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Q 1: Planning and production are key parts when designing a program for any medium of communication. Producer has to be on the active end to make each and every part of the program as per the demands of the listeners. Suppose you have to conduct an interview from the Defense Minister of our country regarding current situation of India- Pakistan Relationship on Kashmir issue. Your assignment is to design an interview program, consider the main points given below and elaborate them. • Motive of the program (why this program?) • Research of Target Audience • Content of the program. Give at least seven questions that you will ask from the interviewee. • Duration of the Program • Feedback/interactivity
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Planning and production are key parts when designing a program for any medium of communication. Producer has to be on the active end to make each and every part of the program as per the demands of the listeners.
Suppose you have to conduct an interview from the Defense Minister of our country regarding current situation of India- Pakistan Relationship on Kashmir issue.
Your assignment is to design an interview program, consider the main points given below and elaborate them.
• Motive of the program (why this program?)
• Research of Target Audience
• Content of the program. Give at least seven questions that you will ask from the interviewee.
• Duration of the Program
Could India and Pakistan Go to War?
Is India talk on Kashmir issue??
Is India or Pakistan worked again on one plat form of media??
What you think India wants to battle??
What is you view about issue of water??
If India is involve in terrorism in Pakistan than why Pakistan took step against India??
Why India firing on border?
The Investigative reporting is the important requirement of effective news stories. Discuss the requirements of this reporting type with reference to the political news.
a.) The investigation committee will prepare a draft written report that (1) describes the nature of the allegation of research misconduct, including identification of the respondent; (2) describes and documents the source of funding for the research, including, for example, the numbers of any grants that are involved, grant applications, contracts, and publications listing such support; (3) describes the specific allegations of research misconduct considered in the investigation; (4) includes a description of the general procedures under which the inquiry was conducted, including reference to these procedures as well as any federal regulations governing the conduct of the inquiry; (5) identifies and summarizes the research records and evidence reviewed and identifies any evidence taken into custody but not reviewed; (6) includes a statement of findings for each allegation of research misconduct identified during the investigation; and (7) recommends institutional actions, as appropriate.
b.) Each statement of findings should (1) identify whether the research misconduct was falsification, fabrication, or plagiarism, and whether it was committed intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly; (2) summarize the facts and the analysis that support the conclusion and consider the merits of any reasonable explanation by the respondent, including any effort by respondent to establish by a preponderance of the evidence that he or she did not engage in research misconduct because of honest error or a difference of opinion; (3) identify the specific funding support; (4) identify whether any publications need correction or retraction; (5) identify the person(s) responsible for the misconduct; and (6) list any current support or known applications or proposals for support that the respondent has pending with any federal agencies.
c.) The record of the investigation should include the recording or transcript of all witness interviews.
d.) Prior to the submission of its report, the investigation committee, through the RIO, will provide the respondent with a copy of the draft investigation report and a copy of or supervised access to the evidence on which the report is based, including copies of any documents and materials. Respondent must also receive any witness statements, recordings, or transcripts produced during the investigation if not previously provided to the respondent pursuant to VIII.A(f).
The respondent will be asked to provide any comments on the report to the RIO and committee chair within thirty (30) calendar days. The RIO will determine, on a case-by-case basis, whether the report or relevant portions thereof should also be provided to the complainant for comment within thirty (30) days. The committee will decide whether, in view of any comments received, any revisions to the report are warranted and will then provide the final report to the RIO.
e.) The RIO will provide the final report as well as any comments submitted by the respondent to the Provost.
Motive of the Program: To inform people of Pakistan that what is Pakistani Govt policy about Kashmir issue. What steps govt took and will take towards the solution of Kashmir issue. What are the points where dialogue get stuck?
Target Audience: Pakistani youth and civil society and International community
Contents of the program: Introduction of Minister of Defence, Background of KAshimir issue, Human rights violation by security forces, firing across LOC supported by Newspaper cuttings, videos and live interviews of Kashmiri people.
Duration: 45 minutes with three breaks 5 minutes
Feedback: Live questions from Twitter, Facebook and WhatsApp
Interview to be conduct for Khawaja Asif Minister of Defence on the Kashmir issue. The target audience will be university and college students, intellectual, civil society and general public.
Questions to be asked:
1) Firing on LOC in Kashmir and the casualties of civilians?
2) Prime minister speech in UNO mentioning Burhan Wani as Freedom fighter?
3) Human rights violation in Kashmir as Indian forces using pallets against protestors.
4) Pakistan efforts for getting attention of International community towards Kashmiri people
5) Kashmiris right to self-determination.
6) India's involvement in terror attacks in Pakistan to distract people attention from Kashmir issue
7) In case of surgical strike or limited war how prepared our Armed Forces are?
8) Steps recommended by you to defuse tension between two nuclear neighbours?
Investigative journalism is to find and expose news related to the public which other people try to hide. It is an act of discovering truth and finding out the lapses done purposely or unintentionally. It is an alternative of the public to know what’s going on which is ignored by the media. It highlights the wrong doings of Government officials, politician, business men and influential people. It reveals scandals (financial/moral) and violation of rule of law for personal gains.
The people in Government, companies or individuals have power always try to stop reaching information to the public. The reporter job is to inform people how their resources are wasted and they are not informed of the decisions related to them.
It is very time consuming job, sometime requires months of research, interviews and long distance travel. Investigative reporter will find out the following answers in his report. Who is responsible for this? How and through whom it was done? How it relates to public matter and what are the consequences? What can be done now? Panama Leaks is an examples of it where German journalist Bastian Obermayer revealed this scandal involving many top Government official and influential business man in financial corruption globally. The first lead come to him in 2014 and it took two years to dig out the information from 11.5 million documents and reveal this scandal.
Requirements of Investigative Reporting
Below are some of the requirements of Investigative Reporting:
News Value: Once a reporter has lead or tip about issue he must evaluate that does it fulfill the requirement? It is new, unusual and related too public?
Quality of sniffing: The reporter must be able to sense of wrongdoing and keeps his eyes and ears open while his mouth shut. Be able to find clue and not let the story escape. Paying attention to casual conversation, rumors and talk of the mouth because it might help them later.
Facts and Figures: It means digging out hidden facts and it is the most difficult part. People will try to hide from you or not allow you to reach the information easily. Sometimes wrong information passed purposely in order to distract from the main story. Small details need to be examined and time consuming. The facts and figures must be verified at least from two different sources in order to protect your credibility.
Combining different elements: How beautifully you combine the elements of a scandal and make a story that magnet people. It is solving a jigsaw puzzle where pieces are spread in different place and it’s your job to collect, combine and make a clear picture.
Collecting Evidence: You must have evidence to support your story. Your story could be challenged in any court of law. To protect yourself legally and to satisfy the court convincible evidence must be provided.
Protecting Sources: It is natural the people who provide you information will keep themselves hidden because they feel threat to their life or putting their family members in danger. If you promise them that their identity will not be revealed, you must fulfill your promise event though you land in jail. Otherwise from starting inform them till what level you can protect their identity.
Personal Threats: There are chances that people may threaten you to stop doing what your are doing. These threat could be physical, emotional to you, your family member or someone close to you. This matter must be shared with your organization so everyone will share the worry and stand with you.
Abiding the law of the land: Always act as allowed in law. Do not use methods which is against the law and seek legal advice.