Livin’ for audio


Now, it’s not a groundbreaking story, it’s not the best piece of anything I’ve ever created, but I think I’m in love. I love audio journalism. I said it…

After doing RadioU last week and audio-lifestyle this week, I think I’ve found my jam. It’s just so neat and satisfying creating audio news stories. They get the message across swiftly and, through the use of evocative soundbites, can be as engaging as a video piece.

This week everything just kind of came together. The story was essentially a prequel for the Healthy Livin’ Festival – a fitness expo and program promoting awareness of mental illness – that’s happening this weekend in Kiama. While the structure and angle might have been tighter, I feel the end product was a success. And I’m just pretty impressed with myself being able to drive to Kiama and back for on-location interviews and photos and actually finishing everything on time.

And I managed to have a little fun behind the scene…



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