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This method of interviewing has its origins in the USA where stations would dangle a microphone out of the studio window to collect comments from passers-by in the street. But during wartime US broadcasters were instructed to ban man on the street interviews. ‘Any program that permits public accessibility to an open microphone is dangerous. An innocent sounding story or combination of words could convey a message to the enemy’ (Quoted in Strauss (1993), p. 229). Wrap, billboard or donut Short clip from an interview sandwiched between links written and read by a reporter or correspondent telling the story.
Discussion programme (aka ‘disco’) Can be live or recorded format. One of the earliest forms of radio programme but still popular today involves the presenter/interviewer/chairperson with a guest or guests joining them around the studio table or making contributions down the line via a satellite studio or phone. Sequence, strip and magazine programme These programmes make regular use of interviews in a variety of live and recorded forms including tasters, short-form interviews, vox pops, phone-in, wraps, packages or may concentrate on guest interviewee throughout a thirty minute programme to a three-hour sequence.
Broadcasters have to adhere to the laws pertaining to libel, contempt of court and trespass. In the UK they are issued with instructions by the industry regulators Ofcom (Office of Communications, which is part of the Government’s Department of Culture, Media and Sport) who will fine them for breaking regulations. The BBC are overseen by trustees acting in the public interest (The BBC Trust) and issue Editorial Guidelines and Compliance procedures that have to be followed. uk) check that those being interviewed are treated fairly.