Katy Dixon – Intro writer and PowerPoint designer.
Kelly Marie Farnsworth – Presenter and conclusion writer.
Fiona Megarrell – Presenter and conclusion writer. </li></ul>To be added – photo of group.<br />
Introduction<br />National daily papers chosen: The Times, The Sun, The Mirror, The Daily Mail, The Independent and The Daily Express.<br />Both Broadsheets and Tabloids.<br />Various readership groups.<br />
National readership survey<br />October 2009 – September 2010<br />www.nrs.co.uk, 2010<br />
Introduction continued<br />Each member of the group bought 10 specific papers in November.<br />To reduce the information down we picked six environmental based topics; Conservation, Poaching, Medical Research, Energy Sources, Natural Disasters and Climate Change.<br />
Graph oNE – FREQUENCY PART 1<br /> Graph to show the frequency of our chosen six topics in The Daily Mail, The Independent and The Times<br />
Graph two – frequency part 2<br /> Graph to show the frequency of our chosen six topics in The Express, The <br />Sun and The Mirror<br />
Graph Three – Word Count<br /> Graph to show the average length of each media example for both Conservation and Medical Research in our chosen newspapers.<br />
Graph four – conservation PROMINENCE<br /> Graph to show the prominence of Conservation examples within our chosen newspapers<br />
gRAPH Five– medical RESEARCH prominence<br /> Graph to show the prominence of Medical Research examples within our chosen newspapers<br />
conclusion<br />Broadsheets covered our environmental topics in more depth.<br />Broadsheets and their audiences more interested in world welfare.<br />Tabloids focus more on entertainment.<br />Environmental examples in tabloids are more implicit.<br />More research to be conducted…..<br />