Questions to Audiences
Below are a series of draft questions drawn up by group members with the
aim of securing quality audience feedback.
Remember the expectation is that you will the outcome of your audience
evaluation to report back to the examiner what you have learnt from your
target audience's feedback about the success and quality of each of your
It is really important that you avoid asking questions that will simply
yield yes or no response with any room for elaboration and/or examples
It is better to secure quality feedback from 10 members of your target
audience than feedback from many who simply say that you video is 'sick'
and/or really appealing but are not prepared or able to cite examples
and/or moments taken from your product.
Look back at the age range and background of your genre's target
audience, please make sure you select a representative sample.
Any chance of filming/ taking photos of them? You may need to talk your
audience through the questions first before the screening. This will
present your audience with an opportunity to look out for key areas when
watching/ looking at your media products
Any references/comparisons with real media text is always useful.
Question 3 - What have you learnt from your audience
1. What do you think our narrative was about?
2. Do you like the storyline?
3. Would you say this music video fits in with the pop rock genre?
- characteristics of pop rock genre:
- Could you suggest any improvements we could change?
4. What are your thoughts on the quality of the editing? e.g. pace with
beat of music
5. If you were to watch this without the audio, would you still think
this is a music video?
- yes, no, i don't know, possibly
6. Do you think the narrative of the music video matches the lyrics of
- very good,
good, little match, no match, i don't know
- could you give examples?
7. What did you find appealing about the video?
8. Do you think the narrative to performance ratio is good?
How well do you think our Music Video, Digi-Pack, and website combine
together (do they match)
e.g. any relation between the three
9. Rate the overall video out of 10 - 1 being bad and 10 being
- marketed him as an individual
- did not conform to typical conventions of an indie artist - non white,
1.Do you think we have met the needs of a pop/rock audience?
2.How far do you think selected miss en scene (costume, location,
setting, body language etc.), is appropriate to the pop rock genre?
3.How would you rate the quality of the filming?