Radio in Context by Guy Starkey
This applied text offers a comprehensive introduction to the principal skills involved in producing radio programming, from short packages to magazine programmes, from live sequences to commercials and more. It sets production within a range of different contexts - professional, institutional and historical - providing the underpinning knowledge needed to reflect on radio for academic purposes. offers an ideal blend of theory and practical guidance, which is particularly useful when writing evaluations. to further reading, tips on getting into radio and exercises to develop practical and critical skills. Ideal for anyone studying radio, the media, communications and/or journalism, at undergraduate, HND and postgraduate levels - as well as for short courses in radio or audio production techniques.