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  • • These are the people that read the main section of the news, they are the main people that the camera’s focus on when in the studio. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qEjDjtujaQThis effects the audience because it allows them to know who there local presentersare and allow them to focus mainly on what they are saying when they are presentingthe news.
  • • A field reporter is a side reporter, they provide extra coverage. http://www.youtube.com/user/BCFieldReporter?blend=21&ob=5n This effects the audience as they can see what is going on as well as hearing about it such as when they film a report where there has been an incident the audience can see the result and see what is going on as well as just hearing it.
  • • This is where they switch directly between studio and live area or reverse.This effects the audience because it allows a rapid response back to the studio so that thenews can continue.
  • • The theme of the show or the way that it is represented; The BBC are very formal in both the way they dress and the way that they speak to the audience. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sh8F7z-mbPo This effects the audience because different members of the audience have different ways that they like to be told for example people who like to get to the point may watch BBC as it is formal and to the point whereas people who prefer talking about the news and listening to debates may watch something different less formal.
  • • A formal discussion between two or more people, interviewing is used to sell products, debates or to clear matters up. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQG20gGU0wA This effects the audience because it allows them to hear other views on what has happened or is happening so they can make more of a decision themselves.
  • • These people are called upon during interviews and live shows to discuss the topic in question. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_JJ-ovMqWQThis effects the audience because it allows them to hear other views on what hashappened or is happening so they can make more of a decision themselves.
  • • The way that the story is told to you, they may switch between live filming and in studio filming. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocpjRjosdGAThis effects the audience because it allows a rapid response back to the studio so that thenews can continue.
  • • Real footage like footage from the war. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Mz0_x7313IThis effects the audience as they can see what is going on as well as hearing aboutit such as when they film a report where there has been an incident the audiencecan see the result and see what is going on as well as just hearing it.
  • • A nonfiction film concentrates on verbal commentary and argumentative speech.
  • • A film that states the feelings of the producer
  • • Engages with the audience and TV participators.
  • • The reflexive mode concentrates on the quality of documentary itself, unravelling its processes and considering its problems that may occur.
  • • The emphasis on the subjective attitude or personal feeling with a subject to make the emotion of the audience stronger.
  • • Footage without edits/ completely real.
  • • The work has been scripted and filmed as a documentary
  • • Describes a sequence of non fictional or fictional events.