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Chat show intro ppt

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Chat show intro ppt

  1. 1. Tuesday 11th MayBTEC LEVEL 3 AWARDUnit 26 – Chat Shows<br />Aim:<br />To be able to understand and identify the codes and conventions of chat shows.<br />
  2. 2. Write down as many chat shows based in the US and UK as possible.<br />Chat Shows <br />
  3. 3. Paul ‘O’ Grady show<br />UK/Male/Celebrity<br />Montell Williams<br />US/Male/Public/Celebrity<br />Sally Jesse Raphael<br />US/Female/Public<br />Jeremy Kyle<br />UK/Male/Public<br />Chat Shows <br />Murray<br />US/Male/Public<br />Oprah Winfred<br />US/Female/Public<br />Jerry Springer<br />US/Male/Public<br />Ricki Lake<br />US/Female/Public<br />Tyra Banks<br />US/Female/Public/Celebrity<br />Trisha Goddard<br />UK/Female/Public<br />
  4. 4. What is a chat show?<br />A talk show (American and Australian English) or chat show (British) is a television or radio program where one person (or group of people) will discuss various topics put forth by a talk show host. Ricky Lake<br />Sometimes, talk shows feature a panel of guests, usually consisting of a group of people who are learned or who have great experience in relation to whatever issue is being discussed on the show for that episode. Oprah Winfrey<br />Other times, a single guest discusses their work or area of expertise with a host or co-hosts. Piers Morgan<br />
  5. 5. Write down as many chat show conventions as possible.<br />(What do chat shows contain/how do we know they are chat shows)?<br />Chat Shows<br />Conventions <br />
  6. 6. Green room<br />Interview techniques<br />Time/channel<br />Hosts<br />Special effects<br />Guest<br />Entertainment of the appeal<br />Chat Shows<br />conventions <br />Duration/structure<br />Audience<br />Style<br />Music/Audio<br />Quirk<br />Studio/layout<br />Topics<br />Props<br />
  7. 7. Task 1 (a)<br />Research task – You will begin your research by viewing at least 4 examples of the chat show form. (TIP- try to include a range of US/UK based shows and current/ past shows). <br />Your viewing notes will need to identify and compare the similarities and differences in the codes and conventions used in each show.<br />
  8. 8. Green Room<br />Is there a room where the guests go to wait?<br />Can we see the guests in this room? What are they doing?<br />
  9. 9. Hosts<br />Who is hosting the chat show?<br />Gender?<br />Are they celebrities as well as chat show hosts and if so what are they famous for? Films...etc)<br />
  10. 10. Guests<br />How many guests are there per show?<br />Are the guests different to each other, how?<br />
  11. 11. Entertainment of the appeal<br />Is this chat show entertaining? Why? Examples.<br />How does it appeal to its target audience?<br />
  12. 12. Audience<br />Live public audiences?<br />Do the audiences take part in the chat show?<br />Describe the demographics of the audience – age, gender, class, etc.<br />
  13. 13. Music/audio<br />Describe the music/audio during the chat show.<br />Does the music vary for each guest? How and why?<br />Is there a visible band?<br />
  14. 14. Props<br />What props are used? Eg sofa/chairs etc.<br />
  15. 15. Quirk or point of interest<br />Is there something ‘quirky’ that is used during the chat show?/ Does the chat show have a unique aspect that other chat shows do not?<br />For example: Jonathan Ross has 4 poofs and a piano – they wear a face of each guest on their t-shirt and they have an intro song for each guest. <br />
  16. 16. Studio Layout<br />Formal/Informal?<br />What else can you see in the studio? For example sliding doors, big screens showing audience and guest what’s going on in the green room.<br />
  17. 17. Topics<br />What topics are discussed between the host and guest. Why?<br />
  18. 18. Style<br />What is the style of the chat show? Comedy, quite rude, sexual innuendo etc.<br />
  19. 19. Duration/Structure<br />How long is the chat show?<br />How is it structured? For example are there breaks, how long is each guest interviewed, is there a consistent ending for the chat show.<br />
  20. 20. Special effects<br />Sound effects?<br />Background graphics?<br />Video clips?<br />
  21. 21. Interview techniques<br />Friendly, chatty etc?<br />
  22. 22. Task 1 (a)<br />You can write your viewing notes using the comparison grid (Student Drive) but must be completed neatly and detailed.<br />Or in the form of the Task 1a exemplar form also in the Student Drive.<br />Keep a record of any websites, clips etc that you use for Task 1 (d)<br />
  23. 23. Task 1 (b)<br />Research techniques – develop your research into the four shows that you have chosen by finding, reading, highlighting and annotatingsecondary research – you will need to include at least two online articles and two print-based articles. <br />From your findings establish 5 questions you would like to seek feedback from your audience on Task 1 (b) Vox pops doc on S Drive<br />Conduct this primary research by filming ‘vox pops’ – Tuesday 18th May, period 1.<br />
  24. 24. Loose Women’s Denise Welch shows courage with cocaine confessions<br />Is there an ailment at least one Loose Woman hasn’t suffered and is willing to share with the public? <br />Never, in the history of television, have so few women experienced so much in such a short time. <br />Betrayal, addictions, disease, divorce, debt, toyboys and cosmetic surgery. That’s just for starters. The all-female panellists on ITV’s daytime show don’t just come with baggage, they’ve got crates of it stacked up in containers. <br />Lorryloads of sorrow, heartache, misery – and smatterings of joy. <br />Once labelled the “Tupperware party” of British television, it’s the show critics love to hate, which is strange because it defies the convention that modern television is ageist – several loose ladies admit they’ll never see 50 again. <br />And, in the nicest possible way, it’s no beauty contest. <br />It doesn’t need to be. <br />Represents target audience<br />
  25. 25. Deadlines<br />Task 1 (a) and Task 1 (b) – except the filming of the voxpops, DUE TUESDAY 18THMAY 8.50AM.<br />Filming of Vox pops Tuesday 18th May period 1<br />
  26. 26. Potential Deadlines<br />Task 1 (a) and Task 1 (b) – except the filming of the voxpops, DUE TUESDAY 18TH MAY 8.50AM.<br />Vox pops – Tuesday 18th May period 1.<br />(Whole class debate) Task 1 (c) – Wednesday 19th May period 3.<br />Research file Task 1 (d) – Friday 21st May 3.00pm.<br />

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