Reporting The Election
Saturday 10th April | Park Crescent Conference Centre | London
With a General Election imminent how will your programmes rise to the challenge?
How can we stay within the guidelines of the Representation of the People Act? How can we make things interesting? What will the big issues be and what impact will social media have on the way we work?
Sandy Warr hosted a day of workshops, lectures and guest interviews.
Understanding The Representation of the Peoples Act - Rory McLeod from the National Broadcasting School.
It's The Economy Stupid! - Presenter and Consultant Michael Wilson
Using social media and Twitter - Mark Pack from Mandate Communications.
The polls: how to read them and where the crucial votes may come - Dan Hamilton from ComRes research.
The Art of the Interview - Trevor Dann from The Radio Academy spoke to David Prever from Brandspanking Media.
Engaging audiences - a panel discussion with Tom Bateman from Radio 1 and 1Xtra, Jane Wyatt from Westminster University, Susan Nash from the NUS and Bill Overton from Smooth Radio.
Pictures and audio from the day will be up soon.