Successful launch of Albert Dock Radio

Two iconic Liverpool organisations have today announced an innovative new partnership as the National Broadcasting School has facilitated the launch of Albert Dock Radio based at the City’s largest free tourist attraction.
Today’s launch was hosted by Albert Dock Radio’s Station Manager Jason Hardy and attended by 70 invited guests at Revolucion de Cuba on the Albert Dock including representatives from all elements of the Albert Dock.
The NBS have worked on this project with leading industry professional John Evington […]

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The National Broadcasting School (NBS) Welcomes Pat Cluskey as General Manager

Liverpool, UK: The National Broadcasting School (NBS), the UK’s leading centre for communications, today announces Pat Cluskey as its new General Manager.
Pat will formally join the team in February when he will be responsible for the day to day running of the NBS and implementation of the course collection.
Having been a centre of excellence in broadcast training for the past ten years, the new management team has evolved the NBS to include a range of industry-specialist and social […]

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Journalism Students Up For Top Award

Students on the current Bauer Journalism Programme are in the running for a prestigious award.
Rukiyah Khatun and Emily Reader have been nominated in the Student Journalist of The Year category of the IRN awards.
The awards are run in association with Sky News and can be thought of as the Oscars of commercial radio journalism. This year has seen a record number of entries.
The Student Journalist Award recognises an individual who ‘stands out from the crowd and excels in […]

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Week 3 for Our NBS Bauer Academy Students

Week 3 for Our NBS Bauer Academy Students
Zreen tests people on Churchill quotes and Paul gives an insight into his week.

How to Prepare Questions for Radio or TV Interviews

Like everything else in radio and TV, the skill of preparing interview questions will become second nature with experience. If you’re starting out, you might find it useful to read one or two pointers…. (more…)

Leveson could hurt investigative journalism. What do you think?

Information Commissioner, Christopher Graham, thinks some proposals in the Leveson Report could ‘chill’ investigative journalism. Tell us what you think. (more…)

A Sad Lesson for Radio Pranksters

“This is by far the best prank I’ve ever been involved in. It seemed so far-fetched but it really worked!”  2DayFM radio presenters, Mel Greig and Michael Christian.

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