What is the Meaning & Definition of radio script

The radio script is the tool that allows you to schedule a radio program and very especially to keep record of all sound material that will be needed for the implementation of the programme. Then, in the radio script outlined and include all those steps and details that they concernirán to the program in question and depending on the type of program which is about the same you need to a greater or lesser completeness, i.e. If that prima program is improvisation, surely, the script will be more a general scheme and will not contain as much data.
On the other hand, the radio script is the fundamental element for speakers and sound technicians understand and know what follows and sets up a space in the program.
There are different types of scripts that will be determined by the following variables: the information presented, the possibility to carry out modifications on them and the way in which they are presented.
According to the information they contain, we meet the literary scripts (attributed fundamental importance to the text that reads the speaker to exclude technical annotations relating to planning, only point to the moments in which should appear sound effects or music), technicians (predominantly technical indications and the verbal text appears in poor form, or directly or realize of the.) This turns out to be the most widely used in segments of news and magazines) and the tecnicos-literarios (full verbal text and type technical instructions also contain in detail).
In the second, according to the possibility of making or no modifications, are open scripts (flexible, cannot be modified during the course of the program) and closed scripts (not support modifications). And by the way they present, can be European (occurs in two or more columns, the left always corresponds to the technical indications and the rest will include whatever text) or American (occurs in single-column, by separating the technical and verbal directions through indented paragraphs. Technical annotations are underlined, the name of speakers appears in capital letters and a margin on the left side is left to score modifications needed).
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