1.Radio broadcasting: the basics
1.1.Definition and characterization of the medium
1.2.Technical and operational aspects
1.3.The language of radio
1.4.Writing and reading for the ear
2.Production, broadcasting and recording
2.3.The making of a programme
2.4.The work of the producer
3.1.3.Opinion and genres
3.2.Types of radio stations and programmes
4.Advertising and audiences
4.1.The target audience
This subject has experimentality recognized, and has seven additional hours in audiovisual laboratory workshops.
1.Speaking and presenting
To offer basic notions for optimal speaking to improve good reading and presenting.
The workshop aims to provide students with the basic guidelines for good reading and good presenting, starting by explaining the essential speech techniques and reviewing the most frequent mistakes and vices. Group and individual exercises are used to discover and enhance the qualities of each student. A panoramic view of different types of speeches (informative, advertising, sports...) is offered. Contents: a) Voice and breathing; b) Diction; c) Prosody; d) Types of speech.
2.Editing and sound continuity
To develop creative and resolute competencies for editing and broadcasting sound productions.
The concepts of editing and continuity are essential for sound production in general and radio production in particular. This workshop trains in the concrete application of editing techniques both for the editing of sound materials and for their combination 'live'. Based on group work dynamics, the workshop is organized around the production and execution of ¿carruseles¿ and ¿rounds of correspondents¿, which are thematically defined in coordination with the teams in charge. They can be dedicated, for example, to topics of world relevance and current affairs, sporting events, election days, or coverage of festivals. Contents: a) Editing and live editing techniques; b) ¿On air¿ organization: Pre-production: documentation, sound resources, script; and Production: connection between studios and remotes; c) Post-production: preparation of a synthesis piece.