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PSA Evaluations

posted May 30, 2012, 10:51 PM by Charlie Hilen   [ updated Jun 4, 2012, 1:25 AM ]

PSAs
In order to evaluate the files, you will need to download all 21 files to your computer. They are short so it shouldn't take very long to download. Listen to each of the files. You need to vote for three of them and you may not vote for your own. Vote by filling out the form below.

https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0B2xQ1MuCjsyeZE9NbWgxcnUyOE0/edit


Pick the top Three PSAs


FCC Make Up Assignment - Due Tuesday May 29, 8 AM

posted May 24, 2012, 12:05 AM by Charlie Hilen   [ updated May 24, 2012, 12:07 AM ]

Please type and print this. Place this in my box by 8 AM Tuesday Morning, May 29, 2012. Sorry this was not posted sooner. I extended the due date to give you more time.

Write a minimum one page paper, single spaced, 12 point Arial font, explaining:

  • What the FCC is, the Communication Act, and how the FCC is organized as a media bureau.
  • What the difference is between Commercial and NCE stations.
  • The FCC’s take on Freedom of Speech, Licensee Discretion, Criticism, Ridicule, and Humor concerning Individuals, Groups, and Institutions.
  • The rules regarding broadcasting stories, Objectionable Programming, and Station Identification.  
  • Explain sponsorship identification, Underwriting on NCE stations.
  • Finally, discuss the requirements to maintain a public inspection file, the purpose of the file and the rules regarding viewing the file. 

Sales and News Presentation Makeup Assignment

posted May 22, 2012, 11:54 PM by Charlie Hilen   [ updated May 24, 2012, 12:07 AM ]

THESE MUST BE PRINTED AND TURNED INTO MY BOX BY THE END OF THE DAY FRIDAY.

SALES PRESENTATION – MAKEUP ASSIGNMENT

Write a minimum one page paper, single spaced, 12 point Arial font, explaining:

What it takes to be a radio sales person. What attributes does this individual need to possess and explain examples of them. Talks about the education and experience desired and how a sales person can get it. How does it work for an entry sales individual? Who might make a great sales candidate?

NEWS PRESENTATION – MAKEUP ASSIGNMENT

Write a minimum one page paper, single spaced, 12 point Arial font, explaining:

After reading about news in radio, how has the way we get news changed in the last 2-3 years. How has technology changed how news is reported and distributed? How can stations use technology to their advantage and how can it be a disadvantage? Why is radio news still important? How should certain formats and day parts use and report the news today?


Imaging Project (Production Group Only)

posted May 20, 2012, 6:27 PM by Charlie Hilen   [ updated May 20, 2012, 6:38 PM ]

Due: June 4, 2012 - EOC

On-Air staff/Production Staff will need to create 3 imaging pieces for Hot Jamz. These will be used for our stations imaging in-between songs. Student can get ideas of imaging by visiting http://reelworld.com/flashindex.php and going through and listening to examples.

All of our station effects and music beds can be found on the radio network in Elements or X:\ drive. You will need to use the computers in edit 1 and edit 2, but if students need edit 2 to voice track their shows, they get priority. You will be using Adobe Audition to create your imaging or you can use any program you have on your personal computers.

You will not have access to our imaging voice so use your own, get friend’s voices, use multiple voices in your pieces. If you want to try and pull a part already produced imaging you can copy the following files from G:\Imaging\.

You will need to make:

1 – Legal ID

Must include all of the necessary elements

2 – Sweepers, Beat Mixers, Stingers

Must include Hot Jamz, be a minimum of 5 seconds produced professionally.

If you have questions on how to use the program, ask Matt, Ryan, Sam, Sebastian, Luke or anyone else that has used them.

The FCC - “The Public and Broadcasting”

posted May 14, 2012, 12:54 PM by Charlie Hilen

Please review the following sections for Monday, May 21st

Introduction
The FCC And Its Regulatory Authority
   
The Communications Act

   The FCC and the Media Bureau
   
FCC Regulation of Broadcast Radio and Television
The Licensing of TV and Radio Stations
   
Commercial and Noncommercial Educational Stations
   
Applications to Build New Stations, Length of License Period

   Digital Radio
Broadcast Programming: Basic Law and Policy
   
The FCC and Freedom of Speech
   
Licensee Discretion
   
Criticism, Ridicule, and Humor Concerning Individuals, Groups, and Institutions
   
Programming Access
Broadcast Programming: Law and Policy on Specific Kinds of Programming
   
Broadcast Journalism
   
Introduction
   
Hoaxes
   
News Distortion
   
Political Broadcasting: Candidates for Public Office
   
Objectionable Programming
   
Programming Inciting "Imminent Lawless Action"
   
Obscene, Indecent, or Profane Programming
   
How to File an Obscenity, Indecency, or Profanity Complaint
   
Violent Programming
   
The V-Chip and TV Program Ratings
   
Other Broadcast Content Regulation
   
Station Identification
   
Children's Television Programming
   
Station Conducted Contests
   
Lotteries
   
Soliciting Funds
   
Broadcast of Telephone Conversations
Business Practices and Advertising
   
Business Practices, Advertising Rates, and Profits
   
Employment Discrimination and Equal Employment Opportunity ("EEO")
   
Sponsorship Identification
   
Underwriting Announcements on Noncommercial Educational Stations
   
Loud Commercials
   
False or Misleading Advertising
   
Offensive Advertisng
   
Tobacco and Alcohol Advertising
   
Subliminal Programming
The Local Public Inspection File
   
Requirement to Maintain a Public Inspection File
   
Purpose of the File
   
Viewing the Public Inspection File
   
Contents of the File
   
The License
   
Applications and Related Materials
   
Citizen Agreements
   
Contour Maps
   
Rules
   
Material Relating to an FCC Investigation or Complaint
   
Ownership Reports and Related Material
   
List of Contracts Required to be Filed with the FCC
   
Political File
   
EEO Materials
   
"The Public and Broadcasting"
   
Letters and E-Mails from the Public
   
Quarterly Programming Reports
   
Children's Television Programming Reports
   
Records Regarding Children's Programming Commercial Limits
   
Time Brokerage Agreements
   
Lists of Donors
   
Local Public Notice Announcements
   
Must-Carry or Retransmission Consent Election
   
DTV Transition Consumer Education Activity Reports
Comments or Complaints About a Station
   
Comments to Station or Networks
   
Comments/Complaints to FCC

 

 

News Assignment

posted May 1, 2012, 11:02 AM by Charlie Hilen   [ updated May 1, 2012, 10:05 PM ]

News Assignment (20 Points)

Mixing up class a little bit, you will need to read the assigned sections about News in the packet.

Then you will need to create a no more then 5 minutes Power Point lecture to teach the class the main points of the section you read.

You need to make sure you hit the main points of the section your assigned and convey this info in 5 minutes max.  I will have my outline too and will grade your presentation based on what I have pulled out as main points and what you created.

You need to create a basic power point. Do not put a background on or change any fonts, etc. The top title needs to have your section in it. Remember Bullet points.

You need to email it to me by Friday, April 27, 2012 by 3:30 PM. Email Power Point File to chilen@kmih.org. I will email you back when I get it. If you don’t receive an email from me by Sunday afternoon, Email it to me again. DO NOT SEND TO SCHOOL EMAIL!! It will get lost in spam.  

On Monday, your group will present your section in order of the packet. Then, you will be quizzed on what your fellow students present to you the following Monday.

If I feel you missed something important, I will mention it at the end of your presentation, but if you miss a lot of big points, your score will be affected.

Groups/Sections Covered

1.     News form the Start

1.     News and Today’s Radio

2.     The Newsroom

3.     The All News Station

4.     The Electronic News

5.     The News Director

6.     What Makes a Newsperson

7.     Preparing the News Story

8.     Organizing The Newscast

9.     Wire and Internet Service & Radio Network News

10. Radio Sportscasts

11. Radio News and the FCC & News Ethics

12. Traffic Reports & News in Music radio

Name

News Section

Sam

Petterson

12

Sebastian

Aron

12

Grant A.

Preisler

11

Kelly J.

Carroll

11

Zane

Khatib

11

Ryan

Roulliard

10

Matt

Sexton

10

Katherine L. "Katie"

Hendrickson

9

Arianna

Alpi

9

Kyle B.

Baska

9




Jessica

Fu

8

Jessica K.

Brown

8

Thomas M. "Tom"

Rall

8

Danie " Danno"l V.

Mayer

7

Duncan G.

Koontz

7

Ian J.

Caldwell

7

Christopher S. "Chris"

Wang

6

Levi A.

Larkin

6

Mariam "Mar-e"

 Mtskhetadze

6




Bryan E.

Glant

5

Chase R.

Reisman

5

Mason S.

Azose

5

Santiago

Rosero

5

Allen K.

Cho

4

Hayden M.

Reisman

4

Spencer B.

Dillon

4

Ian S.

Platou

3

Luke L.

Mounger

3

Quinton M.

Miller

3

Alexandra "Alex" A.

Chapman

2

Giselle M.

Gasca

2

Jackson "Jack"

Counihan

2




Jacob D. " Jake"

Shaddle

1

Keegan Y.

Ogard

1

 

Sales Assignment

posted Apr 24, 2012, 3:16 PM by Charlie Hilen   [ updated May 1, 2012, 11:03 AM ]

Mixing up class a little bit, you will need to read the assigned sections about Sales in the packet.

Then you will need to create a no more then 5 minutes Power Point lecture to teach the class the main points of the section you read.

You need to make sure you hit the main points of the section your assigned and convey this info in 5 minutes max.  I will have my outline too and will grade your presentation based on what I have pulled out as main points and what you created.

There will be 8 groups of 3 people and 2 groups of 4. 10 groups total (32 students)

You need to create a basic power point. Do not put a background on or change any fonts, etc. The top title needs to have your section in it. Remember Bullet points.

You need to email it to me by Friday, April 27, 2012 by 3:30 PM. Email Power Point File to chilen@kmih.org. I will email you back when I get it. If you don’t receive an email from me by Sunday afternoon, Email it to me again. You can also try the school email account Charlie_hilen@misd.wednet.edu.

On Monday, your group will present your section in order of the packet. Then, you will be quizzed on what your fellow students present to you the following Monday.

If I feel you missed something important, I will mention it at the end of your presentation, but if you miss a lot of big points, your score will be affected.

Groups/Sections Covered

  1. Commercialization: A Retrospective & Selling Air Time
  2. Becoming an Account Executive
  3. The Sales Manager
  4. Radio Sales Tools
  5. Points of the Pitch
  6. Levels of Sales & Spec Spots
  7. Objectives of the Buy & Prospecting and List Building
  8. Planning the Sales Day & Selling with and without Numbers
  9. Advertising Agencies &Rep Companies
  10. Web site, Podcast, HD2 Selling, Non Traditional Revenue & Trade Out

 

Name

Assigned to Group/Section

Grant A.

Preisler

1

Kelly J.

Carroll

1

Zane

Khatib

1

Katherine L. "Katie"

Hendrickson

2

Arianna

Alpi

2

Kyle B.

Baska

2

Michael A.

Munoz

2

Jessica

Fu

3

Jessica K.

Brown

3

Thomas M. "Tom"

Rall

3

Danie " Danno"l V.

Mayer

4

Duncan G.

Koontz

4

Ian J.

Caldwell

4

Christopher S. "Chris"

Wang

5

Levi A.

Larkin

5

Mariam "Mar-e"

 Mtskhetadze

5

Rachel A.

Hecker

5

Bryan E.

Glant

6

Chase R.

Reisman

6

Mason S.

Azose

6

Santiago

Rosero

6

Allen K.

Cho

7

Hayden M.

Reisman

7

Spencer B.

Dillon

7

Ian S.

Platou

8

Luke L.

Mounger

8

Quinton M.

Miller

8

Alexandra "Alex" A.

Chapman

9

Giselle M.

Gasca

9

Jackson "Jack"

Counihan

9

Jacob C.

Roedell

10

Jacob D. " Jake"

Shaddle

10

Keegan Y.

Ogard

10

 

Promotions Campaign Project

posted Apr 17, 2012, 12:35 AM by Charlie Hilen   [ updated May 16, 2012, 2:22 PM ]

Proposals Due Thursday April 19, 2012
Campaign Due Friday, April 27, 2012

Assignment
You will need to create a promotion campaign promoting an element of Hot Jamz. These
pieces will be put in the halls as the school, used for the web, on the air, and at events. Click Here.

Examples

If you are using Publisher or Word to create your web graphic, please change the page size to 2.917 inches wide by 6.667 inches tall.


Upload Files
(You need to sign in using a google account. if you dont have a google account, create a new one)

Here are the files that I have. If there is an x in the column next to your name, i have received your files. Once you upload your files to Google, Make sure you drag them into the "Promotions Print" folder so that I can see them and grade them.
 


PSA Assignment

posted Apr 17, 2012, 12:07 AM by Charlie Hilen   [ updated May 30, 2012, 11:36 PM ]

Assignment


Due Dates
Final Version - Friday, June 1, 2012 - 4:00 PM
Evaluations - Wednesday, June 6, 2012 - 4:00 PM


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