A study project on radio (Only for foreign exchange students)
It is possible for exchange students to do a study project on radio work at the university radio station Radio Moreeni. The students’ independent radio work at Radio Moreeni is coordinated by Mr David Mawby and Ms Päivi Harkko, the managing editor of Radio Moreeni. Maximum amount of students in the project: 12. Enrolment in NettiOpsu, before 20.9.2016 (for the group carried on periods I and II) and 16.1.2017 (for the group carried on periods III and IV). The students journalism at CMT are preferred in the selection of participants.
Tutorials and lectures (for the group carried on periods I and II)
Tue 4-Oct-2016 at 12-15, Main Building Aavee A193 (in News Room), tutorials
Wed 5-Oct-2016 at 12-15, Main Building Aavee A193 (in News Room), lecture
Wed 14-Dec-2016 at 12-15, Main Building Aavee A193 (in News Room), feedback
Tutorials and lectures (for the group carried on periods III and IV):
Tue 21-Jan-2017 at 12-15, Main Building A21, tutorials
Wed 1-Feb-2017 at 12-15, Main Building A21, lecture
Thu 20-Apr-2017 at 12-15, Main Building A21, feedback
Reporting the project:
In addition to the practical journalistic work with the programme each student should write a report (individually) on the project. One book from the list below is required as a reference. The report should summarise the experiences from the project and analyse/reflect them in the light of selected themes and contents of the referenced book.
The report is to be sent by e-mail to university teacher David Mawby (firstname.lastname@example.org), who is in charge for the evaluation of the reports. Grading: Passed / Not passed.
Format of the report: Include a title which summarises the key topics and contents of the paper. Length: 8 000 - 10 000 characters with spaces (with 1.5 spacing).
Books for reference
Starkey, Radio in Context, Palgrave MacMillan 2004.
Kern, Sound reporting: the NPR guide to audio journalism and production. Chicago University Press 2008.
Ala-Fossi, Saleable Compromises: Quality Cultures in Finnish and US Commercial Radio. Tampere University Press 2005.
Ruohomaa, The Mobility of Radio Listening. YLE 2003.
Barnard, Studying Radio. Arnold 2000.
Crisell, Understanding Radio. Second Edition, Routledge 1994.
Nyre, Sound Media. Routledge 2008.
O'Neill et al., Digital Radio in Europe: Technologies, Industries and Cultures. Intellect 2010.