First baby born on Mars

As we all know, this week marks a new milestone for our generation- the first baby was born on Mars, one day ago. And because our media is one of the most respected on a national and even international level, we need to be one of the first to come up with a report on this event.

Your task for today is to create an audio tape with a report on the news. The audio should be at least a minute and a half long. The audio should be as interactive as possible- add music, but not too loud, make jokes, but only appropriate ones, and most importantly, have fun. Your audio tape should contain the following information:

  • Interview with the mother on why did she decide to give birth in space
  • Interview with the doctor on the difficulties he faced during the operation

Remember to follow the guidelines to provide high-quality materials.

You are able to record the audio on your tape recorder, smartphone, computer… You are given creative freedom as long as the following requirements are met:

  • The file size must not exceed 5Mb
  • The audio should include a title that defines the topic it is going to talk about.
  • The author’s name must be indicated.
  • The date on which the audio was recorded must be indicated.
  • The place where the audio was recorded must be indicated.
  • The recording must be at least 30 seconds in length and should not exceed 5


  • File format: mp3/m4a

➢ It is optional but advisable, to include a picture of the subject of the audio, or at

least an icon to illustrate it.

Before submitting your assignment, make sure the audio quality is good. Make sure there is no side noise, electrostatic buzzing, etc. In case you need help, contact us, we would love to help. As you know, the NNC expects high quality and devotion when it comes to assigned tasks.

Remember: you can’t use images, music or videos that belong to other people if you don’t have written permission, or the copyrights permit for its use.



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