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    • What have you learnt from your audience feedback? JESSICA PERRY
    • During the research and planning stage of our documentary production, we used questionnaires to find out information about our target audience and what they wanted to see in our documentary. We asked 10 students at Solihull Sixth Form College and 10 parents to hear their responses. Following on from this, we gave out questionnaires to 10 students to get some feedback from our finished documentary. With the growth of social networking websites, we uploaded our documentary on to Facebook and asked our friends to comment their thoughts. Finally, we set up a focus group of our target audience, filming their responses to our documentary, radio trailer and double page spread.
    • TELEVISION DOCUMENTARY Question one. From this feedback, we thought our target audience should just people teenagers, rather than parents as well.
    • TELEVISION DOCUMENTARY Question two. From this feedback, Channel 4 was the most popular answer, followed by BBC1. These were the two channels we wanted to broadcast the documentary on, we narrowed it down to Channel 4 in the end as we thought it was more relevant. Therefore we are happy with this feedback.
    • TELEVISION DOCUMENTARY Question three. The people who said no were all girls and said they wouldn’t watch it because they’re not interested in video games. We expect this as they don’t fit our target audience, however all the answers who said yes are boys.
    • TELEVISION DOCUMENTARY Question 4. We are happy with this feedback as we ensured our statistics were found from trustful sources and were relevant to the documentary.
    • TELEVISION DOCUMENTARY Question five. From this feedback we understand that the audience see our documentary as biased, we expect this as our documentary is an argument. Although we show both sides, we are more biased on one side.
    • TELEVISION DOCUMENTARY Question six. We are happy with this feedback. We followed typical codes and conventions when filming the interviews to ensure they looked professional.
    • TELEVISION DOCUMENTARY Question seven. From this feedback, we see it’s a mixed opinion. We do agree at times the sound levels aren’t balanced and if we were to improve our documentary we would sort this out and make the sound levels equal. We asked the four people that said no to explain where the sound levels aren’t balanced and they said the music or background noise was too loud in some parts.
    • TELEVISION DOCUMENTARY Question eight. We are happy with this feedback as we spent a lot of time ensuring the camera was steady when filming and the lens in focus.
    • TELEVISION DOCUMENTARY Question nine. We are happy with this feedback, we know the sound levels aren’t equal at times but other than that happy with the documentary.
    • TELEVISION DOCUMENTARY Facebook feedback. Most of the comments are positive, whereas some comments say what needs to be improved. Overall we’re happy with the comments.
    • TELEVISION DOCUMENTARY FOCUS GROUP
    • RADIO TRAILER FOCUS GROUP
    • MAGAZINE DOUBLE PAGE SPREAD FOCUS GROUP