Chapter 12 Writing a Script

Stanley Heist

Lecturer, Philip Merrill College of Journalism, University of Maryland

DOI: 10.4324/9780240814667-12

Recording Narration. Often you must record the voice-over narration track yourself.

(Photo by Stanley Heist)

Imagine yourself as a composer writing a piece of music to be played by a world-class symphony orchestra. At your disposal are the woodwind, brass, strings, and percussion players, all ready to work together to produce beautiful music at your command. Your goal is to make these elements work together harmoniously in a manner that will be enjoyed by an appreciative audience. The decisions you ...

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