Sound Reporting: The NPR Guide to Radio Journalism, Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 1992. Sound Reporting is a window into the world of NPR News reporting. It guides the reader through the basics of broadcast journalism, introduces the technology and equipment used, and provides tools for the art of creating compelling radio news content.
Skip Pizzi’s contributions to the original edition of this book include its chapter on Studio Production, as well as several Appendices on technical topics, explanatory photos and diagrams, contributions to the book’s Glossary of Terms, and general editorial guidance.
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