© 2013 – Routledge
376 pages | 140 B/W Illus.
The Broadcast Announcing Worktext provides you with the skills, techniques, and procedures necessary to enter this highly competitive field of broadcast performance. Factual information is presented in easy-to-digest modules and projects that encourage active participation. Each chapter concludes with a self-study section students can use to test themselves. The companion website illustrates techniques and concepts with audio and visual examples that help students to learn better broadcast performace techniques.
New to this edition are brand new audio clips and videos, interviews with industry professionals, and updated content throughout, including a new section on social media in the news.
"This book is conversational, accurate, not long-winded, professional, direct, and concise." --Professor Clayland H. Waite, Radford University
CHAPTER 1 Introduction to Professional Announcing
CHAPTER 2 The Audio Performance Environment
CHAPTER 3 The Television Performance Environment
CHAPTER 4 Vocal Development
CHAPTER 5 Performance Development
CHAPTER 6 Commercial Announcing
CHAPTER 7 Interviewing
CHAPTER 8 News Announcing
CHAPTER 9 Music Announcing
CHAPTER 10 Sports Announcing
CHAPTER 11 Speciality Announcing
CHAPTER 12 Legal and Ethical Issues for Mass Media Performers
CHAPTER 13 Beginning an Announcing Career