Main ideas behind my school magazine<br />Genre, Target audience, title.<br />
GENRE.<br />For my school magazine, i have decided to create a media and performing arts one. This is because I myself hav...
TARGET AUDIENCE.<br />As my school magazine is influenced by media itself, i have explored my possible target audience in ...
CHOOSING A TITLE.<br />Possible titlesBefore going on to the practical production of my school magazine, it is important f...
FONT IDEAS.<br />For my font ideas, I used the website, ‘Dafont’ to allow me to find a design most fitting for my magazine...
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  1. 1. Main ideas behind my school magazine<br />Genre, Target audience, title.<br />
  2. 2. GENRE.<br />For my school magazine, i have decided to create a media and performing arts one. This is because I myself have a great interest in media, and i have not seen a media influenced school magazine. This will allow me to distance my product from the typical, already-existing products, allowing me to explore and use more creativity.The magazine will promote film media, drama, and art. I feel this will make the product much more interesting, and will appeal to a wider audience, as it doesn't just pursue a single topic, like art, but at the same time, it will attract those interested in such topics.<br />
  3. 3. TARGET AUDIENCE.<br />As my school magazine is influenced by media itself, i have explored my possible target audience in great depth and have come to a conclusion. As my magazine promotes media and performing arts, it gives me a wider target audience. This is because any student with an interest with either art, media, or drama will find the magazine appealing, as opposed to remaining to just one of these topics.I feel that my target audience will be the ages of 15-18, attracting both genders, who either study the topics, or find an interest in them. The reason for me deciding the 15-18 age group is because this is the age group for GCSE's and A level. I think people who are perhaps taking these subjects for GCSE and A level might find the magazine interesting, even helpful as it will inform them of upcoming events. Moreover, i believe this age group is mature. My magazine will be rather mature, yet, still maintaining a youthful, attractive image to the extent that they will want to read the magazine. <br />
  4. 4. CHOOSING A TITLE.<br />Possible titlesBefore going on to the practical production of my school magazine, it is important for me to establish a title for the magazine. I have narrowed it down to five possibilities. -Now Pensby<br /> -Pensby news<br /> -Pensby Performing Arts<br /> -MFA (media, film, art)<br /> -Pensby weeklyAfter much consideration, i felt that 'Pensby Performing Arts' was much more appropriate for a film title than the other options. This is because my magazine is aimed at drama and art students, as well as media students. The name interprets each of these topics<br />
  5. 5. FONT IDEAS.<br />For my font ideas, I used the website, ‘Dafont’ to allow me to find a design most fitting for my magazine.<br />After exploring different fonts, these were the few I had narrowed it down to. I have decided to use the third font.<br />

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