CBAA Webinars

WEBINAR: Advanced Radio Content - Wednesday 26 September 2018

hfriedlander, 7th September 2018

As broadcasters, we have an exceptional resource at our disposal – the power to communicate quickly and effectively with our communities. But how can we best take advantage of this resource? This webinar will explore the theory of communication, the role of the program maker and the craft of delivering content to on-air audiences.

AFTRS is the Australian Film, Television and Radio School, the nation’s premier screen arts and broadcast school. AFTRS Radio & Podcasting courses are renowned for producing creative radio professionals capable of contributing to and shaping the Australian broadcast industry.

Who is it for?

Community broadcasting presenters, boards and management.

In this session, you'll learn:
  • How to create a listener profile to assist with content selection
  • A 3 - part intro technique for effective interviews
  • Show preparation systems for reaching audiences on-air and online
  • Tips for writing for radio – online and on-air
Presented by: Fyona Smith - Head of Radio  

Fyona SmithFyona Smith is Head of Radio at The Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS), responsible for the development and delivery of AFTRS Radio and Podcasting courses.

Fyona has produced and presented award winning local and national shows and is a multi-Australian Commercial Radio Award winner.


This webinar was held at 6:30pm (AEST) Wednesday, 26 September 2018


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