LONG WAVE RADIO CAMP (session 2: ages 14-17)
TRENT RADIO PRESENTS LONG WAVE RADIO CAMP
Trent Radio is excited to announce the 2nd annual “Long Wave Radio Camp” scheduled to run for 2-weeks during July 2012. This week-long day-camp has been specifically designed for campers between the ages of 12 and 17 who are interested in learning about community radio and gaining hands-on experience in the field of radio production.
During the one-week camp students will be given the opportunity to build confidence and leadership skills through group and independent creative projects; will gain the chance to become comfortable broadcasting live on the air, and receive technical training while learning about radio from a community perspective.
Campers will be guided through a series of creative workshops led by local experts, produce their own radio programme, and will get the chance to work alongside current Trent Radio Programmers. This week long day camp will prepare and teach students to:
- Operate various soundboards
- Conduct live interviews
- Write and produce radio drama
- Develop sound, voice and recording techniques
- Construct an FM transmitter
- Edit sound files with audio editing software
- Write and submit a programme proposal
- Interact with other community members interested in radio
SESSION ONE will take place from July 16 to 20,and is open to campers aged 12-14.
SESSION TWO will take place from July 23 to 27, and is open to campers aged 14-17.
There are only 8 spots available per week, so be sure to register early!
“This is a wonderful learning opportunity for any young person interested in radio,” said James Kerr, Programme Director. “This is where they get their feet wet, learning a little bit of everything to do with broadcasting.”
A Registration Fee of $250 includes all workshop materials, headphones, USB stick, FM Transmitter, and a Full-Year Membership to Trent Radio. For more information please call Jill Staveley at 705-741-4011 or email email@example.com.
Registration forms are available at Trent Radio House, 715 George Street North, (corner of Parkhill and George st.), or online at www.trentradio.ca