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Radio Broadcasting

Radio Broadcasting and Production Intro

Grades 10-12 (one semester)

This class introduces you to the fundamentals of radio broadcasting and digital audio production. Activities include learning how to operate broadcast-quality equipment, producing public service announcements and station promos, news casting, interviewing, and multi-track audio production for the purpose of radio broadcasting. The ability to read aloud comfortable and confidently is required. Students will be exposed to voice and diction practice and basic oral reading techniques, as they produce sound tracks in practice studios.

Class Syllabus

Radio Broadcasting & Production 1-2
Grades 11-12
Prerequisite: To be eligible for this course, you must satisfactorily complete both Intro to Radio and Intro to TV Prod. Teacher recommendation required.
Acceptance process: Evaluation of behavior and grades. Students enrolled in this course are required to participate in after school events and/or activity coverage.

Radio Broadcasting & Production takes you inside all aspects of radio broadcasting and digital audio production. The students will acquire skills while hosting shows on 91.1 WEDM and producing other creative audio projects while working with current software used in radio and audio production. Students will also be given opportunities to create music mixes and be involved in radio sports casting and news casting. All studios have broadcast-quality equipment. You will be given the opportunity to call play-by-play for varsity football and varsity basketball games. You are required to host before and/or after school air shifts.

Class Syllabus

Radio Broadcasting & Production 3-4

Grades 11-12
Prerequisite: Teacher recommendation required. Students enrolled in this course are required to participate in after school events and/or activity coverage.

Radio Broadcasting & Production takes you inside all aspects of radio broadcasting and digital audio production. The student will acquire skills while hosting shows on 91.1 WEDM and producing other creative audio projects while working with current software used in radio and audio production. Students will also be given opportunities to create music mixes and be involved in radio sports casting and news casting. All studios have broadcast-quality equipment. You will be given the opportunity to call play-by-play for varsity football and varsity basketball games. You are required to host before and/or after school air shifts.

Class Syllabus

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