An editor will devote considerable attention to achieving programme balance. Analyse the techniques and approaches available to an editor to achieve this

An editor will devote considerable attention to achieving programme balance. Analyse the techniques and approaches available to an editor to achieve this

BROADCAST JOURNALISM

Instructions to candidates:

a) Time allowed: Three hours (plus an extra ten minutes’ reading time at the start – do not write anything during this time)

b) Answer any FIVE questions

c) All questions carry equal marks. Marks for each question are shown in [ ]

1. An editor will devote considerable attention to achieving programme balance. Analyse the techniques

And approaches available to an editor to achieve this.

[20]

2. A number of factors must be taken into account when using pictures in a TV programme. Explain the

 

Key issues that must be considered.

[20]

3.

Explain what a mini-wrap is. Support your answer with an example of your choice.

[20]

4. Review the skills, abilities, qualities and characteristics that a TV newscaster should be able to

 

Display.

[20]

5.

 Analyse the potential benefits and risks of a media station using stringers as a source of news.

[20]

6. Explain the techniques of cutting, filling and backtiming as methods available to an editor to enable a

programme to run to time. Illustrate your answer with examples.

[20]

7. Review the methods available to an editor to achieve the twin objectives of establishing the identity of

 

a radio programme and keeping an audience.

[20]

8.

Explain what staged events are and identify the main types of staged events.

[20]


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