Q3 Evaluation Arun Bhullar

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Q3 Evaluation Arun Bhullar

  1. 1. What have you learned from your audience feedback?1.Was the 5 minutes documentary was interesting enough to make you want to watch therest of the documentary? 12 10 8 6 Answers given 4 2 0 Yes NoFrom receiving my feedback that most of the people that I showed the clips enjoyed theclips we made even though some of the people I showed were above my age range this isshown by 12 people saying yes and 3 people saying no.
  2. 2. What have you learned from your audience feedback?Are there any parts of the documentary that stood out or you really liked? E.g. interviews, Music, message etc. Explain why? This was an open ended question which meant I got a varied response from different people. From using this question I learnt that I got the message across as lot of my responses seemed to say that the seriousness of the message had come across.(“the message was portrayed very clear”) this was one response. I also learnt that my by our group selecting a simple but effective music the audience liked the music saying “it made the video flow nicely” this made the decision to select the music we had chosen to be a good one. Another response I had learnt from is that by choosing various interviews with experts and vox pops the audience were kept interested(“interviewing senior staff was interesting”).
  3. 3. What have you learned from your audience feedback? Is there anything you didn’t like about it(documentary)? Explain Why?From this question I learnt that different people didn’t or did like certain things 6members of the 15 I asked say they didnt not like anything about thedocumentary. But the others though that the Janice Hamilton interview was tooloud and that it did not keep them interested through out. By receiving theseresult I would say that I needed to put something different In my documentarythat made it unique to other documentaries.
  4. 4. What have you learned from your audience feedback? Do you think the music was appropriate for the documentary? Yes NoFrom this question I learnt that the music was appropriate for the documentaryas most of my audience agreed. But I also learnt that some of the audience didnot like it as “it needed more work”. From this I concur that the music may haveneeded tweaking in places but overall it was good for its use.
  5. 5. What have you learned from your audience feedback? Do you think the expert interviews helped reinforced the severity of cyberbullying? Yes NoFrom this question I learnt that everyone thought that the use of our expert interviewswas a good idea and that they were “very informative”. From this I learnt that if I were tomake another documentary I would have to use various different experts to showdifferent angles on certain topics.
  6. 6. What have you learned from your audience feedback? What was good about the magazine?When I asked this question lots of people comment on the ‘realisticness’ of the articleas they saw similar features to what they would see if they were to look at similarmagazine articles such as the TV Times. From this I learnt that it is best followconvention of general features you would see in a magazine. They commented on themagazine by saying it looked “Swanky” and “very professional”. What was bad about the magazine? How ever the comments made about how bad it was were very equal. People commented by saying they didn’t like the “arrangement of the pictures” and that the “scope effect made it hard to read parts of text”. From this I learnt that we should have arranged the format properly and planned in more detail as I only completed a basic layout with no colour schemes. This would have made it easier for us as a group to create and allowed more time to play with more of the specialist features available in inDesign.
  7. 7. What have you learned from your audience feedback? Would you buy the magazine on the basis of the article Yes NoFrom asking this question I learned that my audience were split on slightly on the use ofthis piece of promotional material. If I had to do this again I would do a questionnaire onwhat features people would like to see in an article as this may have changed the resultsof this question this would have helped my creation of the plan for the magazine aswell.
  8. 8. What have you learned from your audience feedback? What features did you like about the radio trailer?By answering this question I learn that my audience did like the fact that clips weretaken from the actual documentary as they it was like a cliff-hanger or “teaser”. I learntthat by showing bits of audio from documentary it made the audience more intriguedinto learn what the radio trailer was about. Used this convention when we listened tosome radio trailers of similar shows how they all built up to the end of the of the trailerbefore releasing the information on what they were talking about.
  9. 9. What have you learned from your audience feedback? What features did you dislike about the radio trailer?As this was an open ended question which meant received lots of comments but onlya couple of the same comments come up. These all were about the sound and music.From people answering this question I learnt that the music was needed more workdone so that it was suitable enough to add to the radio trailer.I also learn that I should have checked my sound levels so that they were all equal assome people disliked some sound in certain areas of the trailer. This meant they couldhave been put off from listening further to radio trailer.

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