Description - Presenting on TV and Radio by Janet Trewin
Aspiring radio and TV presenters will benefit from the informative and entertaining guidance provided by accomplished presenter, Janet Trewin. Presenting on TV and Radio is packed with illustrations, practical exercises and insider tips for improving your presentation skills and breaking into this competitive industry. Based on the principle that all successful presentation on TV and radio is dependent on uniform skills applicable to both mediums, the book begins by explaining basics such as appearance, authority, body language, diction, scriptwriting, deadlines, technology and working with a co-presenter. Valuable insights into key employment issues such as sexism, ageism, racism and disability are also offered. The different requirements of TV and radio presentation are then examined, focusing on each specialist area in detail and with tips from professionals in the business. These include: presenting news in the studio as an anchor and as a reporter on the road; current affairs and features involving live and recorded material; DJ'ing; light entertainment (e.g. game shows and personality programmes); sports presentation; children's programmes; foreign broadcasters and those broadcasting to worldwide audiences.
Buy Presenting on TV and Radio by Janet Trewin from Australia's Online Independent Bookstore, Boomerang Books.
(235mm x 159mm x 14mm)
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication:
Other Editions - Presenting on TV and Radio by Janet Trewin
Book Reviews - Presenting on TV and Radio by Janet Trewin
Author Biography - Janet Trewin
Janet Trewin has more than 20 years experience in network radio and TV as a reporter, presenter, producer and director, working on shows such as Newsbeat (Radio 1), Newsnight, Top Gear, and Working Lunch (BBC2), Today, You and Yours and Going Places (BBC Radio 4), Ultimate Preview (BBC Radio Five ) and World Business Report (BBC World TV). Janet is an author and writer for newspapers and magazines. She's a visiting lecturer in broadcast journalism at City University, London. For many years she's been a trainer of journalists both for the BBC and foreign broadcasting organisations. She also has a large portfolio of international clients for media and crisis training and consultancy.