Music Documentaries for Radio

Coley, Samuel (2021) Music Documentaries for Radio. Routledge, United Kingdom. ISBN 9780367226220

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Abstract

Drawing on both academic research and real world practice, this book offers an in-depth investigation into the production of music documentaries broadcast on radio. Music Documentaries for Radio provides a thorough overview of how the genre has developed technically and editorially alongside a discussion of the practical production processes involved. Digital production equipment and online tools used in music documentary production are discussed in detail, outlining how the development of these technologies shapes the output of producers operating in both the public service and the commercial sectors of the industry. Drawing on his own experiences as an award-winning music documentary producer, the author also looks at how the industry views this form of radio documentary and considers how innovation and technical advances, as well as governmental regulation, have shaped the field. The book demonstrates how changing practices and technical innovations have led to the emergence of multi-skilled, freelance radio producers and how previously separate production roles have merged into one convergent, multifaceted position. Music Documentaries for Radio is an ideal resource for students and academics in the fields of radio studies, media production, documentary-making, and journalism studies.

Item Type: Book
Dates:
DateEvent
17 November 2021Published
Uncontrolled Keywords: radio, music documentary, audio production, freelance, commercial radio,
Subjects: CAH24 - media, journalism and communications > CAH24-01 - media, journalism and communications > CAH24-01-05 - media studies
Divisions: Faculty of Arts, Design and Media > Birmingham Institute of Media and English > Birmingham School of Media > Centre for Media and Cultural Research
Depositing User: Samuel Coley
Date Deposited: 11 Jan 2022 14:08
Last Modified: 11 Jan 2022 14:08
URI: http://www.open-access.bcu.ac.uk/id/eprint/12638

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