The first reason that it was hard was because it was the first one of the year, and I had to teach Dylan how to do it. Even though I've done over six Inside Scoops, I find that every single one has some kind of challenge. This one was that I had to teach Dylan. Even though I tried to teach him as much as I could, I wish I could have taught him more. He wrote his own script, got nearly half the info, and I taught him how to edit. (But he didn't have the chance to actually edit one)
Next reason was because of our project. We get four weeks to do our radios, but in our case, we had a lot going on during the time that we started. We only had two days out of the first week to get started, we used the first day to do transcriptions, and the second day to get info. By the next Monday, we were suppose to be working on scripts already! Doing radios and working on your project at the same time is chaos! We tried to make time for our project and radios, but with the Kokee camp, we couldn't get B-roll, so now we are over a week behind. This last week we didn't have ANY time to work on our project because of radios.
Lastly, what will I do to try to solve my problems by our next radios? Well, I know for a fact that SOMETHING is going to go wrong of get in the way of radios, something always does. So really, the only thing that Dylan and I can do is start a week earlier, maybe two! The only problem that I see with this is that there might not be listed info until we are four weeks out. I guess we'll kind of just have to see. Besides that, maybe Dylan and I can take 'shifts.' One day, I work on radios, he works on the project, another day, I work on the project, he works on radios. You see? It might go slower, but we will be getting double the thing done. I think...
In conclusion, radios are one of the hardest things to do even though they seem easy. I always have people come up to me and say "Hey, media doesn't seem that hard." And I'm just like. "Bro. Stop. You don't even know." I guess that explains it..? Anyways, I hope you guys enjoyed this blog, and I'll see you guys next week!