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Radio Broadcasting Essay

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RT 3 Broadcasting Script

Anchor 1 …………………………………………………………………………………………. Nathaniel Junn B. Abella
Anchor 2 …………………………………………………………………………………………. Ryshyl Margaret C. So
Local News Reporter ………………………………………………………………………. Princess Shaina H. Nicolas
National News Reporter …………………………………………………………………. Kryz Louisse A. Carriaga
International News Reporter ………………………………………………….………. Vajnh Adrienne D. Latigay
Health News Reporter ……………………………………………………………….…… Ybeth Jane B. Cabio
Sports News Reporter ……………………………………………………………………. August C. Briz Jr.

Anchors: (SFX) Live from the City of Whales and Dolphins. (SFX) This is the Hope of our Native Lands, (SFX) the Voices of the news. DYBC 77.5 (SFX) ...view middle of the document...

Youngest Daughter: (crying) I don´t know how to express myself as you do, but I love our father as much as you do. And I know that you must be very happy right now because you wanted so much this kingdom that now it will be yours.

Voice over: The Story of the King’s Three Daughters. Now on its second week. Buy your tickets now on www.ticketnet.com
(SFX)
Anchors: Welcome back to the DYBC 77.5 Bascian Patrol.
Anchor 1: And now for the complete story of our Local News. Brown rice craze hits Dumaguete. Here’s Shaina Nicolas.
Shaina:
DUMAGUETE grew hotter as the brown rice fever hit the city with Oxfam and Dakila’s launch of the Brown Rice Campaign on Wednesday, September 5, at Robinsons Place.
The Brown Rice campaign aims to revive brown or “unpolished” rice back to the regular diet of the Filipino.
The Brown Rice Campaign in Dumaguete was made possible by Oxfam, Dakila Philippine Collective for Modern Heroism and sponsored by Robinsons Mall, Young Entrepreneurs Society of Silliman, Dumaguete City Tourism Office, Silliman University Nutrition and Dietetics Society, KALIKAF, and KRI Restaurant. 

This has been Shaina Nicolas, Reporting live for Bascian Patrol!

(SFX)

Anchor 2: Thank you Shaina. And now for the National News. CBCP warns of “Catholic Vote” vs. RH Bill Advocates. Here’s Kryz Carriaga.

Kryz:
An official of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) is urging the faithful to use the “Catholic vote” in choosing their rightful leaders this coming 2013 polls.
In an interview with Radio Veritas, CBCP-Episcopal Commission on Family and Life Vice Chairman and Lipa Archbishop Ramon Arguelles said it is high time that Filipinos use their religious beliefs in rejecting candidates who are not following the Church’s teachings.
Both the House of Representatives and the Senate are in their respective periods of amendment for the controversial RH bill. The CBCP earlier said it will endorse candidates who are pro-life.
This has been Kryz Carriaga, Reporting live for Bascian Patrol!

(SFX)

Anchor 1: Thank you Kryz. For the International News. Pakistan bomb at Shia procession kills 7, wounds 30. Here’s Vajnh Latigay.

Vajhn:
A roadside bomb killed at least seven people, including three children, and wounded 30 at a Shia Muslim procession in north-western Pakistan on Saturday.
The group of about 100 Shias were passing through the city of Dera Ismail Khan on their way to join a larger crowd when the bomb went off, said police official Rashid Khan, who reported the casualty...

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