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  • 1. FACTUAL PROGRAMMING:LEARNING OUTCOME 1Task 1
  • 2. GLOSSARY Accuracy  Web definitions: ‘The quality or state of being correct or precise.’ Balance  To keep the argument/documentary even and fair on both sides. Impartiality  Lack of comparison, correspondence, or suitableness; incongruity.  Indivisibility into equal parts; oddness.  Inequality; disparity; disproportion; difference of degree, rank, excellence, number, etc. Objectivity  Web definitions: ‘judgment based on observable phenomena and uninfluenced by emotions or personal prejudices.’ Subjectivity  Web definitions: ‘Judgment based on individual personal impressions and feelings and opinions rather than external facts.’ Opinion  Web definitions: ‘A view or judgment formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or knowledge.’ Bias  Web definitions: ‘Show prejudice for or against (someone or something) unfairly: "the tests were biased against women"; "a biased view of the world".’ Representation  Web definitions:  The action of speaking or acting on behalf of someone or the state of being so represented.  The description or portrayal of someone or something in a particular way or as being of a certain nature. Access  Web definitions: Obtain, examine, or retrieve (data or a file). Privacy  Web definitions: The state or condition of being free from being observed or disturbed by other people.  The state of being free from public attention.
  • 3. DIFFICULTY GETTING INTERVIEWS Difficulties:  We may have difficulty finding people who will feel comfortable giving interviews on the spot as some people don’t want to be on camera. Solving:  To solve this we could take more than one take while filming.  We could pixelate their faces if they don’t mind do the interview but are camera shy.  In a lot of News shows they use a photo and have a voice over  this could come in handy if people don’t want to be on camera at all. For an example of this in Aileen there was an interview that she wanted to stop as it made her feel uncomfortable.
  • 4. BIASED OPINION ON SUBJECT MATTER Not having a bias opinion will be hard for us as we are young people and we’re doing it on how young people are portrayed so we will have out own opinion.
  • 5. OFCOM RULES AND REGULATIONS ‘Under 18s must be protected from potentially harmful and offensive material. One of the main ways of achieving this is through the appropriate scheduling of programmes. The watershed is 9 pm. Nothing unsuitable for children should, in general, be shown before 9pm or after 5.30 am. After 9 pm, there should then be a gradual transition to more adult material, not an abrupt change. Generally, the more adult in nature a programme is, the later in the schedule it should appear. Potentially harmful or offensive material includes strong language, violence, sexual behaviour etc.. Its inclusion must be justified editorially and by the context i.e. taking into consideration the editorial content of the programme, its scheduling, the audience’s likely expectations, any warning that has been given etc. Audience expectation is key. Viewers should be clearly forewarned of any potentially harmful or offensive material so they can make their own informed choices about what they and their children watch. This usually requires clear on-air pre-transmission warnings. Programmes must be true and accurate. It is the responsibility of programme-makers and broadcasters to ensure that viewers are not misled.
  • 6. OFCOM RULES AND REGULATIONSCONTINUED… Programmes should not condone or glamorise violent, dangerous or seriously anti-social behaviour, especially where it is likely to encourage others to copy such behaviour. Any discriminatory treatment or language e.g. on grounds of age, disability, gender, race, religion, beliefs and sexuality must be justified by the context. Nothing transmitted should be intended to stir up racial hatred or, taking into account the circumstances, be likely to do so. Programmes should show respect for human dignity. In news and factual programmes, showing people in distress and in sensitive situations requires clear editorial justification. Similarly, in entertainment programmes, careful consideration must be given to humour based on the plight or misfortune of individuals, which again must be justifiable editorially and by the context. Programmes including exorcism, the occult and the paranormal will require careful handling.’ –Independent Producer Handbook
  • 7. ACCURACY ‘Channel 4 and Five take the issue of viewer trust very seriously. Viewers are entitled to expect that programmes are accurate and true and the audience must not be misled. This obligation applies to all types of programming, including entertainment programmes with factual elements. Portraying real events, whether in documentary, features, factual entertainment, drama or any other programme, which the viewer is entitled to take at face value, must respect truth and accuracy. Programmes must be honest, fair and accurate and must not mislead viewers.’ – Independent Producer Handbook It is important for us that we do have our facts as accurate as possible and we don’t twist our stories. Although a lot of our footage will be interviews and we can’t change or tell our interviewees what to say we will ask them to be accurate as possible and tell the truth. For an example of this again I can link it back to Aileen as the interviewer ‘Nick’ had to be accurate on the facts he was presenting.
  • 8. BALANCE It is important that we don’t stick to one side and investigate both sides of the story. At the end is when we can choose a side and talk more about this side.
  • 9. IMPARTIALITY Linking back to slide 6 ‘Balance’ we will need to show both sides of the story and both views equally and not our personal opinion. A good example of this is ‘supersize me’ as he’s unbalanced and only talks about how fast food is bad for you.
  • 10. SUBJECTIVITY Our interviews will show different judgments, impressions, feelings and options and we’ll make sure we have an equal amount of contrasting interviews to keep the audience entertained. A good example of this is ‘Aileen’ because of the way ‘Nick’ bonds with her for the documentary.
  • 11. OPINION We will show a lot of different opinions from lots of different generations. A good example of opinion is ‘supersize me’ as he keeps saying how bad fast food is.
  • 12. BIAS We have to be very careful while filming as what we say may be seen as bias as we’re young people, But then again we may have a different angle to many past documentaries as we are young people and know how young people feel about how the media is portraying us so maybe people would feel more for young people and try to stop it or ignore what the media say to a certain extent. A good example of this is ‘Supersize me’.
  • 13. REPRESENTATION We will be representing young people in a fair balance. A good example of this is ‘Aileen’ because the interviewer is representing Aileen and everything she stands for.
  • 14. PRIVACY We must avoid the unfair treatment of individuals or organisations in programmes. If the programme you are making involves criticising or making any damaging allegation about any living individual or organisation, seek advice from your programme lawyer. Any significant infringement of privacy of an individual or organisation, in the making or broadcast of a programme, must be warranted by the public interest. – Independent Producer handbook We have to understand the interviewee’s privacy so if they don’t want to be on camera we can’t force them and we need to make sure none of our questions are intruding there privacy and asking nothing we wouldn’t want on camera. A good example of this is ‘Aileen’ as ‘Nick’ has to protect the privacy of Aileen.