Writing for the web and writing for radio/television

The Historyworks team shows clients how to form a clear idea of the story to be told and helps them build a framework around which to write the script to showcase that story.

We coach you in how to write well for the web, radio and/or TV, and show you how to exploit the strengths of various media formats to give the story a splash and make it matter.

Alongside storyboarding and scripting clients are guided through the acquisition of high quality sound -  the intention being for clients to shape and produce their own content from material they have acquired.

http://eurotast.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/EUROTAST-VOICES1.m4a   showcases one of the vodcasts made by Temi Odumosu after a day’s training.

The content for the York Museums Trust’s History trails was written by students and then reworked for voice recording by the students themselves with presentation by the City Archaeologist John Oxley. http://www.historyofyork.org.uk/mobile/home.html