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A2 Evaluation Presentation


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A2 Evaluation Presentation

  1. 1. Media<br />Korri Singh Aulakh<br />
  2. 2. In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products ? <br />Media/ Medium -<br /><ul><li>Newspaper as it provides teenagers with entertainment and news stories.
  3. 3. Has a connotative meaning of young, fun, teenagers e.g alcohol, exciting news,
  4. 4. camera angles,
  5. 5. Mise en scene, Institutions- could be the associated newspapers Genre – variety within the newspaper general news, sports celebrity wide coverage</li></ul>Representation- <br /><ul><li>Of youth and a young newspaper represents diversity
  6. 6. Not for certain teenager so not biased but for all as relates to all young people
  7. 7. Audience-
  8. 8. People who buy the commodities -Aim at young people aimed 15 to 18 years old
  9. 9. Informal feel to relate to our audience Ideologies and values-to maintain readers attention about medias outlook on teenagers such as binge drinking to ensure our audience is attracted, community local stories and events.Narrative- texts structure has a beginning middle and end, headlines pictures, name of newspaper </li></ul>We have also used advertisements throughout and when we looked at other local newspapers they regularly had advertisements on the pages.<br /><br />
  10. 10. Comparison of front page<br /><br />
  11. 11. Comparison second page<br /><br />
  12. 12. Comparison of poster<br />
  13. 13. Comparison of website home page<br />Websites we looked at<br /><br />
  14. 14. Comparison of website news page<br />
  15. 15. How effective is the combination of your main product and ancillary texts?<br />Newspaper<br />Uses codes and conventions used in regular newspapers.<br />Used bright colours and bold fonts so it would appeal to a younger audience.<br />Poster<br />Has a youth theme, bright and bold<br />Background is a brick wall so it appeals to a younger target audience.<br />The newspaper name looks like graffiti on the wall so it appeals to a younger audience<br />Website<br />Tried to keep a consistent theme throughout.<br />Using the blue “Flava” logo through out the website on the different pages.<br />Used stories from the newspaper to keep the newspaper and website connected.<br />
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  17. 17. What have you learned from your audience feedback?<br />During the production of our newspaper, website and poster I made sure I got audience feedback on each and every time I produced something whether it be for the newspaper or the poster I made sure I asked my peers what they thought of it.<br />We carried out a questionnaire which enabled us to find out exactly what our target audience wanted in a new youth newspaper:<br />Learnt it is the most crucial grounding of any product in order for it to be successful<br />Made sure we asked people other than our peers and friend to prevents our results being biased<br />Good to get different opinions as when showing others our product they noticed things that we weren’t aware of and made valid contributions e.g<br />GOOD POINTS<br />BAD POINTS<br />
  18. 18. Poster<br />Good points<br />Brick background is very usual and set a youthful mood<br />Flava logo stands out an dominates the page as it the whole length of the page<br />The colour blue is very attractive and stands our on the brick background<br />States it free so its informative<br />Use of red to place emphasises and to highlight as it a very dominant colour<br />Include web address showing people that there a website which allows people to further there knowledge of what Flava about<br />Slogan is very large so can easily be read<br />Fact that there a brick wall means will be more tempted to look<br />Informal language<br />Bad points<br />No pictures of the newspaper so people wouldn’t know what your trying to advertise<br />No statements of what our newspaper includes<br />It looks plain<br />
  19. 19. Newspaper<br />Good points<br />Looks like a professional made news paper<br />The masthead is very attractive and stand out on the page<br />The fact there is a slogan ‘ your local youth newspaper’ shows it for a certain audience so would persuade people to buy it<br />Good use of pictures which relate to the articles/ stories<br />Attractive advertisement about a club which is good as gives you places to go and is informative<br />Multiple stories on various topics<br />Consistent colours used throughout<br />Informal Language<br />Bad points<br />Heading on the main articles is too long<br />More pictures on second page<br />Some things looked to squashed on the page<br />Advertisement takes up to much of the page towards the bottom<br />Picture a bit dull (faces)<br />
  20. 20. Website<br />Good points<br />Looks very realistic can’t tell that it not a real one<br />Not to much information on homepage clear in what the newspapers about<br />Includes advertisement and print screen of your newspaper allow people to view it<br />Use of various colours maintains your attention<br />Picture of club faces show what on around Essex<br />Background very dominant and really stands out on the page<br />Gets viewers involved e.g. include a poll<br />Good use of advertisements<br />Provide weekly articles on the website to be read<br />Roll over pictures and search bar<br />Bad points<br />Font is bland<br />
  21. 21. How did you use new media technologies in the construction and research, planning and evaluation stages?<br />When completing this project we used many different media technologies to help aid with our project. Here are the programs we used<br />Photoshop<br />Blogger<br />Digital camera<br />Microsoft Office<br />