The BBC College of Production website has just launched.
Now, anyone – not just BBC staff – can get a basic insight in the skills needed to make great TV, Radio or Online content. There are profiles of jobs, background “how to” films and details of talks and training courses.
In the radio section, there are details of music scheduling, setting up microphones, making a trail for Radio 2, and the role of a station sound producer.
For budding TV producers, you can learn about self-shooting, special effects, developing programme ideas, and how to shoot on green screen.
And if you need to know more about blogging, there’s a section on that too.
It’s a vast (and I guess constantly evolving) resource. See more at http://www.bbc.co.uk/academy/collegeofproduction/
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4 thoughts on “Learn Radio (and TV) Production Skills for free from the BBC”
Interesting that blogging has been added to knowledge of radio-
‘And if you need to know more about blogging, there’s a section on that too’
More and more to learn in the field.
I love you James… you are the ONE! Hope to see you for coffee some time…