Monash Journalism student Daniella Mattiuzzo has won the ABC Radio National 360documentaries program short radio feature ‘Pocketdocs’ competition.
The competition was aimed at new and aspiring radio producers.
Entrants were asked to submit a true audio or text story with the theme ‘A Secret Revealed’.
Audio submissions were required to be under five minutes duration and to contain a mention of ‘something you can fit in your pocket’.
Submissions were judged on originality, good storytelling, an evocation of people/place, and good technical execution.
The winners were announced on Thursday 28 November on the360documentaries website.
Daniella is currently completing a Master of Journalism at the University’s Caulfield campus and has a particular interest in radio production and journalism.
As well as having her story broadcast on the 360documentaries program, Daniella won a Tascam DR100 Mk2 digital audio recorder.
Daniella’s story will be broadcast on ABC Radio National 360documentaries program on Sunday 1 December at 10am.
You can also listen to Daniella’s story online at the 360documentaries website.
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