Journalism, mass media and communication; radio 1 report
Journalism, mass media and communication
radio 1 report
(a)Public Service Radio Policy Report (group) (4,500 words). This will be produced by you and use (e.g. BBC Trust documents, newspaper articles, BBC station programme policies and service reviews; additional readings). The report is worth 60% of the marks.
in that first section your group should highlight distinctive programme provision and intended outcomes in a range of important BBC national radio stations and also what BBC local radio stations, as types of station, are intended to achieve. You should write about (BBC Radio 1). The selection of station you examine in part one of the report should give a good overview of the range of audiences and types of programing intended by the BBC to fulfil the public purposes of BBC radio. These constitute its overall radio policy. write about what it aims for, and if it pleases the audiences or not. write about their programs.
All essays should reference station policy, play lists (where relevant) and specific programmes whilst making their arguments. Each essay is concerned with the public purposes of BBC radio stations and the cultural programming supporting those public purposes
2.How fully and completely does [name of UK BBC national / local radio station] provide access to culture, music (where relevant) and public service inspired ideas specified in its service remit?
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