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  • Research into Media institutions for Twitter Documentary. Channel 4 seems like a good platform to broadcast our documentary on, mainly due to many of its more current up to date issues it deals with in dispatches, and also on one of documentaries for example “confessions of a shoplifter” and “my daughter the teenage nudist” both of which were widely different to other documentaries that were being broadcast on other television channels at the time, both of which have been widely watched due to how different and interesting they were. BBC 3 is well known for putting on a series of interesting one off documentaries to do with social media and other technologies. This means that it would most likely be the most appropriate broadcaster for our documentary, as it would fit in quite well with the spread of documentaries that they have already aired. It also caters to a younger generation as its target audience is 16-34. As this is the target audience we are aiming at, it is most likely going to be deemed the most appropriate channel to broadcast our documentary on.We will be broadcasting ourdocumentary on BBC 3 at 8:30 in orderto capture a large audience. Afterdiscussion we thought that BBC 3 wasmore appropriate than Channel 4 asour documentary would be moresuited to BBC 3’s audience.