Checking date: 03/05/2019


Course: 2019/2020

Radio Journalism
(13274)
Study: Dual Bachelor in Journalism and Humanities Studies (282)


Coordinating teacher: HERRERA DAMAS, DACIL SUSANA

Department assigned to the subject: Department of Journalism and Audiovisual Communication

Type: Compulsory
ECTS Credits: 6.0 ECTS

Course:
Semester:




Students are expected to have completed
News reporting
Competences and skills that will be acquired and learning results. Further information on this link
At this first introduction to the radio, we will learn the basics of its language and of the several expressive and narrative possibilites provided by this medium. For it, we will focus on producing some of the most commonly used radio genres: news, reports, interviews, vox pops, and features. At the end of the semester, students have to produce a 20 minutes radio program. The information will be organized in varied sections: politics, economics, society, culture, sports, and service information. From a more specific perspective, at the end of the course students are expected: a) to learn the particularities of the radio language b) to learn how to analyze, identify and produce pieces of news for radio c) to learn how to analyze, identify and produce radio reports d) to learn how to analyze, identify and produce radio interviews e) to learn how to analyze, identify and produce radio vox pops f) to learn how to analyze, identify and produce radio headlines g) to learn how to analyze, identify and produce radio features h) to learn how to produce news programs for radio
Description of contents: programme
Topic #1: Radio language Topic #2: Radio genres Topic #3: News for radio Topic #4: Radio reports Topic #5: Radio interviews Topic #6: Radio features Topic #7: Radio news programs
Learning activities and methodology
Individually, students have to produce pieces of news, reports, interviews, vox pops, headlines, service information and radio features. Use of content gamification techniques aimed at checking what has been learned Organized into groups, at the end of the semester, students have to produce a 20-minute radio news program including all the elements learned over the subject Practices are expected to be prepared at home and the 90 minutes practice is used to present and/or analyze the several practices from a constructive perspective with a hands-on approach.
Assessment System
  • % end-of-term-examination 30
  • % of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals...) 70
Basic Bibliography
  • CADENA SER. En antena. Libro de estilo del periodismo oral. Taurus. 2017
  • LARRAÑAGA ZUBIZARRETA, José . Redacción y locución de la información audiovisual. Universidad del País Vasco. 2006
  • LARRAÑAGA ZUBIZARRETA, José . Redacción y locución de la información audiovisual. Universidad del País Vasco. 2006
  • MARIN, Carles. Periodismo audiovisual. Información, entretenimiento y tecnologías multimedia.. Editorial Gedisa. 2006
  • PEDRERO, L.M. y GARCÍA LASTRA, J.M. (eds.).. La transformación digital de la radio: Diez claves para su comprensión profesional y académica. Tirant Lo Blanch. 2019
  • Pedrero, L.M. y García Lastra, J.M. (eds.).. La transformación digital de la radio: Diez claves para su comprensión profesional y académica. Tirant Lo Blanch. 2019
  • RODERO, Emma. Locución radiodfónica. IORTV. Madrid
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More information: http://ocw.uc3m.es/periodismo/radio-informativa