Thursday, January 28, 2010

The natural sound story

Some sound tips from Deborah Potter who says that some of the strongest stories that ever make air or the Web rely exclusively on pictures and sound, with no reporter track.

Take a look at her guide to producing a natural sound story including this tip for interviewing.

Break the “rules” and ask double-barreled questions. Example: Who are you and what are you doing? “It’s an easy way to introduce the subject and the story,”

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