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Journalism Next: Chapter 7: Making Audio Journalism Visible. Cindy Royal, Ph.D Assistant Professor Texas State University School of Journalism and Mass Communication [email protected] www.cindyroyal.com www.onthatnote.com tech.cindyroyal.net twitter.com/cindyroyal

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Journalism Next:

Chapter 7: Making Audio Journalism Visible

Cindy Royal, Ph.D

Assistant Professor

Texas State University

School of Journalism and Mass Communication

[email protected]

www.cindyroyal.com

www.onthatnote.com

tech.cindyroyal.net

twitter.com/cindyroyal

facebook.com/cindyroyal


Audio Journalism

  • Audio not exclusively a radio format

  • Simple tools: microphone, recorder, free software

  • Mobile phone – publish a report from the scene

  • Listeners “see” with the mind

  • Intimate and personal relationship with listeners


Audio Journalism

  • Presence

  • Emotions

  • Atmosphere

  • Combine voice-over, natural sound and sound effects, including music

  • NPR set the standard


Audio Journalism

  • Reporter overviews

  • Podcasts

  • Audio slideshows

  • Breaking news


Recording Interviews

  • Choose your location

  • Record natural sound

  • Prepare your subject

  • Watch what you say

  • Try delayed recording

  • Mark the best spots


Doing Voice-overs

  • Write a script

  • Warm up

  • Find operative words

  • Keep it conversational


Gear

  • Digital audio recorder

  • Record on computer

  • Use external mic

  • Use headphones

  • Prep in advance


Editing Audio

  • Understand formats: AIFF, WAV, MP3, WMA

  • Audacity – free download

  • Garageband – free with Mac

  • Podcasting and iTunes


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