alexa BROADCAST JOURNALISM: RADIO

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BROADCAST JOURNALISM: RADIO

Radio was the first medium for broadcast journalism. Many of the first radio stations were co-operative community radio ventures not making a profit. Later, radio advertising to pay for programs was pioneered in radio. Later still, television displaced radio and newspapers as the main news sources for most of the public in industrialized countries. Some of the programming on radio is locally produced; some is broadcast by a radio network, by syndication etc. The "talent" (professional voices) talk to the audience, including reading the news. People tune in to hear engaging radio personalities, music and information they want. In radio news, stories include speech soundbites, the recorded sounds of events themselves and the anchor or host. Some radio news might run for just four minutes, but contain a dozen to 15 stories.The concept takes into account when it comes to running time in construct a radio news bulletin for example, with a running time of only five minutes in news bulletin, there are not more than 12 to 15 stories selected in bulletin so that it would not send the audiences’ head into a spin (Fleming 2009).

 
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