<ul><li>Our target audience was people between the ages of fifteen to the early ages of 20s. </li></ul><ul><li>We ideally wanted to aim our video towards them, without showing anything which would influences them in a negative way. </li></ul>
G.R.A.S.S <ul><li>G ender - the typical main audience is mixed, however the female audience are more likely to be appealed to the artist as the artist is male. R ace - this is for every kind of race as the music genre is popular around the audience age, which means there would be a large amount of people who would be attracted to the artists music. A ge - to the ages of 15 to early 20s as these are the typical ages of people who like to party and be social so are more likely to hear this music at clubs or other places of entertainment such as bowling, ice skating etc.. S pecial interest - people who are socially active and will more likely be out partying, however may not be drinking a lot so the music video doesn't have influences of drink. S ocio economic - will more likely be still in education whether it's college or university they may have Saturday jobs to pay for a social life at night. </li></ul>
Asking the audience via mail. <ul><li>I asked 5 people to answer the same set of questions. </li></ul><ul><li>MOST COMMON ANSWERS OF EACH. </li></ul><ul><li>‘ The music video is typical of it’s genre because we see a love interest and dancing’ </li></ul>
<ul><li>‘ The different colours being used in each scene made it interesting to watch’ </li></ul><ul><li>‘ Use more Locations’ </li></ul>
Reflecting <ul><li>The fact audience said to use more ‘brighter clothing’ in the video, showed the importance of costume in music Videos as part of the Mise En Scene. </li></ul><ul><li>The same thing goes for the people wanting more locations in the video. </li></ul>
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