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Introduction to Section BLesson Aims: Understand the requirements for Section B G322 Consider your own role as Music Industry Audiences
Key Media Concepts G322When?9th January 2012How Long? 2 Hours- 45 minutes each questionWorth How Much? 100 Marks- 50% of your A-Level
Key Media Concepts G322 Audiences InstitutionsQUESTIONNAIRE
How will I be assessed? Important websites to visit weekly: http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/m usicblogKnowledge and Analysis 20 http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/d igital-mediaExamples and Evidence 20Terminology 10 http://www.musicweek.com/GRADE BOUNDARIES:A- 40+/50B- 35C- 30D- 25E- 22U- 21 AND BELOW
Contemporary issue in the music industry: Date/Article/SourceSummarise key points of the article:
Read the first page of the IFPI bookletWhat do you think?
Music Industry G322 The Contemporary Music Lesson Objectives: Industry To understand the key developments in the digitalisation of the music industry To examine how the changes in the music industry effect both audiences and institutions
Music Formats: Advantages and Disadvantages
Music Industry G322 Proliferation: a rapid and often excessive spread or increase Portability The ability to take something everywhere and anywhere Convergence The ability to have multi functions in one device these examples of Why are convergence?