The interview is aired for a given time on television, so in that time a certain amount of information has to be communicated both by Cole and Morgan. The interview is semi-structured. Morgan will have researched the interviewee and thought about the questions to ask which will entertain the audience. Usually the interviewee will know in advance, the questions to be asked. Cole will have an idea about how to respond and what to say, but her words won’t be scripted unlike those of Morgan.
Promotion mix is also used to encourage customers that the product is better than competing products and to remind customers about why they may want to buy it. It can also be used for attracting new customers, creating an image, increase sales, encourage customer loyalty, create awareness and also reassure new customers. Reference: http://www.tutor2u.net/business/marketing/promotion_mix.asp Communication
People read tabloids, peruse the internet, or peer into their neighbors’ lives to understand what is expected of them. They compare themselves with society; possibly judging others, or possibly trying to be better than everyone else, but constantly trying to understand how to be accepted. In order for people to be able to fit in with society, they watch it closely to make sure they are on par with what is expected of them. One way to learn how to fit in with society is by reading about, or watching how, celebrities behave. Whether they are right or wrong, celebrities are looked up to and idolized by many.
In contrast, a major element of Big Brother is speculation about who may be sincere and who may be deceptive. The audience is made to believe they can see the back stage behaviour of the people on both programs, however the actors are always aware they are being observed. Impression management, as described by Goffman (1959), is employed by individuals on both shows in an attempt to positively influence the opinions of co-stars and the audience. In some cases, the audience is able to suspend disbelief to lend credibility to the actors. However, the sincerity of a performance can be gauged only by the actor him/herself.
Regarding the popularity of the sitcom is now not as big as before. According to Brett Mills from his book The Sitcom, the audiences and producers are shifting the direction more into reality show since reality show costs less money to produce, more flexible, can run for a really long period and that the audience will eventually be familiar with the show. But can sitcom steal back the audience’s attention? In order to get the audience’s acceptance, we must know first what content the audience wants to watch. The reason why people watch sitcom is because they want to relax, to get away from their reality world for a while.
What two four’s (4) were not want I thought I would answer but I had to think very hard on it. I do like to listen to others ideas to a certain point. The point would be when the idea is against a certain group and that’s where I draw line or it just benefits one certain group I will also draw the line there. I have learned to be much opened mind in the area of different cultural in our society and in the rest of the world. My behavior is the same with enter acting with peers, strangers, family, and co-workers.
The social influences of visual entertainment are mostly equal to me. They have both positive and negative aspects. I believe that there is a lot of positive coming from individuals watching other individual be successful in their careers. I also feel like there are many inspiring stories that people can learn from or relate to. However, I also feel that there can be a lot of negative and false information which can influence people to do wrong.
Fandom in Consumer Behavior Research Study Lia Que University of Phoenix Fandom in Consumer Behavior Research Study In this paper I will be discussing a research study about the connection between celebrity fandom and how it expresses itself in the consumer behavior of fans. I will examine the research problem and discuss the research method used. In an article by Markus Wohlfeil and Susan Whelan they discussed the issue of whether or not a consumers view toward certain celebrities affects their buying habits. Ever since the beginning of the Hollywood scene celebrities have been looked upon and admired, they have become a part of our everyday lives. Since we see them in their works such as movies and television, or through advertising they seem to catch our attention and draw us in to know more about them and their private lives.
With TV broadcasters that are free to edit their footage, and with viewers who watch reality-TV just to catch a break and turn off their brains for a few minutes, it might not always be completely ethical. But on the other hand many participants in this show feel that their participations have been a great experience, and behind the screens the viewers are really enjoying these shows. Reality has gained a lot of popularity lately, so why is there a problem? Boys and Girls Alone has received some discontented letters from concerned experts, and also some answers from educated people who cannot see the issues on the show. Andrew Mackenzie is Head of factual entertainment on Channel 4 and he sees no reason why Channel 4’s new show should be considered unethical, and states that “Reality television show on children did not pose a hazard to their welfare”.
A person must do his/her research to find a job, it wont magically come around, like some people think. In most cases jobs can be a hassle to find, but this is not true sometimes. Jobs can be found by many ways; by hearing opportunities from a friend, advertisement in the media, in school, or special programs. Another useful method is to have a friend within a company who may connect you to a job because they are aware of the available opportunities within the office. Another way to find a job is through the media; we all watch television, listen to the radio, and read the newspaper, so there should be something that a person can find of interest to him or her.