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Rhetorica's managing director, Antoni Lee, outlines the ten most commonly referred to elements of newsworthiness.
This is an example, from somewhere in the US, of conducting a group discussion on radio. The people in the discussion are members of a group that is actually called “Example”!
Uploaded by LHNNorthStar on 5 Aug 2010.
This is me (Ben Ainslie) broadcasting from the Murdoch University radio studio's for my unit "Radio News". The funny faces you see me making to people behind the camera is my teacher, the ever funny, Andrew Porter. He's communicating via body language through the soundproof glass to me in the studio, telling me to slow it down.
Uploaded by benainslie on 22 Sep 2009.
Katie Couric chats with producer Tony Maciulis about what makes a good interview. This video is part of the YouTube Reporters' Center. To see more videos on how to report the news, or to post some ideas of your own, visit http://youtube.com/reporterscenter
Uploaded by KatieCouric on 26 Jun 2009.