The followings are two audio clips that I recorded with my own voice and the scripts that I wrote as a newscast assignment for the Writing for Journalism class.
[PSA] Sexually Transmitted Deseases
PSA for Sexually Transmitted Deseases (60 sec. version) by Shinichiro
What would you do if you passed sexually-transmitted-disease to your partner without knowing it? The 80-percent of the people infected with chlamydia today didn't notice the symptoms at all. In Japan, chlamydia is the most spread S-T-D. More than one-million people are infected, especially young people. What can you do? Here is the answer: You can have S-T-D testing at the Public Health Service Center in Minato Ward with no fee, no name, and no risk. H-I-V, Syphilis, and Gonorrhea can also be detected with the blood and urine tests. For more information, call 03-3455-4770. English and Japanese speaking staffs are available at the center. Now it's time for you to have S-T-D testing. Not only for you, but also for your partner. This public service announcement is presented by the T-U-J Counseling Office.
Weather News for Newscast by Shinichiro
Turning to the weather in Tokyo for this weekend. We had fairly nice weather today. The city of Hachiouji had a high for the day of 20-degrees-Celsius this afternoon. For those of you planning outdoor activities on Saturday, you can expect clear skies for most of the day with high temperatures of 18-degrees. However, things might change by the evening with a storm front moving in. The temperature will drop by the evening. We can expect light scattered showers over the northern part of Tokyo bringing cooler temperatures in the lower teens. This rain should stop by early-Sunday morning. It will be partly cloudy for most of the morning on Sunday, but the clouds should move out by mid-afternoon. Lows should be in the mid-teens, with high around 18. The chance of rain is 15-percent. And that's all for Tokyo's weather for this weekend. I'm Shinichiro Hamazaki reporting from the Temple University's Japan Campus in Tokyo. See you again on Monday.