The animated radio broadcast

Torre, D 2005, 'The animated radio broadcast', Informit Journal, vol. 2005, pp. 438-448.

Document type: Journal Article
Collection: Journal Articles

Title The animated radio broadcast
Author(s) Torre, D
Year 2005
Journal name Informit Journal
Volume number 2005
Start page 438
End page 448
Total pages 11
Publisher RMIT Publishing
Abstract Ostensibly, radio is primarily an aural medium, while animation is predominantly visual. However, there have been many nexuses and crossovers between the two. For example, radio has often been visualised in animated films and radio actors have crossed over to become animation voice actors. Animation, more than cinema, is an excellent visual signifier of radio's aurally-induced imaginative experiences. And, more recently, vast technological advances and digital convergences are stimulating new and interesting connections between the two media.
Subject Film and Television
Keyword(s) sound effects
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