This YouTube video prepared by Mark Popesel, who teaches Television News Writing at the University of Arizona, compares two versions of the same television report – one with natural sound, the other without it. It’s a good example for television instructors to use to demonstrate how natural sound makes stories come alive.

This YouTube video prepared by Mark Popesel, who teaches Television News Writing at the University of Arizona, compares two versions of the same television report – one with natural sound, the other without it. It’s a good example for television instructors to use to demonstrate how natural sound makes stories come alive.

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