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Final reality shows
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  • 1. REALITY SHOWS ON INDIAN TELEVISION Presented By : Vishesh Dalal Aditi Koli Bhargvi Patel
  • 2. INDEX • INTRODUCTION • TYPES OF REALITY SHOWS • THE IMPACT – PROS • CRITICISM • CONCLUSION • BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • 3. INTRODUCTION • Genre of television programming that documents unscripted or scripted situations and actual occurences pertaining to everyday life • Highlights drama , conflict and contraversial topics • Started in the mid 1990’s - Meri Awaz Suno • Common man on TV – easy to relate to • a product of deals with foreign networks: “Bigg Boss” • Contestants, Drama, Host, Plot, Editing and Audience, – important pillars
  • 4. TYPES OF REALITY SHOWS CELEB REALITY SHOWS Big Boss BUSINESS REALITY SHOWS TALENT HUNT SHOWS Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Indian Idol Dance India Dance ADVENTURE SHOWS MTV Roadies Iss Jungle se Mujhe Bachao Khatron ke Khiladi GAME SHOWS KBC Sach ka Samna Dus ka Dum TECH REALITY SHOWS Capgemini’s Super Techies Show The Pitch [Bloomberg UTV] Zee Business Baazigar
  • 5. • Mega-successful shows - Kaun Banega Crorepati (Who wants to be a millionaire) - Indian Idol (American Idol) - Dance India Dance (So you think you can dance) - Bigg Boss (Big Brother) • Successful Shows - Fear Factor India (Fear Factor) - Jhalak Dikhla ja (Dancing with the stars) - Boogie Woogie - Masterchef India (Masterchef US/Australia) • Flops - Zor Ka Jhatka (Wipeout) - India’s Minute to Win it (Minute to Win it) - Survivor India SOME OF OUR SHOWS
  • 6. PROS • Revenue generation “ Indian media industry 2009, up 6.8 percent, to 257 billion rupees ($5.5 billion) “ - Consulting firm KPMG. • Brands promotion Channels are willing to spend big money on reality shows, it’s because advertisers and sponsors are willing to pay a premium, says Ernst and Young’s Pherwani. Just Dance “recover money in the first season itself”, despite its “high cost of production!! TECHNOLOGICAL EDGE 700 MILLION MOBILE PHONE SUBSCRIBERS WHO VOTE ON THE SHOWS 30-40% REVENUE FROM TEXTING MOBILE INTERACTION
  • 7. • Exposure of unknown and untapped talent – Shreya Ghoshal, Ayushmann Khurana • Social awareness – NMIMS entrance exam scandal PROS
  • 8. CRITICISMS • Spectacle of humilation - a 16-year-old girl was left temporarily paralysed after she was humiliated by judges on a dance-based reality show on a Bengali channel. Shinjini Sengupta couldn't take the public chiding for her lacklustre performance and went into depression. • Dubious system for electing the winners • Youth are stressed Greed for fame – bunk classes, get insulted, betrayal of trust • Producers are just profit minded and they are capitalizing on the emotional aspect of our audience.
  • 9. • Exploitative tactics: • Not convinced? Well, have you ever wondered why the result is always dragged and announced after countless breaks? Why the contestants are surrounded by numerous controversies? Why the most popular contestant is always the one with lowest scores? Why there are out-of-the-blue wardrobe malfunctions and other mishaps? Why every show has to have a romance blooming up between contestants? The breaks are to please the sponsors of the show, longer the break: more money they will rake in. • With the right amount of promotion and large scale publicity, the producers succeed at creating a stir and grabbing people’s attention. The saga goes on for months, with the audience sobbing and crying heavily with the exit of every contestant; crossing fingers and holding their breath during results, and even sending countless text messages to save their favorite contestant from being eliminated; waiting impatiently through never-ending breaks to hear the result they didn’t expect. In the course of all this, the producers and sponsors make good money. SOME UNFORTUNATE REALITIES
  • 10. • Viewer Discretion - Late Night Slots •Extra taxes and strict laws for Production Studios CONCLUSION Reality shows at the very beginning depcited real life situations but with time all this has changed. Nowadays most of what is shown/perofrmed by the participants is already on script. The producers and directors of the said programs do the background editing, scripting and fixing in order to attract viewers to increase their revenues Most of the fights/disagreements between judges are carefully scripted beforehand in order to increase popularity. Thus, we can conclude reality shows are not as real as they are shown to be.
  • 11. BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • 12. THANK YOU!!

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