Radio Podcasting . By Lauren Adkin . Codes and conventions why ?. The media just like any industry has codes and conventions that people follow in the following presentation I am going to show you the codes and conventions to take into account when producing a factual radio podcast. .
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By Lauren Adkin
The media just like any industry has codes and conventions that people follow in the following presentation I am going to show you the codes and conventions to take into account when producing a factual radio podcast.
is one of the codes and conventions I have to take into account when producing my radio podcast, I need to ensure that I keep my own opinions out of the product and concentrate on the accuracy needed and that it is 100% factual and not biased and of my own opinion. For example it would been seen as my opinion if I said “ I believe that he wasn't insane” this is my own opinion and not factual based this could bias the listener when they come to form their own opinion.
When producing any form of media material it is vital that your product isn’ t biased , anything bias is generally is a one sided and therefore lacks a neutral point of view. For example in my podcast if I said “ he is a complete maniac and their was no reason behind the attacks” this is biased towards Sutcliffe as I am not presenting all the facts and using a balanced argument.