Task 3: Production Meeting and Presenting the concept for your chat show....<br />All: (Pass)  to be able to identify the ...
Key Words<br />Format = How a Production is organised. Time of day, live? Studio audience? Target audience,  <br />Style =...
What is the style and format of each of these chat shows....<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KMrJGz3EIg<br />http://w...
Which chat show is this concept for?<br />_______ has an opinionated chat show host. _____ often aggressive manner with gu...
What different roles will be needed?<br />Host<br />Guest (s)<br />Audience Plants<br />Camera person (perhaps 2?)<br />So...
For a Distinction your chat show must include...<br />3 x camera angles<br />Chroma key background<br />Editing techniques...
First Production Meeting<br />The Concept for your chat show <br />The Target audience for your chat show<br />The Role fo...
Jobs for today<br />Pair One: Create target audience profile<br />Pair Two: Job descriptions/ specifications <br />Pair Th...
Target Audience<br />http://sidnewmansmedia.blogspot.com/2010/03/target-audience-powerpoint.html<br />http://finalriham.bl...
Presentation<br />For a distinction you should include:<br />Clear concept, style and format for chat show<br />Detailed u...
Enterprise and Communication Skills<br />Clear, confident presentation<br />Formal language<br />Clear  and appropriate Bo...
Homework<br />Write a treatment for your chat show (due: Tuesday 15th June 2010)<br />Distinction Criteria<br />Analysis o...
Important Deadlines<br />Outstanding work from Task 1 and Task 2  (Health and Safety) Friday 11th June<br />Chat show  –  ...
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  1. 1. Task 3: Production Meeting and Presenting the concept for your chat show....<br />All: (Pass) to be able to identify the target audience and format for their chat show. All will cooperate with group members and participate in production meeting.<br /> <br />Most: (Merit) to be able to explain the target audience and style for their chat show. Most will be able to make contributions in the production meeting.<br /> <br />Some: (Distinction) to be able to explain the concept of their chat show. Some will take a leading role in their production meeting and present formally to their client.<br />
  2. 2. Key Words<br />Format = How a Production is organised. Time of day, live? Studio audience? Target audience, <br />Style = Way of expressing the format. The host’s behaviour, set, guests, channel?<br />Concept = Whole Package. How it targets it’s audience, what makes it different to other chat shows?<br />
  3. 3. What is the style and format of each of these chat shows....<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KMrJGz3EIg<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWeG0tQprzs&feature=related<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUhCjIDLlSg<br />
  4. 4. Which chat show is this concept for?<br />_______ has an opinionated chat show host. _____ often aggressive manner with guests has been the source of both popularity and criticism. ______ is seemingly unafraid of reprisal from his guests, believing that speaking his mind is better than holding his peace. Guests sometimes take offence at the hosts comments, one guest even attempting to throw a chair at him, but the host often justifies the criticism by claiming that he only wants to help them. _____ is a daytime show that aims to entertain, inform and educate. Its target audience consists mainly of students and the unemployed.<br />
  5. 5. What different roles will be needed?<br />Host<br />Guest (s)<br />Audience Plants<br />Camera person (perhaps 2?)<br />Sound technician<br />
  6. 6. For a Distinction your chat show must include...<br />3 x camera angles<br />Chroma key background<br />Editing techniques for effect (eg: cutaways)<br />20 min long (after editing) with a cut to a advert break.<br />Excellent sound quality<br />A theme tune<br />A defined concept and style<br />Targets a specific audience (think: topic, time, channel)<br />Live Audience<br />
  7. 7. First Production Meeting<br />The Concept for your chat show <br />The Target audience for your chat show<br />The Role for each group member when producing your chat show (camera person, presenting)<br />Extension: Minute your production meeting. <br />
  8. 8. Jobs for today<br />Pair One: Create target audience profile<br />Pair Two: Job descriptions/ specifications <br />Pair Three: Create concept map.<br />Extension: Write a budget report for your chat show. <br />
  9. 9. Target Audience<br />http://sidnewmansmedia.blogspot.com/2010/03/target-audience-powerpoint.html<br />http://finalriham.blogspot.com/2010/04/check-out-this-slideshare-presentation.html<br />
  10. 10. Presentation<br />For a distinction you should include:<br />Clear concept, style and format for chat show<br />Detailed understanding of target audience and how you will attract them<br />Props/ clips/ drawings/ diagrams<br />Job descriptions/ roles<br />How you will plan to ensure your chat show happens - good time management.<br />Treatment ideas (editing, sound, set, name, style, camera angles)<br />
  11. 11. Enterprise and Communication Skills<br />Clear, confident presentation<br />Formal language<br />Clear and appropriate Body language<br />Good volume<br />Response to questions<br />Media Terminology<br />
  12. 12. Homework<br />Write a treatment for your chat show (due: Tuesday 15th June 2010)<br />Distinction Criteria<br />Analysis of camera angles, editing, mise en scene and how they will be used to target your audience.<br />How do you visualise your chat show.<br />
  13. 13. Important Deadlines<br />Outstanding work from Task 1 and Task 2 (Health and Safety) Friday 11th June<br />Chat show – filmed production meeting – Tuesday 15thJune period 2.<br />Chat show presentations/pitch – Wednesday 16thJune period 2.<br />Chat show filming – Monday 21st June 9 – 12.<br />Analysis of camera angles, editing, mise en scene and how they will be used to target your audience.<br />How do you visualise your chat show.<br />

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