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Knowing the main parts of the script will help. This is the first 30 seconds, an introduction read by the news anchor in the studio.
There are no videos included in the script yet, only a photo of the headline and the anchorperson is seen on the TV screen. A lead spelled lede by journalists is a one-line thesis statement of the report.
It consists of one sentence. It introduces the main topic of the script. These are the; who, what, where, when, why and how questions. Answers to these basic questions are briefly written for the RDR and are assessed one by one in the body of the report.
Since the readers or RDR only lasts for 30 seconds, it has to be substantial. But you do not need to squeeze too much of the message into one paragraph. Here is a guide on how to write the RDR: Use simple but compelling words. The lead is the first sentence that the anchor says, so it has to be inviting.
The viewers, upon hearing the lead, should be hooked to watch the whole report or segment. Use words that appeal to the senses and interests of the viewers.
One thought at a time. The viewers will only hear the RDR once. Limit sentences to 15 words or less because it is easier to digest and reveal the idea of the story using simple and clear information.
Remember that you need to give a succinct message, or it could create confusion for the viewers. Cover only the main thought of the report. Analyze the story carefully and identify what particular W questions you should provide answers to in The Readers.
Introduce the name of the reporter. Include in the script whoever is the reporter of the story. Was this step helpful? Yes No I need help 2 Body. This is the meat of the report. Writing a script for the body is a bit complicated, especially if it is your first time.
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