Friday, April 13, 2018

WNN April 13, 2018

This week, I got to be part of the host segment with Jai. We already did the host segment together before, so we had it down right away. Memorizing lines this time around was soooo much easier than before, but I don't know why. Maybe it was just the practice I've gotten, but it was fun to do it again. Since it was Friday the 13th (sp00ky), we got Gabe to put together some sicc sound effects like a wolf howl and an organ noise. We also did some creative stuff with the background, like when we introduce Gavin, we had Gavin come in from the back and be like "That's me!", so that was pretty funny. I also got to help edit Gavin and Jai's special segment. I just did little stuff like put in the interview clips and cut certain parts to make the story flow.

The weekly grind of creating a classic WNN story is no joke, I'll tell you right now. Our planning usually occurs on Friday because we need to make sure we're ready to go on Monday. On Monday, we usually finish up our scripts and sometimes go out and film. A lot of the time, we film the host segment on Monday, but sometimes we start filming the host segment on Tuesday, but it's almost always done by Wednesday. Monday through Wednesday is usually our filming day. And Thursday is our deadline so we can get the show out by Friday. Editing comes in whenever you're finished with filming of course, so editing can come anytime between Monday and Thursday really. On Friday, if we were able to get it finished by Thursday, we do a critique of the overall show.

Communication with other students on the production team, other students, teachers outside the class, and Mr Sanderl plays a extremely crucial role in the outcome of our segment and how successful it is. Without communication, you don't have anything. You need to communicate with everyone involved with your segment and make sure there's no misunderstandings. The more people that understand what's going on and what their roles are in your segment, the more awesome your segment is going to be, that's just fact.

ANB 6.0: Synthesize aspects of broadcast media to create a presentation that communicates a specific message to a target audience.
ANB 6.1: Plan and construct a broadcast message targeted to a specific audience.
ANB 6.2: Develop a broadcast media production that conveys a targeted message.
ANB 6.3: Evaluate the interaction between broadcasting professions during the planning, and production of a media broadcast.

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