A course delivered to mid-career journalists at the Sri Lanka College of Journalism (SLCJ) last month. The class composition was a bit more generic than others I have taught before, and the emphasis of the larger course was on voice training and news presentation. I thought the best angle to take would be to look at ways in which audio could be edited, uploaded and disseminated online and free content – such as iTunesU via iTunes – could be used.
The thoughts and ideas herein are my own and do not, in any way, unless expressly noted, represent the views of any organisation I am affiliated with, including, but not limited to the ICT4Peace Foundation and the Centre for Policy Alternatives.
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