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Judging for the FRI’s Scriptwriting Competition

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Last week I started a new curious activity: I’m part of the judging panel of the scriptwriting competition on Smallholder Farmer Innovation launched last summer by Farm Radio International.

Actually we are in the phase one of the evaluation process: over 70 scripts were received by FRI and 58 of them passed the initial screening. They have been divided up so each judge got 9 or 10 scripts to review. We now have to go through these entries and select our top 4 or 5 (based on a common judging criteria score sheet). These top 4 or 5 will then proceed to the second round where every judge will review all of the scripts.

More about the competition during the next weeks when I’ll have a better idea on the entries.

Author: Luca Servo @ talksharelearn

Passionate about social media, development projects and the world. Currently, I’m supporting the Emergency Division of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations in managing its online communication through the website, the social media and the mobile apps.

3 thoughts on “Judging for the FRI’s Scriptwriting Competition

  1. The first step was done. Five scripts have been selected and sent back to FRI. Now we received the final selection of script for the final judgment. Everything has to be done before January 8th. My first impression was very positive. Not only about the scripts themselves but mainly about radio as mean to spread our messages.

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