ADVANCED BROADCASTINGSubcourse Number DI0430EDITION A
US Army Public Affairs Proponent CenterFort George G. Meade, Maryland
5 Credit HoursEdition Date: September 1990
This subcourse, containing three lessons, introduces broadcastersto an advanced level of understanding when producing radiofeatures, conducting audience surveys and determining radio musicformats.You must have a basic knowledge of military broadcasting prior totaking this subcourse. There are no other prerequisites to thissubcourse; however, it is suggested that broadcasters with limitedexperience complete the basic broadcaster course before taking thissubcourse.This subcourse reflects the doctrine and technology current at thetime it was prepared. In your own work situation, always refer tothe latest publications.Unless otherwise stated, the masculine gender of singular pronounsis used to refer to both men and women.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE
ACTION:In this subcourse you will learn how to produceradio features, conduct audience surveys anddetermine a radio music format.CONDITIONS:You are given the material presented in thislesson.STANDARD:To demonstrate competency of this task, you mustachieve a minimum of 75 percent on the subcourseexamination.