. O. (2000) Modern Radio Production: Production, Programming, and Performance (fifth edition). United States: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning.
·         Idebi, S. K. (2008) Fundamentals of Radio Production. Ibadan: Impact Motion Pictures & Media Koncept


Note: Students are encouraged to read widely and consult other books as well as on-line resources beyond the scope of the above recommended texts.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Feel free to say your view, this site is a free market place of ideas.

Post Bottom Ad