Presentation Techniques for Broadcasting. Learning outcomes. You will be able to describe presentation roles in production and institutional background You will be able to describe presentation roles and techniques in relation to target audiences
Learning outcomes • You will be able to describe presentation roles in production and institutional background • You will be able to describe presentation roles and techniques in relation to target audiences • You will be able to describe presentation roles instudio and on location
Institutional backgrounds • What is an institution? • Are they all the same? What do you know about the BBC? Do you think this effects the types of presentations or techniques used? • A good examples is to compare and contrast the BBC news programme to channel 5 or sky, how are they different in terms of how they present the news. • You could even look at comparing and contrasting chat shows on Channel 4 and Channel 5.
Lets consider the target audiences • Who are the target audiences for these programs, how would they understand the presentation and their techniques.
Presentation roles on location and in the studio • Presenters often based in the studio especailly for news programs and will do links to outside or location based broadcast. Studio based presenters are often based on a sofa or behind a desk. Outside broadcast are usually standing but often only show a mid shot, accept for some when they are interacting with the audience. • Other programes such as Country File are based on location and have very different visual and verbal techniques. • Chat shows are often in the studio. • Makes a list of the genre and whether you think presenters should be in a studio on location or both?
Radio presentation on location or in a studio • Radio programmes are the same they are often in a studio, but sometimes they go out on location. However you can never see them unless you tune into their podcast. • How different are radio and TV presenters visual and verbal techniques on location or in a studio?