Lectures don’t work on radio. Your script can’t be just “read”. It has to be performed. Radio writing has to be tight and clear, and above all, interesting. Over-the-air radio has been called the theater of the mind, because good writers can conjure up images for listeners. But most radio news is heavily formatted into tiny story slots, so you need to be as clear, descriptive, and.
Articles and tutorials about Radio Play-writing by Tony Palermo. See Tony's repertoire page for samples of his radio scripts. Adapting William Shakespeare for Radio and other radio writing tips - an essay on radio writing.; A Method for Writing Radio Drama-- a more detailed look at the craft.; Toward a Radio Drama 101-- notes on how to get started creating radio drama.
Template for a radio script, based on extracts from Bow Down Shadrach (Word 45 KB) Radio scripts on the Web. There are a large number of radio scripts available on the Internet. Do a search for 'Simply Radio Scripts' to find modern and old time radio plays that you might like to read and produce in class.
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You’ll need to make sure your radio ad script has the right tone, language, and personality to reach your particular audience. The script must connect with your target audience and not offend them. The wrong tone or language can easily push people away from your message if you aren’t careful.
Radio scripts are not literature. In radio, simplicity wins. Simple words, clear short sentences and a logical structure are necessary to get information across. Radio scripts should be informal.
Writing the Script. Working backwards is the only way that you can write a documentary. It is only then after you have collected your data and conducted your research that you can write the script. It is a sheer impossibility to even assume on what the interviewee is going to say and how that is going to tie into your message. You can start sitting down and write the script and voice-overs.
The challenge for the 2006 election season is to write radio scripts that touch the heart and not deflect off the shield that surrounds the soul of most voters. The conditioning of the mind has been evolving since the first political radio commercials. The challenge for the writer is obvious. Be subtle in the approach. The days of overt name calling or shouting the candidates name in hopes of.