How does the communications’ feedback that Tv shows’ writers and producer ( the communications’ sources) receive through Web sites like TWOP differ from input from conventional fan mail and standard Tv show’ rating?
On websites such as TWOP writers and producers are able to get a variety of input about the shows. The good, bad and controversial are discussed and rated from viewers all over instantly. They are able to get feedback on shows right after they air versus the time it takes to get through fan e-mails or letters. Shows are compared and rated by viewers. The websites also allow for clips to be played getting a second look so a viewer can see something that was missed. It allowed people to correspond with each other in faster, more efficient, and often inexpensive ways. All the facts with one click as all received feedback is stored in the system, information about the contents, the subject and the quantity of the feedback can be analyzed through listings.
The feedback system gives accurate data regarding how quickly feedback has been responded to. In addition, information about the quantity and subject of the feedback can be accessed with one click. As all of the feedback and its responses can be published via the system, a feedback archive is formed at the same time.
Fan mail and standard TV show ratings are good for the overall season but to keep up with how viewers are reacting to each episode the TWOP website is best. The writer may be able to pinpoint an episode that was not accepted well by the viewers and maybe change the course of the plot. It is instant access to the reactions of a variety of viewers from different locations. It lacks ubiquitous access and it is problematic for most users to access their email from all locations, such as at home or while on the road.