Channel for BroadcastWe have chosen the channel BBC Three to broadcast our documentary on. BBCThree‟s website explains tha...
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Channel for broadcast

  1. 1. Channel for BroadcastWe have chosen the channel BBC Three to broadcast our documentary on. BBCThree‟s website explains that its target audience includes those in the 16-34 year oldgroup and has the purpose of providing “innovative” content to younger audience,focusing on new talent and new technologies. The channel is onair from 19:00 to around 05:00 each night. BBC Threewas launched in 2003 and allows the BBC to appeal toyounger audiences. This is why we have chosen BBCThree as our channel for broadcast because it focuseson the problems and issues that the young generationface today. They broadcast programmes such as, „Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents‟and „Snog, Marry, Avoid?‟ which explore the lives of young adults. BBC Three seemed like the right choice for our channel for broadcast as our documentary „Underage and Protected‟ also focuses on an issue that is affecting a lot of young teenagers today and becoming an ever growing problem in today‟s society. We have chosen to broadcast our documentary at 10pm because our documentary is aimed to maketeenagers think twice about the contraception and we know, through research andquestionnaires that most teenagers will be watching at that time. We also knowthrough research that BBC Three have shown similar documentaries before such as,„Unsafe Sex in the City‟. This documentary explores the impact that unsafe sex hashad on our society. This is relevant to our documentary as it has a similar topic andalso appeals to a similar target audience as our documentary therefore, this makesus sure that BBC Three is the right channel to broadcast our documentary.

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