Research for<br /> music magazines<br />
Front cover of Q magazine <br />The title and Masthead are eye catching to the reader because it is in the top left hand c...
Contents page of Q magazine<br />Good  use of title/masthead, clear  issue number and  date of issue<br />Small logo in th...
Double page spread of Q magazine<br />To tell the reader the name of the band featured on the two pages<br />First word of...
Front cover of NME magazine <br />The masthead is big and bright so it is eye-catching towards its audience<br />Variety o...
Contents page of NME magazine<br />Large titles used to help catch the readers attention<br />Headings are small and hard ...
Double page spread of NME magazine<br />The title is large to help it stand out and to let the reader know what the articl...
Front cover of Q magazine <br />Large, eye-catching title<br />The heading may tempt the reader into buying the magazine<b...
Contents page of Q magazine<br />Contents page clearly labelled and easy to see<br />Numbers tell the reader what pages th...
Double page spread of Q magazine<br />Lets the reader know  who the article is about<br />Big letter “C” in a different co...
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Music Magazine Research And Planning

  1. 1. Research for<br /> music magazines<br />
  2. 2. Front cover of Q magazine <br />The title and Masthead are eye catching to the reader because it is in the top left hand corner- this is one of the first places a reader would look at. It is big and bright which also helps to catch attention<br />Good use of headings as they are big and bold which helps them stand out towards the reader<br />Good contrast is also used on the clothes that the Arctic Monkeys are wearing. This is so they stick to the colours used on the front cover<br />Good use of cover lines as they help to attract the readers by the use of bright colours. These are used to help tempt the customer into buying the magazine<br />There is a good contrast of colours used which would help important parts of the magazine stand out. Contrast is used well with combinations of red and white, black and white, red and black, gold and black, and gold and white<br />Bar code, date, issue number, and cost<br />
  3. 3. Contents page of Q magazine<br />Good use of title/masthead, clear issue number and date of issue<br />Small logo in the corner<br />Picture of band to show the audience who the main article is about<br />Different use of colour to help it stand out <br />Title to show the reader a bit more about the main article, some of the text is bigger as to make it eye catching and more appealing<br />Headings in a different colour in bold writing and capital letters to help it stand out<br />Smaller picture to show another article, this isn’t a main article therefore the picture and title are smaller<br />
  4. 4. Double page spread of Q magazine<br />To tell the reader the name of the band featured on the two pages<br />First word of the article are bigger, in bold and in a different colour, this is to make it stand out, and may lead you towards reading the article<br />Pictures of the article monkeys performing<br />Quote from one of the band members from the article<br />First words of a new paragraph are bigger and bolder to make them stand out because they are at the beginning of a new paragraph<br />
  5. 5. Front cover of NME magazine <br />The masthead is big and bright so it is eye-catching towards its audience<br />Variety of colours used, to help the magazine stand out<br />Close up of Simon Cowell. A famous star on the cover should increase the changes of the magazine selling<br />Good use of fonts for the cover lines, variation used to make it more eye-catching<br />Cover lines in the shape of baubles as it is a Christmas issue<br />
  6. 6. Contents page of NME magazine<br />Large titles used to help catch the readers attention<br />Headings are small and hard to read but they are in a different colour to make them stand out<br />First letter of text is larger and in a different colour to help lead the reader towards the article <br />
  7. 7. Double page spread of NME magazine<br />The title is large to help it stand out and to let the reader know what the article is about<br />Text is in two colours to help highlight the key parts<br />Quote from Simon Cowell, the text is large so the reader is more likely to read it<br />First letter of text is larger to help lead the reader towards the article <br />Close up of Simon Cowell, his expression indicates that he is thinking<br />
  8. 8. Front cover of Q magazine <br />Large, eye-catching title<br />The heading may tempt the reader into buying the magazine<br />Cover lines are in a variety of colours to help draw the readers attention <br />Good use of colours and font sizes to help the text stand out<br />Famous cover star, may attract more readers than usual<br />
  9. 9. Contents page of Q magazine<br />Contents page clearly labelled and easy to see<br />Numbers tell the reader what pages the main articles are on<br />Issue number<br />Smaller version of the front cover<br />Regular features stand out by good use of colours<br />Features stand out by good use of colours<br />Magazine logo<br />Page number<br />Date <br />
  10. 10. Double page spread of Q magazine<br />Lets the reader know who the article is about<br />Big letter “C” in a different colour behind the text <br />Mid shot photos of Cheryl Cole<br />First letter of the paragraphis larger to help lead the reader towards the article <br />Quote from Cheryl Cole taken from the article<br />

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