Third MA Radio Newsday afternoon, and it keeps getting better. Good job guys, have a listen and on to print!!! May the gods of InDesign smile upon you
Sorry it took me a while to get this published but here it is!!! The second MA radio news afternoon. Making radio is challenging, but learning how to work as a team is what makes fantastic radio. Really looking forward to our third afternoon =). Enjoy.
After a lot of hard work here's what the MAs came up with on their first radio afternoon. It's quite a challenge putting to gether a LIVE radio show, and very different from just cutting a bit of audio.
They all did a fantastic job in rolling with the punches, working with very little time, and learning tons of new things. Have a listen, it's a great start.
Presented by Natalie and Greg
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We are running a Kent Extra workshop form June 1-5 at the Centre. This is a great opportunity to practice and share your skills with other Uni of Kent students.
On most days, we need people to help us pre-make a radio bulletin, a tv show, website or newspaper and then help them finish it during their afternoon lesson. You would be helping me, Rob, Ian and Richard out.
If you are free to help for one or a couple of days please email me on email@example.com.
ps. It's paid work, get some monies.