Reporting for Radio
Here, in a readable, lively style, Chuck Crouse explains the mechanics of reporting, the tools of reporting and the shortcuts to getting the job done right. Full of details. Loaded with examples to follow - and language to avoid. So practical it will help even seasoned radio reporters improve their performance. Reporting for Radio is going to make your job easier, more professional - and, with any luck at all, more fun. It's too good to miss.
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The Reporters Tool Kit
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