Media {NME}<br />By Richard Maguire<br />And Shawn Gordon<br />
Mag price <br />Mag Logo<br />Inside info<br />Free mag inside ( can effect price)<br />Broken trumpet = old times <br />N...
Front cover <br />The image attracts people since its of “famous” people  “Liam and noel "who are the classic image of “ro...
Front cover details<br />the colours are significant as they are shown with a red coat s hate between two people and the o...
Magazine cost/audience/launch date <br />The magazine  is only £2.30 and its found at the  top left corner.<br />Its repre...
Contents Page placements <br />Images followed by  brief paragraphs of info on the event or subject. Also followed by the ...
Change (<br />They represent  the begging of “new rock” of teens and young adults rock coming out from “classic” rock.<br ...
Double page (article etc)<br />Big famous guy “Bret Easton” smoking looking like a tycoon sitting down being interviewed. ...
The end <br />Hypnotoad Says “This presentation was great wouldn’t you agree?”( Hypnotises)<br />For more information on c...
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  1. 1. Media {NME}<br />By Richard Maguire<br />And Shawn Gordon<br />
  2. 2. Mag price <br />Mag Logo<br />Inside info<br />Free mag inside ( can effect price)<br />Broken trumpet = old times <br />Name of main guy in issue <br />Showing something news coming <br />
  3. 3. Front cover <br />The image attracts people since its of “famous” people “Liam and noel "who are the classic image of “rock”.(11 September 2010 edition)<br />We know the information inside the magazine such from the front cover relating to certain pages and subject’s (such as “inside LA’S new stone scene).<br />Its been arranged like this to push the main points and attract readers without boring them.<br />Red/white/black since they go great together and are attractive<br />.<br />There are iconic signs such as “Liam” who represents white rock.<br />Yes also there is “symbolic” signs such as “liams red coat” which symbolises ‘hate’.<br />All these signs appeal their audience by relating with them. ( young rockers = Appeal to teens//bands in the making).<br />
  4. 4. Front cover details<br />the colours are significant as they are shown with a red coat s hate between two people and the other person has black symbolising the hate is going to kill him and there is a lack of white colour showing there is no peace which is appealing to the young generation since them colours are Classic involvements in rocks “idealism”.<br />(The font) “sans serif”( without tail ) font and looks like a Arial black font.<br />Its been choosing to make it look ‘serious’ yet (Out of the world). <br />There is a magazine website referring to this such as “Nme’s actual website” found at www.nme.com.<br /> since its majority viewers are “internet” users. At over 5 million.<br />
  5. 5. Magazine cost/audience/launch date <br />The magazine is only £2.30 and its found at the top left corner.<br />Its representational issues are it represents “ the classic young rockers and teens” as the front cover of 2 rockers and the repeating of rock sensations /rockers in the making found inside the magazine. <br /> as a male gender aged 23 as median. (Abc 1 social status)<br />The language is simple and informal so its targeting obviously “teens” and “c2/d” social status males.( with a tiny audience of “girls” as in girlfriends of the readers or at places such as universities).<br />The language targets the audience since its speaking in-formal.( Its readers are in-formal and tend to get with the times).<br />Also Nme was launched date year was 1952 <br />Its published By (IPC) <br />
  6. 6. Contents Page placements <br />Images followed by brief paragraphs of info on the event or subject. Also followed by the page its on.<br />The images inform me that's the magazine issue is about hate such as what the information / Facial descriptions of the people being looked at.<br />Many fonts such as “A sans serif”( without tail ) font and looks like a Arial black font.<br />All the content page images are from “photo banks” or agencies. And are old.<br />The language targets the audience using “informal” and Excessive capital letters in short writing to just shout what's happening which teens and rock people will immediately understand.<br />
  7. 7. Change (<br />They represent the begging of “new rock” of teens and young adults rock coming out from “classic” rock.<br />Such as “ I F*** AROUND SHOOTING GUNS” exactly like that . And “ F***,F***YOU CANNOT ASK ME THAT. THIS IS TORTURE!!!”<br />Its denotation colour scheme is dull black and white and slowly is going into light and colourful.<br />Its connotation colour means is “black and white as old” to “colourful” now as the new. <br /> (((Old rock to new rock.))<br /> Its showing the era of “classic rock” going and new rock coming so will attract the young as its their time now!!<br />
  8. 8. Double page (article etc)<br />Big famous guy “Bret Easton” smoking looking like a tycoon sitting down being interviewed. And the interview details portrayed below him as a article.<br />Then some agency photos followed by quick snapshots of information.<br />The denotation shows a famous rock author and his favourite albums//inspiration <br />
  9. 9. The end <br />Hypnotoad Says “This presentation was great wouldn’t you agree?”( Hypnotises)<br />For more information on connotation/denotation and signs look at the links below <br />http://studyspace.student.stanmore.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=109<br />To “Semiotics Power point”<br />Please judge Maya's presentation bad hypnotoad says DO IT!!!<br />
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