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    Evaluation of my Music Magazine Evaluation of my Music Magazine Presentation Transcript

    • Analysis of my Music Magazine Questionnaire.
    • This pie chart shows that out of the 100 questionnaires given out, the majority wereFemale completed by males.Male
    • My results show me that the questionnaire I had created was distributed to mostly people aged 16 – 20. This is not surprising as I had done16 - 20 most of the distributing in and around21 - 25 college. The small variety of ages may26 - 30 affect my results as they will mainly be31 - 39 from a young person’s perspective. 40 +
    • My questionnaire results show me that, out of all of the magazine choices, Kerrang! Is the most popular and Q magazine is the second. ThisNME proves to me that for my magazine I willKerrang! need to make sure that the moreThe Rolling Stone frequently used genres are rock andQ indie as this is similar to Kerrang and Q.None
    • Here the chart shows me that the vast majority of the music magazine consumers prefer to buy their magazine on a weeklyDaily basis. Due to this majority choiceWeekly I will also make my magazine aMonthly weekly piece of media.YearlyNever
    • These results show that when purchasing a music magazine people are more interested in free posters and less interested in local gig information, this is something that IFree posters will have to keep in mind when IMusic news create my own music magazine.Artist interviewsLocal gig info
    • The chart here shows that most people are not prepared to spend more than five pounds a month on music magazines, this information is not at all surprising to me as the questionnaire was£0 - 5 mostly taken by 16 – 20 year olds who stereotypically do not have a£5.01 - 7 lot of money to spend.£7.01 - 1010.01 +