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2. The website allows you to refine your search for radio jobs according to the categories below. In your notebook, write the correct combination of numbers–letters to match these categories and the refinements possible. The first one is done for you!
3. What do you think the number after each refinement means?
4. Do some research and make a list of other radio professionals.
Let’s act with words!
What is an interview?
An interview is a meeting in which someone asks another person, especially a famous person, questions about themselves, their work, or their ideas, in order to publish or broadcast the information.
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Host Sway Calloway (L) interviews the singer Tyrese Gibson (R). New York, USA, 2016.
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Brazilian swimmer Thiago Pereira being interviewed by the local press. São Paulo, Brazil, 2013.
1. Read the text carefully. Which strategies do you consider the most effective?
Tips on How to Interview Like a Journalist
I. Find a good interviewee:Seek out a good subject. “The truth is that some people have a good story to tell on a subject, and others don’t. Some people are naturally talented at being interviewed, and others aren’t,” said copywriter Star Zagofsky.
II. It’s your job to research: Know the answers to basic questions such as the individual’s background, hot topics, what the person has worked on, is currently working on, and what they’re trying to promote.
III. Make them comfortable: Place them in a comfortable location with friendly surroundings. Be professional and friendly – not pushy.
IV. Send a list of questionsbeforehandor not: It’s sometimes a good idea to give a skeletal list of questions so the interviewee can prepare appropriately. But don’t give them all your questions as you still want some spontaneity in the interview.
V. Record the interview: You must record your interviews for many reasons: it’s the ethical thing to do; you can actually have a natural conversation; you can focus on the subject and not on your notebook; and you reduce the fear of being misquoted.