PRODUCTION TEAM EXPECTATIONS
AND INDIVIDUAL ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES
The Den Project Show will be your broadcast unit for this course. The Show is a combination of individual marks and consists of individuals working in a team environment, you will be evaluated on your individual contribution to the success of each broadcast, the work you put towards getting the show ready during your week, and while off.
Each group's will create their own intro to be used for their broadcast. Your group is responsible for creating an intro video that is approximately one minute in length. This will be shown prior to the live broadcast to give time for teachers to tune in if they haven’t in their classes. The video can be any subject, any genre, fiction or nonfiction, however, it must be suitable and acceptable for a Catholic School environment.
Your group also needs to have a outro that has all closing credits and the role of each member of your group, ending with the Hall on Demand Logo.
Although the opening is a group effort, you will be individually marked on your contributions to this video and also during your broadcast days. See the class website to see how else you should be contributing to your group each week.
2022 SEMESTER TWO - PRODUCTION TEAMS
These group name are placeholders until your group decides on a final name of the production team.
Part ONE - RESEARCH
PART TWO - INTRO/OUTRO VIDEOS
Each group's will create their own intro to be used for their broadcast week. Your group is responsible for creating an intro video that is approximately 30-45s in length. This will be shown prior to the live broadcast to set the tone of your podcast. It's a fantastic way to brand your podcast and create excitement. The video can be any subject, any genre, fiction or nonfiction, however, it must be suitable and acceptable for a Catholic School environment.
See all the guidelines for creating your intro with this link.
Your group also needs to have a outro that has all closing credits and the role of each member of your group, ending with your production logo and ending it with the "Hall on Demand" logo. It can be done as a video using Premiere Pro or After Effects. It will then be uploaded to the broadcasting system by the Technical Director.
CLICK HERE FOR FREE Openers Templates for Premiere Pro
PART THREE - BROADCAST SHOW RUNDOWN
Learn about Live Production.
Check out how to create a Show Rundown using CommTech's Digital Textbook - Chapter 9: Live Production (Types of Shows)
User Name: robertfhall
*A Show Rundown is very important for Hosts, Control Room and Floor Director.
SAMPLE TV TALK SHOW RUNDOWN
SAMPLE NEWS SHOW RUNDOWN
PART FOUR - GATHER B-ROLL, INTERVIEWS, GUEST SPEAKER,
This is a mixture of archival or b-roll footage with a standard podcast recording. For instance, if a guest references a movie clip, news article, or chart, you might edit that asset into the video for viewers to see.
Students should now be at least a little familiar with the elements that make for good podcasts and storytelling. What’s next? Analyzing and practicing effective interviewing techniques, another ingredient central to many podcasts. Vox pops are just one kind of interview. Often interviews are prepared, meaning the interviewee has time to think about the questions in advance (as opposed to the vox pop) and the interview includes multiple questions and takes place in a more formal, or at least quiet, setting.
PART FIVE - LIVE (KINDA) RECORDING DAYS
In small groups, students should listen to the three brief audio clips below and take notes on the same handout.
Invisibilia: Episode 1: Dark Thoughts (Segment: 0:00 - 2:40)
The Daily: Fired Over an Instagram Post (Segment: 0:00 - 3:45)
StoryCorps: Gregory Bess and April Gibson (Segment: 0:00 - 2:36).
Determine your roles in your group during your recording day!