Resource helps radio journalists report on HIV
Internews Neworks' Local Voices has produced a trainer's manual on how to
conduct training courses for radio journalists on HIV reporting.
Approximately 70% of the training exercises teach radio reporting skills
including interviewing, scriptwriting, digital sound editing and sound
recording. The remainder of the manual focuses on language use and
developing HIV knowledge when reporting.
According to the online training manual's introduction, "Local Voices is
convinced that journalists will only be able to use HIV knowledge on radio
effectively if they're given the opportunity to also develop their
storytelling and reporting skills."
The manual is available on the Internews Web site at
It will soon be available in bound hardcopy and CD format.
To be notified when print versions are available, e-mail Sara Barrett at
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