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The Mass Media is a controlled space. Before you hear a voice on radio, many things go on behind the scenes. Here are a few of those moments that the audience are not privy to.

In this short photojournalism story, we seek to capture those things you do not see, yet are vital to process of producing news.

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Morning Editorial Meeting, aka, Pre-Production
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Reporter scouts other media portals for trends and sets up meetings with sources.
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Reporter goes out to gather information for the news
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Reporter writes the news script and edits supporting sound bites.
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Editor proofreads and approves stories for broadcast.
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Final checks before the news bulletin
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On Set with the Producer, the Editor and the Anchor (Presenter)
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Now this is what you know. The Presenter is live on air
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Did you know there is another person in charge receiving messages from listeners? The Social Media and feedback Manager
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After the broadcast? Post Production

 

SO, THERE YOU HAVE IT! Next time you hear the news, you can appreciate the scenes that you don’t see.

By Naa Ninche

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