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    • VOICE FM “ Where Your Voice matters ” By Salma Begum 12A2 Candidate No. 4658
    • Preliminary Task
    • Main Task
    • In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products?
      • We used special affects to edit our voices in our jingle
      • We put background music throughout our news product.
      • We put our main stories first as it has a direct relevance to our audience.
    • How does your media product represent a particular social group?
    • How does your Media Forecast represent particular social groups?
      • Report on Royal Mail :
      • Causing problems for the local people
      • Royal Mail is Inconsiderate of the local community getting affected by the strike
      • Royal Mail staff presented in a negative way
      • Report on man being set on fire
      • Teenagers are represented in a negative way – towards yobs and youth gangs
      • Police- members of the authority are represented in a positive image-doing their job right
      • Report on Actimel :
      • The company is being negatively portrayed as they lied to their customers about a product they were selling
      • The company is seen as inconsiderate
      • Seen to be misleading to customers
      • Used false scientific facts – represented as being deceptive
      • Report on women hitting lover with a steak:
      • Women represented negatively as violent
      • Disabled man is represented as being defenceless
    • What media institution might distribute your media product and why?
    • What BBC Radio one offers to the their audience
      • The BBC is the largest broadcasting organisation in the world
      • To enhance people's lives with programmes that inform, educate and entertain.
      • It should reflect the lives and interests of 15–29 year olds
      • Include news, documentaries and advice campaigns to cover areas of relevance to young adults.
      • Voice FM is aimed at young people.
      • Similar to BBC Radio one, voice FM’s aim is to entertain young people and to engage them with other listeners
      • Voice FM supports new artists - celebrity interviews of current and rising stars
      • Allows people to interact with each other
      • Voice FM offers News, and advice help lines to cover areas of relevance to young adults
      BBC Radio One might distribute our Newscast because of the number of similar types of news we offer:
    • Who would be the audience for your media product?
    • Who is it aimed at?
      • Teenagers-age range between 13-19 year olds
      • People from different backgrounds and ethnic groups
      • Working / Middle class people
      • Multicultural people
      • People with mixed interests
      • The bar graph shows that 35% of the boys and 29% of females listen to the radio because it plays a vital role by helping them to relax.
      Results from our survey
    • We wanted to find out about the type of news our target audience prefer : -
      • Female prefer to listen about celebrity gossips
      • 20% of males and female prefer to listen to the local news.
      • Only 10% of female likes to listen the global news.
    • Issues that people are most concerned about
      • 50% of male are concerned with crimes
      • 34% of females are concerned about drug abuse.
      • Only 10% of male were concerned about the environment.
    • We wanted to find out about of how are audience get hold of listening to the radio
      • 70% of males and 50% of female listen to the radio alone
      • No one listens to the radio at school
      • No males listen to the radio with their family whereas 32% of female do listen to the radio with their family.
    • How do you attract/address your audience?
      • we spoke in a semi-formal and conversational language
      • We have appealing stories
      • We included authentic music
      • We used sound codes – Manipulated sound
      • We used jingle to introduce our news product
      How do you attract/address your audience?
      • To attract and address our targeted audience we have included these following forms of news and features :-
      • We included news feeds on the latest music tracks
      • Have the latest news reports about problems that affect youth’s e.g. Teen pregnancy rates and drug usages etc.
      • Sports-news, celebrity interviews
      • Helplines that provide Advice and guidance
      • Interactive sessions - Competitions and prizes
    • What have you learnt about technologies from the process of constructing this product? wear off
      • Digital Technology
      • Is an easier way of accessing media
      • It allows density of the signals for faster, easier transmission of information.
      • Analogue Technology
      • It is a more harder way of handling media
      • Taking an audio or video signal and translating it
      • into electronic pulses
      What have you learnt about Technology from the process of constructing this product?
      • Convergence:
      • Convergence of media occurs when multiple products come together to form one medium
      • The internet is a globalized network and was officially launched in 1969
      • Over the past 40 years its role has changed rapidly
      • Parallel Medium:
      • It is when more than one event happening at a time
      • It is Portable
      • Compared to other media’s, the radio is very handy
      • DAB Radio:
      • Stands for Digital Audio Broadcasting
      • It has a wider range of choices
      • Digital quality
      • Improved station selection
      • Extra features
      • Allows you to pause live radio stations
      • Equipment and software we used:
      • We used Audacity
      • We used Garage band
      • Logic Pro version 7 for recording and editing
      • Mackie D8B Mixing Console
      • Apple Macintosh G5 Tower
      • Rode NT2 Condenser Microphone
      • What have you learnt from the process of constructing this product:
      • I learnt how to use different software's
      • such as audacity and garage band
      • I have learnt how to use different equipments such as the voice recorder
      • I have learnt how to work inside a recording studio
      • The future of Radio:
      • Technology is improving to attract a wider range of audience
      • Adding popular media’s together into one medium
      • Making media more easy to access
    • Looking back at your preliminary task, what do you feel you have learnt in the p rogression from it to the full product?
      • Journalist’s use of code of ethics and standards
      • Communication skills – how to carry out an interview, talk in a formal language while interviewing people
      • Team work – worked as a team to produce graphs, PowerPoint presentations, creating questionnaires and interviewing people one by one.
      • Learnt techniques on how use a voice recorder and further developed my communication skills by interviewing people
      • Editing Skills – I used audacity to edit my Vox Pop
      • Garage Band – I used this software so create different layers of sound
      • I recorded sound in doors and out doors
    • The End