Certificate Course in Professional Radio Jockeying

➛ Course Duration: 3 months
➛ Sessions: 02 days per week
➛ Classes: Weekdays & Weekend Both

COURSE DESCRIPTION

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course teaches you all the necessary skills that are required to be a successful Radio Jockey. From “On-Air” skills to Scripting and from Genres to Diction, all is covered in this course.

This course aims at training the student to become an effective Radio Jockey and arm you with the skills that are most sought-after by the radio industry.

This course is suitable for anyone who wishes to work in the field of radio broadcasting or the “voice-based” industry and wants to gain a better understanding as to how this competitive industry works.

Content

  • Historical aspect of the Radio Industry
  • Changing Trend in Radio Broadcasting, Various Types of Radio Broadcast
  • Pronunciation, Diction, Inflection, Speed, Clarity, Grammar
  • Qualities of a Radio Jockey, Hosting An Effective Radio Show
  • ‘On-Air’ Presentation Skills , Elements of A Successful Performance
  • Hosting ‘LIVE’ shows, How to take ‘LIVE’ calls?
  • Voice Control, Voice Modulation, Tongue Twisters
  • Historical aspect of the Radio Industry
  • Outdoor Rjing, Live reporting & Live Announcement
  • Elements of a Good Script, How to write an effective script
  • Dos  & don’ts of a script, Styles & techniques of a radio script
  • Create script-based show & the correct usage of language
  • Radio Jingles, Radio Spots, Radio Formats, Radio Glossary
  • Music Genres, Music Glossary , Stingers, Teasers, Promos, Contest

ADD-ON

Certificate Course in Professional Radio Jockeying WITH Public Speaking and Anchoring

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course teaches you all the necessary skills that are required to be a successful Radio Jockey, Video Jockey, Stage Anchor and TV Anchor. From “On-Air” Skills to Scripting, from Genres to Diction, From Effective Public Speaking to Effortless Camera Facing all is covered in this course.

This course aims at training the student to become an effective COMMUNICATOR – the must-have quality for happening professions like RJ, VJ, ANCHOR, COMPERE, CORPORATE SPEAKER and much more. Be rest assured to be equipped with the skills that are most sought-after by the voice-based industry across the globe.

This course is suitable for anyone who wishes to work in the field of “voice-based” industry including radio broadcasting, This course is designed for young aspirants who wish to be famous and also make a mark in the exciting and rewarding world of VOICE.

CREATIVE COURSE

  • Historical aspect of the Radio Industry
  • Changing Trend in Radio Broadcasting, Various Types of Radio Broadcast
  • Pronunciation, Diction, Inflection, Speed, Clarity, Grammar
  • Qualities of a Radio Jockey, Hosting An Effective Radio Show
  • ‘On-Air’ Presentation Skills , Elements of A Successful Performance
  • Hosting ‘LIVE’ shows, How to take ‘LIVE’ calls?
  • Voice Control, Voice Modulation, Tongue Twisters
  • Historical aspect of the Radio Industry
  • Outdoor Rjing, Live reporting & Live Announcement
  • Elements of a Good Script, How to write an effective script
  • Dos  & don’ts of a script, Styles & techniques of a radio script
  • Create script-based show & the correct usage of language
  • Radio Jingles, Radio Spots, Radio Formats, Radio Glossary
  • Music Genres, Music Glossary , Stingers, Teasers, Promos, Contest

VOICE CULTURE COURSE

  • Pronunciation, Diction, Narration
  • Inflection, Speed, Clarity, Grammar
  • Voice Modulation
  • Voice Control
  • Tongue Twisters
  • Breath Control, Breathing Exercises
  • Critical evaluation of Script, Character analysis
  • Different Reads and Body language
  • Voice-Over for Animation Films
  • Voice-Over for Documentaries
  • Voice-Over for IVRS, Book Trailers
  • Voice-Over for Corporate Films
  • Voice-Over for On-line Media Presentations
  • Production of “Air check”, Speed vs Quality
  • Taking Care of Voice

SCRIPT WRITING COURSE

    • The importance of Research
    • How to write an effective Script
    • Elements of a good Script
    • The Do’s and Dont’s of a Script
    • Styles and Techniques of Radio Script
    • Creating of script-based shows
  • Correct usage of Language
  • Script for Radio Spots and Jingles
  • Script for PSA and “Voice-intensive” media
  • Script for a joint Radio Show
  • Script for a Film-based Show
  • Script for an Issue-based Show

AUDIO PRODUCTION COURSE

  • Studio Etiquette, Studio Equipment
  • Console Operations
  • Microphone Techniques
  • Understanding of “Sound”
  • Introduction to “Audacity”
  • Practical skills on Recording
  • Digital Sound Editing, Editing Software
  • Digital Audio, “On-Air” Studio
  • Packaging and Scheduling
  • Mixing, Mastering, SFX, Mixer Controls
  • Outdoor Recording, “On-Air” Programming
  • AIR Guidelines, Plagiarism, Copyright issues

PUBLIC SPEAKING & ANCHORING COURSE

  • Introduction to Voicing & Anchoring
  • Language, Fluency, Pitch, Tone
  • Inflection and Intonation
  • Word stress, Projection, Throw , Clarity
  • Voice Modulation, Articulation, Variation and Improvisation
  • Rhythm, pace, Tempo, Pitch and Volume
  • Body Language, Posture and Eye Contact
  • Scripting your own stories, Reading & Performing a Script
  • Speaking to Public, Speaking to Camera
  • Positive Presentation Skills
  • Role Play, Mock Sessions

MARKETING, MANAGEMENT & PRESENTATION COURSE

  • Introduction to Radio Sales
  • Selling Radio Times
  • Market Segments, KRAs
  • Dealing with Agencies
  • Promotion Activities, Tie-ups
  • Station Positioning, Target Listenership
  • Creating an effective Programming Mix
  • Station Positioning, Target Listenership
  • Identifying and Managing Clients
  • Identifying and Managing Advertisers
  • Effective Presentation
  • Client Servicing
  • Networking
  • Public Relations