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  1. 1. In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products? TV Listings Article George Mobley
  2. 2. Article features a large main image giving some idea what thedocumentary will be about while there are smaller images spreadover the rest of the page, usually images from the documentaryitself which is a typical convention we have followed. Small captions placed over the top of images to allow readers to fully understand the image is a typical convention we chose to follow.A large titlewhich stands outand drawsreaders attentionfollowed by asmaller sub titleis a feature we Pull quotes are aoriginally saw in a typical conventionTV listings we chose to followmagazine but however wethen developed developed his ideaby changing the by using a brightlycolours to fit with colouredthe colour background to setscheme. them against so they stand out and grab the readers attention. Main article features many typical conventions of TV listings articles such as drop cap, small easy to read font and in this case subtitles which break the article up for easy reading which is something we saw in TV choice and decided to use as we were making a double page listing for TV Choice.
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