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WDR 5 Westblick
WDR 5 Westblick Ganze Sendung (12.01.2022)

WDR 5 Westblick

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 29:55


Der Tag in NRW : Bundestag will schnellen Neubau der A45-Brücke; A45-Brücke dicht: Verkehrskollaps in Lüdenscheid?; Ermittlungsgruppe Berg: über 430 Tatverdächtige; Nachrichten des Tages im Panorama; Brexit - wie gehts eigentlich weiter?; Nach der WM: Boom bei Darts-Clubs im Revier. Moderation: Wolfgang Meyer.

WDR 5 Westblick
WDR 5 Westblick Ganze Sendung (10.01.2022)

WDR 5 Westblick

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 28:33


Der Tag in NRW : Schulministerin Gebauer: Start "gut gelungen"; Onlineplattform vermittelt Medizinstudierende; "Omas gegen Rechts" auch in der Eifel aktiv; Nachrichten des Tages im Panorama; Handwerk braucht mehr junge Leute, aber wie?; Wuppertal: Diakonie lässt assistierten Suizid zu. Moderation: Beate Kowollik

WDR 5 Westblick
WDR 5 Westblick Ganze Sendung (06.01.2022)

WDR 5 Westblick

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 30:25


Der Tag in NRW :Kommunen kommen bei der Corona-Kontaktnachverfolgung nicht mehr hinterher; Interview mit Thomas Jungbluth, LKA-Ermittler im Ruhestand; Nachrichten des Tages im Panorama; Gelsenkirchen: Bergleute fürchten um ihr Wohnrecht; Baubranche in der Pandemie: Baustoffe fehlen. Moderation: Uwe Schulz

Ahora Dicen
Burlón: "El panorama es muy alentador, tenemos casi un 97% de ocupación"

Ahora Dicen

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 10:45


Gastón Burlón en comunicación con Ahora Dicen para Futurock FM

WDR 5 Westblick
WDR 5 Westblick Ganze Sendung (05.01.2022)

WDR 5 Westblick

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 28:55


Der Tag in NRW : Interview mit Grünen-Fraktionschefin Josefine Paul zum Schulstart und zur KMK; Zugausfälle durch das Abellio-Aus; Portrait des jüngsten Fährmanns auf dem deutschen Rhein; Panorama; Prozessbeginn gegen den Mann der mutmaßlich die Waffe an Walter Lübckes Mörder gab; Wie läuft es nach zwei Jahren Pandemie in der Kita?; Moderation: Michael Brocker

Porsche Club Insider
Unkept Porsche promises and culinary disappointments

Porsche Club Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 58:15


The crew discusses a variety of topics during their last podcast of 2021. First up, who is using winter tires and why they’re good to have if you live in a cold climate. They also review driving impressions of an $80K racing sim with full motion. In Porsche news, thoughts are shared on the recent factory-released photos of the upcoming LMDh car as well as the announcement of Porsche Pop Up Stores. Damon gives us sneak peeks into soon to be released PCA video and Rob shares what to expect in future Panoramas. You get to hear Vu and Manny talk about what went behind the scenes during a recent Tech Tactics Live. The gang finishes with Porsche related new year’s resolutions.

WDR 5 Westblick
WDR 5 Westblick Ganze Sendung (04.01.2022)

WDR 5 Westblick

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 30:41


Der Tag in NRW : Mehr 2G+ in Wuppertal; Interview mit Yvonne Gebauer, NRW-Schulministerin, zum Ferienende; Nachrichten des Tages im Panorama; Wie haben Supermärkte das zweite Coronajahr überstanden?; Gute Nachricht: Ruhrgbietskneipe eröffnet. Moderation: Beate Kowollik

Los Fantañeros- Los #1 en Fantasy Football
FINAL DE TEMPORADA FANTASY FOOTBALL 2021 + Panorama de Playoffs + Ganadores de ligas

Los Fantañeros- Los #1 en Fantasy Football

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 40:17


Cortito pero divertidísimo capítulo en el que oficialmente nos despedimos de la temporada de Fantasy Football 2021, vemos a los Superman y Supermancitos de la semana 17 de la NFL, últimas noticias. También les platicamos como está el panorama y todos los escenarios posibles para los próximos playoffs de la liga, les platicamos como va a estar el Playoff Challenge y mucho más…Instagram: @losfantaneros https://www.instagram.com/losfantaneros/Twitter: @losfantaneros https://twitter.com/losfantanerosYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvkU3Pv9tivdnacgFd7E9fgMercancía: https://donchango.com/collections/fantaneros#fantasyfootball #nfl #football #nflnews #sports #nfldraft #fantasyfootballadvice #nflfootball #fantasy #espn #fantasysports #nflmemes #nflfantasy #americanfootball #fantasyfootballdraft #fpl #fantasyfootballnews #nflfantasyfootball #podcast #podcastenespañol #spotify #applepodcast #googlepodcast

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice
0369 - Your Natural ‘Read Rate'

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 2:46


2022.01.04 – S2004 – 0369 - Your Natural ‘Read Rate'YOUR NATURAL READ-RATEThere is no ‘correct' speed to read. It is likely to be determined by:· the amount you have to say· the time that you have got to say it in· the content of the script and· the energy that you are being asked to bring to it. Let's take a look at each of those. With a commercial voiceover, it may be that you are asked to say “Probably the best lager in the world” and make it last 5 seconds. Or have a 50-word Terms and Conditions statement to read at the end of an advert – and 10 seconds to say it in. So, it is obvious how the number of words and the available duration affects the speed of those words being said (as well as how they will be said). You may also be directed to read a commercial for a luxury watch at a slower pace than one for a family runabout hatchback. A news bulletin for a dance music station may, in general, have more pace than one for an easy listening format.Audio recording script and show notes (c) 2021, 2022 Peter StewartThrough these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every episode!And as themes develop over the weeks (that is, they are not random topics day-by-day), this is a free, course to help you GET A BETTER BROADCAST, PODCAST AND VIDEO VOICE.Look out for more details of the book during 2023.Contacts: https://linktr.ee/Peter_StewartPeter has been around voice and audio all his working life and has trained hundreds of broadcasters in all styles of radio from pop music stations such as Capital FM and BBC Radio 1, the classical music station BBC Radio 3 and regional BBC stations. He's trained news presenters on regional TV, the BBC News Channel and on flagship programmes such as the BBC's Panorama. He has written a number of books on audio and video presentation and production (see contacts clink above) and presented hundreds of radio shows (you may have heard him on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, Virgin Radio or Kiss, as well as BBC regional radio) with various formats. He has read tens of thousands of news bulletins and hosted 3,000+ podcast episodes.The podcast title refers to those who may wish to change their speaking voice in some way. It is not a suggestion that anyone should, or be pressured into needing to. We love accents and dialects, and are well aware that how we speak changes over time. The key is: is your voice successfully communicating your message, so it is being understood (and potentially being acted upon) by your target audience?This podcast is London-based and examples are spoken in the RP (Received Pronunciation) / standard-English / BBC English pronunciation, although invariably applicable to other languages, accents and dialects. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Es así y punto con Hernán Pereyra
Duro panorama para México y Concacaf

Es así y punto con Hernán Pereyra

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 48:14


Hernán Pereyra analiza la situación de México en la eliminatorias para el Mundial de Catar 2022, el inicio del torneo Clausura de la liga BBVA MX y la llegada de Ferran Torres al Barcelona.

Luis Cárdenas
Panorama económico para 2022

Luis Cárdenas

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 13:10


Sergio Negrete, doctor en economía y profesor del ITESO, platicó con Enrique Rodríguez, en ausencia de Luis Cárdenas, nos da un panorama de la economía en 2022.

Los Mero Meros de la Raza - Unanimo Deportes
Hugo Sánchez le da la bendición a Chicharito ¿Pueden cambiar el panorama? ¿Quiere de verdad volver al Tri?

Los Mero Meros de la Raza - Unanimo Deportes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 39:49


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Radio Duna | Información Privilegiada
Imacec de 14,3%, panorama económico y la visión de InvestChile

Radio Duna | Información Privilegiada

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022


Entrevistas con Carlos Budnevich, académico de la U. de los Andes y ex SBIF, y con Andrés Rodríguez, director de InvestChile.

Les enjeux internationaux
Turquie : la crise économique d'Erdogan ?

Les enjeux internationaux

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 12:21


durée : 00:12:21 - Les Enjeux internationaux - par : Julie Gacon - En Turquie, le cours de la livre est en chute libre après une année noire pour la politique monétaire du pays. Alors que les ménages voient leurs épargnes fondre et le coût de la vie augmenter, le règne de Recep Erdogan sur presque deux décennies est scrutée d'un nouveau regard. - invités : Deniz Ünal Economiste et rédactrice en chef de la collection Panorama du CEPII, auteure du rapport 2019 sur "L'onde de choc du Brexit sur la maison Europe et la France"

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice
0368 – The Speed of the Read

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 4:12


2022.01.03 – S2003 - 0368 – The Speed of the ReadWith voice skills I often think of one of the last scenes of the classic film “The Wizard of Oz,” when Toto pulls away the curtain to show the Wizard pulling various levers, spinning dials and cranking handles.Reading aloud or presenting, also involves changing (albeit with more finesse and care) so many different ‘settings': your pitch, tone, projection, and also your speed (sometimes called ‘the tempo').In this chapter we'll look at the different situations we may want to speak fast or slow, and some of the advantages and disadvantages of doing so. Plus, associated topics of speaking to time, backtiming, how you calculate how long a script might be, how to stop being chased by a music bed and how tech can help you sound faster than you actually are.From fast-talkers to slow talkers, we'll also take the speedometer down to zero and talk about the ‘power of the pause' and why it's so useful in presentations.Audio recording script and show notes (c) 2021, 2022 Peter StewartThrough these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every episode!And as themes develop over the weeks (that is, they are not random topics day-by-day), this is a free, course to help you GET A BETTER BROADCAST, PODCAST AND VOICE-OVER VOICE.Look out for more details of the book during 2023.Contacts: https://linktr.ee/Peter_StewartPeter has been around voice and audio all his working life and has trained hundreds of broadcasters in all styles of radio from pop music stations such as Capital FM and BBC Radio 1, the classical music station BBC Radio 3 and regional BBC stations. He's trained news presenters on regional TV, the BBC News Channel and on flagship programmes such as the BBC's Panorama. He has written a number of books on audio and video presentation and production (see contacts clink above) and presented hundreds of radio shows (you may have heard him on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, Virgin Radio or Kiss, as well as BBC regional radio) with various formats. He has read tens of thousands of news bulletins and hosted 3,000+ podcast episodes.The podcast title refers to those who may wish to change their speaking voice in some way. It is not a suggestion that anyone should, or be pressured into needing to. We love accents and dialects, and are well aware that how we speak changes over time. The key is: is your voice successfully communicating your message, so it is being understood (and potentially being acted upon) by your target audience?This podcast is London-based and examples are spoken in the RP (Received Pronunciation) / standard-English / BBC English pronunciation, although invariably applicable to other languages, accents and dialects.Music credits: all Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license "Beauty Flow" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5025-beauty-flow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice
0367 - The Speed of the Read - Introduction

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 5:15


2022.01.02 - S2/002 - The Speed of the Read - IntroductionA new year and a new topic to get your teeth in to.Today, an overview of the skills in reading fast and slow, and everything in between - including dead slow or stop: the pause!Audio recording script and show notes (c) 2021, 2022 Peter StewartThrough these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every episode!And as themes develop over the weeks (that is, they are not random topics day-by-day), this is a free, course to help you GET A BETTER BROADCAST, PODCAST AND VIDEO VOICE.Look out for more details of the book during 2023.Contacts: https://linktr.ee/Peter_StewartPeter has been around voice and audio all his working life and has trained hundreds of broadcasters in all styles of radio from pop music stations such as Capital FM and BBC Radio 1, the classical music station BBC Radio 3 and regional BBC stations. He's trained news presenters on regional TV, the BBC News Channel and on flagship programmes such as the BBC's Panorama. He has written a number of books on audio and video presentation and production (see contacts clink above) and presented hundreds of radio shows (you may have heard him on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, Virgin Radio or Kiss, as well as BBC regional radio) with various formats. He has read tens of thousands of news bulletins and hosted 3,000+ podcast episodes.The podcast title refers to those who may wish to change their speaking voice in some way. It is not a suggestion that anyone should, or be pressured into needing to. We love accents and dialects, and are well aware that how we speak changes over time. The key is: is your voice successfully communicating your message, so it is being understood (and potentially being acted upon) by your target audience?This podcast is London-based and examples are spoken in the RP (Received Pronunciation) / standard-English / BBC English pronunciation, although invariably applicable to other languages, accents and dialects.Music credits: all Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license "Beauty Flow" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5025-beauty-flow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice
0366 – A Look Ahead To Season 2

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 5:24


2022.01.01 – S2001 – A Look Ahead To Season 2Audio recording script and show notes (c) 2021, 2022 Peter StewartThrough these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every episode!And as themes develop over the weeks (that is, they are not random topics day-by-day), this is a free, course to help you GET A BETTER BROADCAST, PODCAST AND VIDEO VOICE.Look out for more details of the book during 2023.Contacts: https://linktr.ee/Peter_StewartPeter has been around voice and audio all his working life and has trained hundreds of broadcasters in all styles of radio from pop music stations such as Capital FM and BBC Radio 1, the classical music station BBC Radio 3 and regional BBC stations. He's trained news presenters on regional TV, the BBC News Channel and on flagship programmes such as the BBC's Panorama. He has written a number of books on audio and video presentation and production (see contacts clink above) and presented hundreds of radio shows (you may have heard him on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, Virgin Radio or Kiss, as well as BBC regional radio) with various formats. He has read tens of thousands of news bulletins and hosted 3,000+ podcast episodes.The podcast title refers to those who may wish to change their speaking voice in some way. It is not a suggestion that anyone should, or be pressured into needing to. We love accents and dialects, and are well aware that how we speak changes over time. The key is: is your voice successfully communicating your message, so it is being understood (and potentially being acted upon) by your target audience?This podcast is London-based and examples are spoken in the RP (Received Pronunciation) / standard-English / BBC English pronunciation, although invariably applicable to other languages, accents and dialects.Music credits: all Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license "Beauty Flow" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5025-beauty-flow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice
0365 - The End of Season One

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 4:27


In which I look back at the voice topics covered in Season 1 of the unique, daily podcast series.Audio recording script and show notes (c) 2021 Peter StewartThrough these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every episode!And as themes develop over the weeks (that is, they are not random topics day-by-day), this is a free, course to help you GET A BETTER BROADCAST, PODCAST AND VIDEO VOICE.Look out for more details of the book during 2022.Contacts: https://linktr.ee/Peter_StewartPeter has been around voice and audio all his working life and has trained hundreds of broadcasters in all styles of radio from pop music stations such as Capital FM and BBC Radio 1, the classical music station BBC Radio 3 and regional BBC stations. He's trained news presenters on regional TV, the BBC News Channel and on flagship programmes such as the BBC's Panorama. He has written a number of books on audio and video presentation and production (see contacts clink above) and presented hundreds of radio shows (you may have heard him on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, Virgin Radio or Kiss, as well as BBC regional radio) with various formats. He has read tens of thousands of news bulletins and hosted 3,000+ podcast episodes.The podcast title refers to those who may wish to change their speaking voice in some way. It is not a suggestion that anyone should, or be pressured into needing to. We love accents and dialects, and are well aware that how we speak changes over time. The key is: is your voice successfully communicating your message, so it is being understood (and potentially being acted upon) by your target audience?This podcast is London-based and examples are spoken in the RP (Received Pronunciation) / standard-English / BBC English pronunciation, although invariably applicable to other languages, accents and dialects.Music credits: all Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license "Beauty Flow" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5025-beauty-flow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Luis Cárdenas
Programa completo Luis Cárdenas 30 Diciembre

Luis Cárdenas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 172:44


CDMX con capacidad de desplegar camas covid de ser necesario: Oliva López Arellano. 'Mi madre es inocente': Mariana Moguel, hija de Rosario Robles, Panorama en el tema de migración para el 2022.

Luis Cárdenas
Panorama en el tema de migración para el 2022

Luis Cárdenas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 11:46


En entrevista con Enrique Rodríguez, en ausencia de Luis Cárdenas, Eunice Rendón, coordinadora de Agenda Migrante brindó un panorama en el tema de migración para el 2022.

Almuerzo de Negocios
Jueves 30 de diciembre - Panorama económico y bursátil del 2021 con Eriden Estrella

Almuerzo de Negocios

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 124:14


Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice
0364 - Bonus Guest Episode - Live Announcing

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 9:25


The last of three bonus episodes in which I'm joined by a fellow broadcaster and voice over artist ANTHONY DAVIS with his own insight and perspective on voice and presentation skills. Anthony is a British broadcaster, writer and voiceover artist, born in London and now based in LA, he's worked on radio and TV shows, in news and presentation, and has voiced campaigns and commercials, documentaries and live events.Audio recording script and show notes (c) 2021 Peter StewartThrough these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every episode!And as themes develop over the weeks (that is, they are not random topics day-by-day), this is a free, course to help you GET A BETTER BROADCAST, PODCAST AND VIDEO VOICE.Look out for more details of the book during 2022.Contacts: https://linktr.ee/Peter_StewartPeter has been around voice and audio all his working life and has trained hundreds of broadcasters in all styles of radio from pop music stations such as Capital FM and BBC Radio 1, the classical music station BBC Radio 3 and regional BBC stations. He's trained news presenters on regional TV, the BBC News Channel and on flagship programmes such as the BBC's Panorama. He has written a number of books on audio and video presentation and production (see contacts clink above) and presented hundreds of radio shows (you may have heard him on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, Virgin Radio or Kiss, as well as BBC regional radio) with various formats. He has read tens of thousands of news bulletins and hosted 3,000+ podcast episodes.The podcast title refers to those who may wish to change their speaking voice in some way. It is not a suggestion that anyone should, or be pressured into needing to. We love accents and dialects, and are well aware that how we speak changes over time. The key is: is your voice successfully communicating your message, so it is being understood (and potentially being acted upon) by your target audience?This podcast is London-based and examples are spoken in the RP (Received Pronunciation) / standard-English / BBC English pronunciation, although invariably applicable to other languages, accents and dialects.Music credits: all Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license "Beauty Flow" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5025-beauty-flow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Luis Cárdenas
¿Cuál es el panorama educativo para este 2022?

Luis Cárdenas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 16:08


En entrevista con Enrique Rodríguez, en ausencia de Luis Cárdenas, Marco Fernández, investigador de México Evalúa planteó el panorama educativo para este 2022.

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice
0363 - Bonus Guest Epsiode - Voice Overs and Accents

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 7:51


Over three bonus episodes I'm joined by a fellow broadcaster and voice over artist ANTHONY DAVIS with his own insight and perspective on voice and presentation skills. Anthony is a British broadcaster, writer and voiceover artist, born in London and now based in LA, he's worked on radio and TV shows, in news and presentation, and has voiced campaigns and commercials, documentaries and live events.Audio recording script and show notes (c) 2021 Peter StewartThrough these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every episode!And as themes develop over the weeks (that is, they are not random topics day-by-day), this is a free, course to help you GET A BETTER BROADCAST, PODCAST AND VIDEO VOICE.Look out for more details of the book during 2022.Contacts: https://linktr.ee/Peter_StewartPeter has been around voice and audio all his working life and has trained hundreds of broadcasters in all styles of radio from pop music stations such as Capital FM and BBC Radio 1, the classical music station BBC Radio 3 and regional BBC stations. He's trained news presenters on regional TV, the BBC News Channel and on flagship programmes such as the BBC's Panorama. He has written a number of books on audio and video presentation and production (see contacts clink above) and presented hundreds of radio shows (you may have heard him on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, Virgin Radio or Kiss, as well as BBC regional radio) with various formats. He has read tens of thousands of news bulletins and hosted 3,000+ podcast episodes.The podcast title refers to those who may wish to change their speaking voice in some way. It is not a suggestion that anyone should, or be pressured into needing to. We love accents and dialects, and are well aware that how we speak changes over time. The key is: is your voice successfully communicating your message, so it is being understood (and potentially being acted upon) by your target audience?This podcast is London-based and examples are spoken in the RP (Received Pronunciation) / standard-English / BBC English pronunciation, although invariably applicable to other languages, accents and dialects.Music credits: all Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license "Beauty Flow" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5025-beauty-flow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Radio Duna | Información Privilegiada
Mercados, productividad nacional y próximo Gobierno y panorama de impuestos

Radio Duna | Información Privilegiada

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021


Entrevistas con Rodrigo Krell, secretario ejecutivo de la Comision de Productividad, y con Alejandra Ross, abogada tributaria del estudio Arteaga Gorziglia.

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice
0362 - Bonus Guest Episode - Mics and The Fonzie Factor

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 8:02


Over the next three bonus episodes I'm joined by a fellow broadcaster and voice over artist ANTHONY DAVIS with his own insight and perspective on voice and presentation skills. Anthony is a British broadcaster, writer and voiceover artist, born in London and now based in LA, he's worked on radio and TV shows, in news and presentation, and has voiced campaigns and commercials, documentaries and live events.Audio recording script and show notes (c) 2021 Peter StewartThrough these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every episode!And as themes develop over the weeks (that is, they are not random topics day-by-day), this is a free, course to help you GET A BETTER BROADCAST, PODCAST AND VIDEO VOICE.Look out for more details of the book during 2022.Contacts: https://linktr.ee/Peter_StewartPeter has been around voice and audio all his working life and has trained hundreds of broadcasters in all styles of radio from pop music stations such as Capital FM and BBC Radio 1, the classical music station BBC Radio 3 and regional BBC stations. He's trained news presenters on regional TV, the BBC News Channel and on flagship programmes such as the BBC's Panorama. He has written a number of books on audio and video presentation and production (see contacts clink above) and presented hundreds of radio shows (you may have heard him on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, Virgin Radio or Kiss, as well as BBC regional radio) with various formats. He has read tens of thousands of news bulletins and hosted 3,000+ podcast episodes.The podcast title refers to those who may wish to change their speaking voice in some way. It is not a suggestion that anyone should, or be pressured into needing to. We love accents and dialects, and are well aware that how we speak changes over time. The key is: is your voice successfully communicating your message, so it is being understood (and potentially being acted upon) by your target audience?This podcast is London-based and examples are spoken in the RP (Received Pronunciation) / standard-English / BBC English pronunciation, although invariably applicable to other languages, accents and dialects.Music credits: all Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license "Beauty Flow" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5025-beauty-flow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Effetto notte le notizie in 60 minuti
Omicron, norme da rivedere?

Effetto notte le notizie in 60 minuti

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021


L'andamento della pandemia in questi giorni festivi: il tasso di positività sale all'8,9 %. Ne parliamo con Roberto Battiston, fisico ed ex direttore dell'Agenzia Spaziale Italiana. Un anno fa le prime vaccinazioni in Italia, collegata con noi Maria Rosaria Capobianchi, ricercatrice a capo del team dello Spallanzani che ha contribuito a isolare il virus. È stata una delle prime persone ad essere vaccinate lo scorso anno.Caos nelle farmacie per i tamponi in questi giorni, facciamo il punto con Francesca Minella, Direttrice tecnica de LaFarmacia, del punto Mac Mahon di Milano. Mascherine: sui mezzi pubblici pochi usano le FFP2 nonostante la nuova normativa, sentiamo David Cartacci, Rappresentante coordinamento RSU FILT CGIL, ATAC di Roma, che ci spiega come si sta muovendo l'azienda romana. Più di ottomila voli sono stati cancellati negli ultimi tre giorni a causa degli aumenti dei contagi. Leonard Barbieri, del Corriere della Sera, ci aggiorna sulla situazione attuale. In Germania i contagi calano dopo il lockdown dei non vaccinati. Da Berlino, Daniel Mosseri, giornalista freelance che collabora con il Foglio, Panorama e Il Giornale. Natale alla Speedline, 200 operai in presidio davanti allo stabilimento di Santa Maria di Sala (Venezia). L'azienda vorrebbe delocalizzare all'estero la produzione di gomme, sono più di 800 i lavoratori che rischiano il posto. Con noi Giampaolo Albanese, delegato RSU della Speedline di Santa Maria di Sala. La Carovana Salvacibo di Torino: il progetto di Eco dalle Città e Rete delle Case del Quartiere di Torino per contrastare lo spreco alimentare e sostenere chi si si trova in difficoltà. Ci racconta questa bellissima iniziativa Giulio Baroni, coordinatore del progetto. Il paese che ha regalato una casa nuova ad Anna, senza più nessuno dopo la morte della cagnetta Trilli. Oreste Capelli, sindaco di Frassinoro (MO), ci racconta come è andata. Nelle prossime ore pioggia e neve, l'aggiornamento sul tempo con Antonio Sanò, Il Meteo.it.

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice
0361 – Projection Through A Mask

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 2:02


2021.12.27 – 0361 – Projection Through A Mask As I write this, the world is still mid-pandemic, and even though the use of masks has declined somewhat it's a chance to write some notes on what we have learnt since early 2020.Wearing a mask:· it is harder to be heard, which can lead to a strained voiceo so, you need to be clearer with your diction· it is harder to be heard, which can lead to a muffled voiceo so, you need to consider a greater variety of modulation, tone, intonation and focussed projection, especially concentrating on ends of sentences.· hides your facial expressions – especially the ‘micro expressions' that we do without thinkingo so, consider using other gestures perhaps with your eyes (raising your eyebrows, ‘smiling' with your eyes), your head (cocking to one side, nodding, shaking), using your hands (we have much more on how gestures help your voice, later) Audio recording script and show notes (c) 2021 Peter StewartThrough these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every episode!And as themes develop over the weeks (that is, they are not random topics day-by-day), this is a free, course to help you GET A BETTER BROADCAST, PODCAST AND VIDEO VOICE.Look out for more details of the book during 2022.Contacts: https://linktr.ee/Peter_StewartPeter has been around voice and audio all his working life and has trained hundreds of broadcasters in all styles of radio from pop music stations such as Capital FM and BBC Radio 1, the classical music station BBC Radio 3 and regional BBC stations. He's trained news presenters on regional TV, the BBC News Channel and on flagship programmes such as the BBC's Panorama. He has written a number of books on audio and video presentation and production (see contacts clink above) and presented hundreds of radio shows (you may have heard him on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, Virgin Radio or Kiss, as well as BBC regional radio) with various formats. He has read tens of thousands of news bulletins and hosted 3,000+ podcast episodes.The podcast title refers to those who may wish to change their speaking voice in some way. It is not a suggestion that anyone should, or be pressured into needing to. We love accents and dialects, and are well aware that how we speak changes over time. The key is: is your voice successfully communicating your message, so it is being understood (and potentially being acted upon) by your target audience?This podcast is London-based and examples are spoken in the RP (Received Pronunciation) / standard-English / BBC English pronunciation, although invariably applicable to other languages, accents and dialects.Music credits: all Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license "Beauty Flow" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5025-beauty-flow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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0360 – Volume and Your Vocal Strength

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 3:10


2021.12.26 – 0360 – Volume and Your Vocal Strength A loud voice, when it is necessary, comes from having a good foundation in ‘vocal strength', and as we saw earlier, the foundations of that come from things like good breath support, how you sit and stand, and relaxation. It's a bit like a family car and a supercar: they can both do 50mph but the supercar will do it more easily and comfortably with more support. It is a capability more within its range. When you raise your voice and shout, your larynx is raised, and you produce a loud, high and strident voice - you don't shout with a low voice. Simply using volume verging on shouting without support, can cause tension in your upper body and damage your vocal folds leading to a loss of voice or sore throat. Speaking loudly, rather than shouting, produces less range and folds that are strained. Conversely, talking quietly may have its roots in a physical problem, or indeed cause one. You may have an inherent weakness in your vocal cords, or a breathing problem (either to do with your lungs or maybe your frame). If you ‘choose' to talk quietly or not very often, your voice may grow weak from lack of use. Whispering can cause ‘vocal troubles': lots of air going through strained cords is not good for them, so simply speak softly instead. The Goldilocks volume (not too loud, not too soft, but just right), is your real, conversational one, in which you can use your full natural vocal range without it being forced or faked, too high or low, too loud or soft which may lead to damage. Remember your voice is the instrument through which you make your living. And again, breathing is the key thing. Breath is your ‘volume controller' and it all starts with diaphragmatic breathing.We looked at this early on in the course – breathing using your stomach muscles. Doing this means you take in more oxygen more efficiently and avoids strains on parts of your body that aren't meant to be used for breathing, such as your back, neck and chest muscles.You can control your projection using the same stomach muscles you use in good breathing, and as you might expect, good projection is also an effect of confidence, which will give you better breathing and a better voice too.Audio recording script and show notes (c) 2021 Peter StewartThrough these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every episode!And as themes develop over the weeks (that is, they are not random topics day-by-day), this is a free, course to help you GET A BETTER BROADCAST, PODCAST AND VIDEO VOICE.Look out for more details of the book during 2022.Contacts: https://linktr.ee/Peter_StewartPeter has been around voice and audio all his working life and has trained hundreds of broadcasters in all styles of radio from pop music stations such as Capital FM and BBC Radio 1, the classical music station BBC Radio 3 and regional BBC stations. He's trained news presenters on regional TV, the BBC News Channel and on flagship programmes such as the BBC's Panorama. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice
0359 – Volume, Mics and Processing

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 1:58


2021.12.25 – 0359 – Volume, Mics and ProcessingStudio work is different from stage work: as we have already discussed you usually don't need to be projecting your voice or raising it beyond the level of a normal animated conversation with someone sitting close to you. That is, a level that if someone was siting almost touching you, they'd neither lean in to catch what you were saying, nor move away. Presenters who shout, are often pushing their listener away from them. Again, it is this real, conversational voice that will connect you with your audience. Having said that, it can be tricky to gauge your volume when you're wearing headphones … and when you are using a sensitive mic … and perhaps faced with a desk of volume knobs and faders which may also have altered your sound.A tip here is to take your headphones off from one of your ears. Listening to yourself through headphones gives a false sense of our voice, it's ‘too close' and unnatural (we don't hear ourselves like this when we talk with friends), and therefore won't help a natural read. Take an ear off, and you will better connect with your ‘real you', with less projection and promotion, and more authenticity and credibility. You'll be focussing more on what you're saying to entice, engage, explain, educate, entertain… and less oh how you're saying it. Just like in life. (There's more on mic technique, later.)Audio recording script and show notes (c) 2021 Peter StewartThrough these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every episode!And as themes develop over the weeks (that is, they are not random topics day-by-day), this is a free, course to help you GET A BETTER BROADCAST, PODCAST AND VIDEO VOICE.Look out for more details of the book during 2022.Contacts: https://linktr.ee/Peter_StewartPeter has been around voice and audio all his working life and has trained hundreds of broadcasters in all styles of radio from pop music stations such as Capital FM and BBC Radio 1, the classical music station BBC Radio 3 and regional BBC stations. He's trained news presenters on regional TV, the BBC News Channel and on flagship programmes such as the BBC's Panorama. He has written a number of books on audio and video presentation and production (see contacts clink above) and presented hundreds of radio shows (you may have heard him on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, Virgin Radio or Kiss, as well as BBC regional radio) with various formats. He has read tens of thousands of news bulletins and hosted 3,000+ podcast episodes.The podcast title refers to those who may wish to change their speaking voice in some way. It is not a suggestion that anyone should, or be pressured into needing to. We love accents and dialects, and are well aware that how we speak changes over time. The key is: is your voice successfully communicating your message, so it is being understood (and potentially being acted upon) by your target audience?This podcast is London-based and examples are spoken in the RP (Received Pronunciation) / standard-English / BBC English pronunciation, although invariably applicable to other languages, accents and dialects. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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0358 – Volume In Character

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 1:30


2021.12.24 – 0358 – Volume In CharacterA certain volume or projection may be part of a character you play – perhaps in an animation, video game, commercial, voiceover or book reading. You need to be able to recall the vocal characteristics of that character so they sound the same page after page, or (hopefully) booking after booking. You can make notes describing the level but that can be a tricky. What you may find better is a description of who you ‘channel' when in character, the kind of person, their physical attributes. How do you hold your body when you ‘are' this person? What does inhabiting their body make you feel? These notes can be in text, or perhaps as part of an audio file in which you read lines of the character but also describe the sound and the feeling verbally. Then you have a reference point to more easily slip into the voice on a future date.Audio recording script and show notes (c) 2021 Peter StewartThrough these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every episode!And as themes develop over the weeks (that is, they are not random topics day-by-day), this is a free, course to help you GET A BETTER BROADCAST, PODCAST AND VIDEO VOICE.Look out for more details of the book during 2022.Contacts: https://linktr.ee/Peter_StewartPeter has been around voice and audio all his working life and has trained hundreds of broadcasters in all styles of radio from pop music stations such as Capital FM and BBC Radio 1, the classical music station BBC Radio 3 and regional BBC stations. He's trained news presenters on regional TV, the BBC News Channel and on flagship programmes such as the BBC's Panorama. He has written a number of books on audio and video presentation and production (see contacts clink above) and presented hundreds of radio shows (you may have heard him on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, Virgin Radio or Kiss, as well as BBC regional radio) with various formats. He has read tens of thousands of news bulletins and hosted 3,000+ podcast episodes.The podcast title refers to those who may wish to change their speaking voice in some way. It is not a suggestion that anyone should, or be pressured into needing to. We love accents and dialects, and are well aware that how we speak changes over time. The key is: is your voice successfully communicating your message, so it is being understood (and potentially being acted upon) by your target audience?This podcast is London-based and examples are spoken in the RP (Received Pronunciation) / standard-English / BBC English pronunciation, although invariably applicable to other languages, accents and dialects.Music credits: all Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license "Beauty Flow" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5025-beauty-flow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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2021.12.23 – 0357 – Volume VarietyOne of the most important tools to use to engage and persuade is a variety of voice volume - there is a huge power in dropping or raising your voice.To read every story with the same projection level is wearing on your voice and on the listeners' ears and is not conducive to understanding. Information as a wall of sound is less-easily interpreted than ‘light and shade', where you might present significant news with more projection than a lighter ‘and finally' story. Having the same volume throughout a presentation may make you look and sound one-dimensionally dull. And if you're boring and people aren't listening to you, they may still be looking, at your socks, your hair …. and start to criticise those parts of you as well as your voice, your style and your content: a triple whammy.Like with how fast you read, you can increase the volume in parts of a script that are more exciting and energetic (power, assertiveness, a call to action), ‘up' the projection for more intense parts, and go softer for the lines which evoke poverty, heartache and sadness. After all sympathy comes with softness.A change in volume catches attention and creates dramatic or sympathetic tension in a presentation. A careful variety of volume without bordering on the manic, will help engage.Audio recording script and show notes (c) 2021 Peter StewartThrough these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every episode!And as themes develop over the weeks (that is, they are not random topics day-by-day), this is a free, course to help you GET A BETTER BROADCAST, PODCAST AND VIDEO VOICE.Look out for more details of the book during 2022.Contacts: https://linktr.ee/Peter_StewartPeter has been around voice and audio all his working life and has trained hundreds of broadcasters in all styles of radio from pop music stations such as Capital FM and BBC Radio 1, the classical music station BBC Radio 3 and regional BBC stations. He's trained news presenters on regional TV, the BBC News Channel and on flagship programmes such as the BBC's Panorama. He has written a number of books on audio and video presentation and production (see contacts clink above) and presented hundreds of radio shows (you may have heard him on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, Virgin Radio or Kiss, as well as BBC regional radio) with various formats. He has read tens of thousands of news bulletins and hosted 3,000+ podcast episodes.The podcast title refers to those who may wish to change their speaking voice in some way. It is not a suggestion that anyone should, or be pressured into needing to. We love accents and dialects, and are well aware that how we speak changes over time. The key is: is your voice successfully communicating your message, so it is being understood (and potentially being acted upon) by your target audience?This podcast is London-based and examples are spoken in the RP (Received Pronunciation) / standard-English / BBC English pronunciation, although invariably applicable to other languages, accents and dialects. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Vidal Muniz
Sesión 6 (Definición & Propósito de la Profecía) Panorama del Antiguo Testamento

Vidal Muniz

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 102:33


Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice
0356 – Getting A Louder Voice

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 1:56


2021.12.22 – 0356 – Getting A Louder Voice This obviously depends on which of the above issues (or others) is the cause but here are a few pointers:For (suspected) physical reasons – consult your family doctor or GP in the first instance about issues to do with breathing, and talk with them about a possible referral to an ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat) specialist, or a speech therapist. For confidence issues – speak with a doctor about any worries, insecurities or anxieties you may have and who may be able to refer you to a counsellor; getting advice on your hair, skin and clothes – a change to these areas may give you more confidence and dissipate the worries of people looking at you as you talk; acting and singing lessons and groups, public speaking events (such as Toastmasters); work on your voice in your own time with warm up, articulation and breathing exercises, reading aloud at a cat or a cushion placed an increasing distance from you.Audio recording script and show notes (c) 2021 Peter StewartThrough these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every episode!And as themes develop over the weeks (that is, they are not random topics day-by-day), this is a free, course to help you GET A BETTER BROADCAST, PODCAST AND VIDEO VOICE.Look out for more details of the book during 2022.Contacts: https://linktr.ee/Peter_StewartPeter has been around voice and audio all his working life and has trained hundreds of broadcasters in all styles of radio from pop music stations such as Capital FM and BBC Radio 1, the classical music station BBC Radio 3 and regional BBC stations. He's trained news presenters on regional TV, the BBC News Channel and on flagship programmes such as the BBC's Panorama. He has written a number of books on audio and video presentation and production (see contacts clink above) and presented hundreds of radio shows (you may have heard him on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, Virgin Radio or Kiss, as well as BBC regional radio) with various formats. He has read tens of thousands of news bulletins and hosted 3,000+ podcast episodes.The podcast title refers to those who may wish to change their speaking voice in some way. It is not a suggestion that anyone should, or be pressured into needing to. We love accents and dialects, and are well aware that how we speak changes over time. The key is: is your voice successfully communicating your message, so it is being understood (and potentially being acted upon) by your target audience?This podcast is London-based and examples are spoken in the RP (Received Pronunciation) / standard-English / BBC English pronunciation, although invariably applicable to other languages, accents and dialects.Music credits: all Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license "Beauty Flow" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5025-beauty-flow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Radio Praga - Español
Chequia en 30 minutos 21/12/2021

Radio Praga - Español

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 29:19


Un biochip checo detecta el coronavirus en pocos minutos con la exactitud de un PCR. La carpa: el plato estrella de la Navidad checa que es olvidado el resto del año. Panorama.

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice
0355 – Reasons Why Some People Talk More Softly

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 2:42


2021.12.21 – 0355 – Reasons Why Some People Talk More SoftlyThere may be physical, psychological and social reasons someone speaks softly.Physical:· Weakness in their vocal cords or breathing problems· Nerves can lead to a feeling that your vocal cords are ‘closing down' – we looked at this previously – a mental attitude that can lead to tension and shallow breathing· Lack of practice! If someone has not spoken for a while, perhaps working from home, their voice may be easily strained on their return to the office.Psychological· Lack of concentration on the topic or the listeners, or ‘reading the room' can lead to mumbling.· Lack of confidence in the topic can lead to ideas being ‘thrown away', and being said more softly· A quiet voice may be down to someone being self-conscious, perhaps about how they look, their face perhaps or their teeth, or maybe because the think their voice doesn't suit them (it's ‘too' high or low), or perhaps because of a lisp· It could be down to stress or depression…Social reasons· Perhaps coming from a quietly-spoken family, one where children were encouraged to be “seen and not heard”, perhaps some religious communities, or perhaps being a single child· Or coming from a large or loud family where siblings were so exuberant it was easier to stay schtum than to fight to be heard.Audio recording script and show notes (c) 2021 Peter StewartThrough these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every episode!And as themes develop over the weeks (that is, they are not random topics day-by-day), this is a free, course to help you GET A BETTER BROADCAST, PODCAST AND VIDEO VOICE.Look out for more details of the book during 2022.Contacts: https://linktr.ee/Peter_StewartPeter has been around voice and audio all his working life and has trained hundreds of broadcasters in all styles of radio from pop music stations such as Capital FM and BBC Radio 1, the classical music station BBC Radio 3 and regional BBC stations. He's trained news presenters on regional TV, the BBC News Channel and on flagship programmes such as the BBC's Panorama. The podcast title refers to those who may wish to change their speaking voice in some way. It is not a suggestion that anyone should, or be pressured into needing to. We love accents and dialects, and are well aware that how we speak changes over time. The key is: is your voice successfully communicating your message, so it is being understood (and potentially being acted upon) by your target audience? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Comite de Lectura
La Noticia del Día Explicada: Palacio de Gobierno y PetroPerú intervenidos por Fiscalía

Comite de Lectura

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 2:32


La Fiscalía intervino hoy Palacio de Gobierno y PetroPerú después de que el dominical Panorama delatara presuntas irregularidades en torno a una licitación que compromete a PetroPerú y a la empresa proveedora de biodiesel Heaven Petroleum Operators (HPO).

Radio Duna | Información Privilegiada
Mercados post elecciones y panorama político, precio del dólar y lira turca

Radio Duna | Información Privilegiada

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021


Revisamos los precios de activos tras la elección presidencial que dio por ganador a Gabriel Boric. Hablamos con Daniel Soto, jefe de estrategia de inversiones de SURA Asset Management Chile, y con Arturo Curtze, analista senior de Alfredo Cruz y Cia.

Into The Meepleverse
Episode 53: Curious Panorama

Into The Meepleverse

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 46:09


In this episode Billy and Maggie are back together! Maggie discusses her first play of Curious Cargo (2:50) and Billy gets into his plays of Panorama (15:40). As always the episode wraps up with the two hosts discussing their Nerd Adjacent Musings (33:42).

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0354 - Voice Extremes: The Softer Voice

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 3:25


2021.12.20 – 0354 - Voice Extremes: The Softer VoiceThe softer you sing, the louder you're heardDonovan, musician, ‘Rolling Stone' magazine (9th November 1967) We saw some elements about a quieter voice earlier, when we looked at the situations in which we used different volumes, and compared ‘loud' with ‘soft'. The advantages of the ‘soft sound':· People responded better to being ‘connected with' rather than being ‘talked at'. It's a matter of ‘telling not yelling'· You can use less volume to draw people in with your ‘invitational energy'· You can get through more words, faster, with less volume The disadvantages of the ‘soft sound':· There's a danger of, when you lower your volume, you lower your energy levels· Too soft a voice or too little power, suggests you have little conviction or passion. Or don't know what you're talking about· People may struggle to hear what your message is, simply zone out, or even avoid you to save the embarrassment of having to say “sorry?”, “what?”, “pardon?” yet again. · Being asked to repeat yourself may leave you embarrassed, flustered, annoyed or upset, losing your thread or your nerve. (Though sometimes, a very shy person might speak softly because they want people to avoid them…)· Those people who find themselves in a conversation with you may just agree (“yeah…”) even though they've not heard what you've said. That miscommunication could lead to problems down the road: do you think they've agreed to something that they have in fact, not?· In a group, others will talk over you and it'll be harder to have your thoughts or ideas heard. You may develop insecurity issues, losing confidence in contributing to conversations, thinking that your ideas are worthless as no-one wants to hear them. Truth is, they can't hear them.· If you can't be heard in an office, you might as well give a swerve to after-work socials in bars, clubs and restaurants.Audio recording script and show notes (c) 2021 Peter StewartThrough these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every episode!And as themes develop over the weeks (that is, they are not random topics day-by-day), this is a free, course to help you GET A BETTER BROADCAST, PODCAST AND VIDEO VOICE.Look out for more details of the book during 2022.Contacts: https://linktr.ee/Peter_StewartPeter has been around voice and audio all his working life and has trained hundreds of broadcasters in all styles of radio from pop music stations such as Capital FM and BBC Radio 1, the classical music station BBC Radio 3 and regional BBC stations. He's trained news presenters on regional TV, the BBC News Channel and on flagship programmes such as the BBC's Panorama. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice
0353 – Screaming And Shouting – Part 2

Get A Better Broadcast, Podcast and Video Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 2:02


2021.12.19 – 0353 – Screaming And Shouting – Part 2 Remember that screaming and shouting isn't necessarily about sheer volume. A similar affect may be achieved perhaps by a shaking voice and a whimper, an “urgh” or exclamation may replace a ‘level eleven' guttural shout. And even if you are specifically screaming or shouting, the microphone itself can do a lot of your work for you. After all, you're in a recording studio, not an open-air theatre, and the effect of loudness can be made more efficiently, effectively and safely by an engineer in the control room than you in the booth. Another tip is to leave the extreme voice work to the end of the session. As long as your studio work hasn't up to that point been too long or tiring, your folds should be well warmed up, and importantly if any soreness is caused by the scream, it won't affect the rest of the session if it's done at the end. After the ‘extreme projection', some cooling down such as swooping up and down the notes in your range with a hums, or low ‘err' sounds into vocal fries, for example. Bring your high, shrill screaming tone down to your usual vocal note, gradually and safely. And then rest your voice…[1] [1] More screaming help: https://melissacross.com/ Audio recording script and show notes (c) 2021 Peter StewartThrough these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every episode!And as themes develop over the weeks (that is, they are not random topics day-by-day), this is a free, course to help you GET A BETTER BROADCAST, PODCAST AND VIDEO VOICE.Look out for more details of the book during 2022.Contacts: https://linktr.ee/Peter_StewartPeter has been around voice and audio all his working life and has trained hundreds of broadcasters in all styles of radio from pop music stations such as Capital FM and BBC Radio 1, the classical music station BBC Radio 3 and regional BBC stations. He's trained news presenters on regional TV, the BBC News Channel and on flagship programmes such as the BBC's Panorama. He has written a number of books on audio and video presentation and production (see contacts clink above) and presented hundreds of radio shows (you may have heard him on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, Virgin Radio or Kiss, as well as BBC regional radio) with various formats. He has read tens of thousands of news bulletins and hosted 3,000+ podcast episodes.The podcast title refers to those who may wish to change their speaking voice in some way. It is not a suggestion that anyone should, or be pressured into needing to. We love accents and dialects, and are well aware that how we speak changes over time. The key is: is your voice successfully communicating your message, so it is being understood (and potentially being acted upon) by your target audience?This podcast is London-based and examples are spoken in the RP (Received Pronunciation) / standard-English / BBC English pronunciation, although invariably applicable to other languages, accents and dialects. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Podcast Terapia Chilensis en Duna
El panorama presidencial post debate

Podcast Terapia Chilensis en Duna

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021


Héctor Soto, Arturo Fontaine y María José O'Shea conversaron sobre lo sucedido post debate, principalmente respecto al examen de orina de Gabriel Boric, el apoyo de Bachelet a Boric y la violencia en La Araucanía.

ONU News
Panorama de Ação Humanitária 2022 foca em meninas e mulheres em emergências e crises

ONU News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 1:25


Jorge Ramos Y Su Banda
Barcelona y un panorama incierto tras eliminación en Champions

Jorge Ramos Y Su Banda

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 157:05


Jorge Ramos y su Banda analizan a profundidad el panorama deportivo y financiero que enfrenta el Barcelona tras quedar eliminado de la Champiosn en la fase de grupos y desde Madrid, Rodrigo Fáez da un reporte días previos al Derbi entre el Real Madrid y el Atlético de Madrid, mientras que las Chivas vuelven a ser tema luego de que Ricardo Peláez reapareció ante los medios, justo en el día en el que arranca la Final de la Liga MX entre Atlas y León.

Porsche Club Insider
It's perfect for color blind people

Porsche Club Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 59:36


Vu, Manny, Rob, and Damon discuss what Porsche-related stuff they’ve done recently. This includes Boardwalk Reunion, Audrain Concours, Porsche Press Trip for the Boxster 25th Anniversary and the recent PCA Treffen at The American Club in Wisconsin. They also discuss the latest DIY issue of Panorama. Damon updates us on the modifications done to his Cayman as well as filming a video with Nathan Merz on how to inspect your Porsche before taking it on a road trip.

WRINT: Wer redet ist nicht tot
WR1310 Festtagsweine 2021

WRINT: Wer redet ist nicht tot

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 74:38


Wir trinken Pithon-Paillé, Bulles Crémant de Loire Brut de Chenin, Belargus, Anjou Noir 2020, Philippe Alliet, Chinon V.V. 2018 und reden – wie meistens – über dies und das und ein Panorama des Anjou Noir und Baudrys Weinberg. Details und eine Bezugsquelle für die Weine gibt's bei Christoph, und die nächste Live-Sendung gibt's am 19. […]

Maine Historical Society - Programs Podcast
A Man, A Horse-Drawn Wagon, and a Moving Panorama: The Travels of L. E. Emerson

Maine Historical Society - Programs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 51:29


Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 4 | Olvera Street and Mask Police @ConwayShow @JoeBuscaino

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 28:25


Chase ends in Panorama / Homeless ruining Olvera Street // Mask / Mask Police Burn out // Joe Buscaino – Tree lighting / Homeless // Smash-n-grabs/ Vax Cards

818s and Heartbreak
Northridge x Panorama: Mall in the Family w/ Alixan from Valley Haunts

818s and Heartbreak

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 84:46


This week, Alixan from Valley Haunts returns to the show to talk about the Northridge and Panorama Malls!    Check out Alixan's dope page! https://www.instagram.com/valley_haunts/?hl=en

Royally Obsessed
Knauf with Their Heads + Special Guest Aminatou Sow, Host of ‘When Diana Met…'

Royally Obsessed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 53:24


This week, the ladies get into the Queen's absence at Remembrance Sunday, the appeal to Meghan's court case ruling, Prince Charles's birthday, the Panorama anniversary, private royal diaries, and so much more. They're also joined by the host of CNN's new podcast, When Diana Met…, Aminatou Sow, to chat all about the show, what so many get wrong about the late Princess of Wales and why we should care today. Tune in!--Presented by PureWow and Gallery Media Group. Follow all the royal happenings at purewow.com/royals. Follow us on Instagram at @RoyallyObsessedPodcast.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.