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Magazine Analysis

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Magazine Analysis
Double page spread
Front Cover
Contents
Main image- Main focus,typically the person featured in the main article.
Shot-Medium close-up/close-up.
Headline- Reinforces the idea that they are the prime selling point for this particular issue. boldest&largest font; describing the main story.
Direct mode of address- between main image and audience-personal relationships(uses& gratification).
Puff- Flash of information. Use of white;within house style.
Barcode/Dateline/Price/Issue number-The price shows conventions of an upmarket magazine compared to NME magazine.
Main sell lines-
Breaks convention, normally on right hand side.
vital articles shown
Logo/Masthead-Bold typography with contrasting colours. The plainness and elegance- targets older demographic- class and age- (receptive theory)
Logo/Masthead-
Bold typography with contrasting colours; making readers familiar with the magazine. The simplicity and elegance- targets older demographic- class and age- (receptive theory)
Direct mode of address- Bond between reader and Image.
personal relationship-(uses&grat).
Main sell lines- Conventional as the are on the right side. Shows essential articles.
Puff- Flash of information. Use of black;keeps within house style.
Main image- Conventionally of the person associated in main article. Breaks convention of medium close-up/close-up
Footer-Idea that magazine contains interesting content; suggesting the magazine will be fulfilling Cognitive needs. Conventionally stands out due to the contrast of white and black; continuity of house style.
Barcode/Issue number/Price/Date. Barcode-Breaks convention of bottom left.
Headline- Reinforces they're the selling point. Conventionally the largest&Boldest typography,describing the main story.
Masthead-Bold initials stand out due to the contrasting colours; making readers familar with the magazine.
Direct mode of address- Bond between image and reader- personal relationship(uses&grats)
Strapline-Conventionally underneath the masthead
Headline- Keeps within the simple colour scheme. Conventionally the largest and boldest typography; describing the main story.
Main image- Cigarette and denim jacket suggests the demographic are rugged young and carefree-age( receptive theory)
conventionally shows the person featured in the main article.
Main sell lines- Conventionally on the right hand side, showing the essential articles.
Date/Price/issue number/Barcode- The cost reflects the price range of the target audience.
Header- Reinforces idea that magazine contains intresting content;suggesting that the magazine will be fulfilling Cognitive needs.Conventionally stands out due to the contrast of white and black;continuity of house style.
Logo/Masthead-Bold typography with contrasting colours. The plainness and elegance- targets older demographic- class and age- (receptive theory)
Barcode/Price/Date- The price shows conventions of an upmakret magazine. Barecode breaks conventions of the barcode in the bottom left corner.
Headline- Reinforces the idea that they are the prime selling point for this particular issue. Conventionally the largest and boldest typography;describing main story.
Puff-Flash of information, colour scheme keeps within the housestyle.
Main sell lines-Shows vital articles.
Conventional as on right hand side.
Direct mode of address-Between main image and audience-personal relationships(uses& gratification).
Main image- Cheryl's tongue licking the ring shows sexual connotations (Tunstall). Conventionally the person featured in the main article.
Typicallly a medium close-up/close-up.
Strapline- Conventionally a subheading underneath the Masthead
Masthead-Bold initials stand out due to the contrasting colours; making readers familar with the magazine.
Direct mode of address-Bond between image and reader- personal relationship(uses&grats).
Puff-Flash of information,stands out due to contrasting colours.
Main image- The scruffy open top and dark eyes suggests the demographic are rugged ,young and carefree-age( receptive theory)
conventionally shows the person featured in the main article.
Footer- The point on 'plus' suggests to turn over and look inside. Shows extra parts inside.
Conventionally eye catching and stands out.
Headline- Boldest and largest typography, describing the main story. Conventionally rugged and scruffy to keep within the type of audience.
Header-Idea that magazine contains interesting content; suggesting the magazine will be fulfilling Cognitive needs. Conventionally stands out due to the contrast of yellow and black; continuity of house style.
Pull quote- Typically a quote from the article/ interview, this also is uneven text to keep in with the type of audience. Quote creates a hermeneutic code enticing the reader to find the article.
Additional image-Appeals to audiences seeking to fulfil Cognitive Needs (Acquiring Knowledge), also those seeking Tension Release Needs (Escape and Diversion). The picture fits in with the main image(dark eyes). Contrasting colours fits in with house style.
Main Image- Long shot, edginess of the band is shown through the messy hair, sunglasses with hands in pockets, this connotes the band styles of music to be rock/indie.
The band are mid 30's suggesting the audience is young-middle age.
Logo- Continuity of design from the front cover and familaries the reader with the magazine.
Pull quote- common phrases makes the reader feel like a friend to the magazine, creates personal relationship (uses&grats) also encouraging the reader to want to find out the context; creating a hermeneutic code.
Date/Website- Show the reader when it was published. Website is an alternative view of reading the magazine; increasing sales and views.
Title- Contrasting colours and captials makes the tittle stand out and clear due to the bold typograghy.
Article title- Anchor the main image.
Smaller vertical column helps frame the main image; as its the main focus.
Smaller image- Full body shot, the contrasting colours make the image stand out even though its smaller.
Anchors smaller image.
Seperate column- The use of gold suggests class and elegance, this connotes how 'special' the featured column is.
Page numbers- Typography is red which shows continuity of the brand identity.
Heading- Continuity of brand identity, showing the same colour scheme as the logo.
Vertial column- Shows what's inside, also frames the main image.
Title-Contrasting colours- capitals makes the tittle stand out and clear due to the bold typograghy
Logo- Continuity of brand identity- familaries the reader with the magazine.
Date/website- Shows the reader when it was published. Website is an alternative view of reading the magazine; increasing sales and views.
Heading -Continuity of brand identity, showing the same colour scheme as the logo.
Page numbers-Typography is red which shows continuity of the brand identity.
Main image -
Direct mode of address-bond between image and reader-personal relationship(uses&grats) Close up shot.
Her hair and make up connotes class; appeals to the demographic.
Article title- Anchors main image.
Smaller image- Direct mode of address- creating a bond-personal relationship. Medium close up, the image portrays a relaxed vibe.
Sell line- Use of rhetorical question- establishes hermeneutic codes(Barthes) that encourage the reader to seek out the information inside the magazine.
Quote-Suggests exciting content, to fulfil needs for the audience-creates a hermeneutic code enticing the reader to find the article.Use of expletive appeals to the demographic.
Use of ‘Exclusive’ this suggests that the magazine is the only source of this information- Needs Model, suggests that it is ideal for fulfilling Cognitive Needs.
Use of band names suggests a wide range of information in the magazine;fulfilling Cognitive Needs, also personal identification or relationships with one or more of the bands name(uses and grats).
Variety of bands suggests a wide range of information inside- cognitive needs fulfilled, likewise personal identification/relationship(uses&grats).
Variety of bands suggests a wide range of information inside- cognitive needs fufilled, likewise personal identification/relationship(uses&grats).
Alliteration to suggest the writng will be intresting and excitng.
Variety of bands suggests a wide range of information inside- cognitive needs fulfilled, likewise personal identification/relationship(uses&grats)
Pull quote suggests exciting content, to fulfil needs for the audience-creates a hermeneutic code enticing the reader to find the article.
Sub catergorises make it easy to nagivate around the magainze, allowing the reader to fulfil their needs.
Caption-Gives the reader a sense that the stories that go with them will be entertaining, fulfilling their Tension Release needs.
The band names promises to fulfil the Cognitive needs of a wide variety of different readers because it contains so many band names.
Sub catergories- Easier to navagate around.Categories allow readers to choose to go to the section that best fulfils their need.
Sub heading-Easy to navigate, categories allow readers to choose to go to the section that best fulfils their need.
The band names promises to fulfil the Cognitive needs of a wide variety of different readers because it contains so many band names.
Sub catergorises make it easy to nagivate around the magazine, allowing the reader to fulfil their needs.
Main image- Candid style, suggesting a possible insight into the life of the artist. Continuity of house style,shown through the red lighting. Picture of concert creats personal relationship- feels like you are there.
Logo- Continuity of design from the front cover and familaries the reader with the magazine.
Logo- Continuity of design from the front cover and familaries the reader with the magazine.
Caption-To give the reader a sense that the stories that go with them will be entertaining, fulfilling their Tension Release needs.
Caption-Gives the reader a sense that the stories that go with them will be entertaining, fulfilling their Tension Release needs.
Main image-Candid style, suggesting a possible insight into the life of the artist. Medium close up, the use of concert creates personal relationship; readers feels like they are there.
Title-Contrasting colours- captials makes the title stand out and clear due to the bold typograghy.
Advertisement/subscription-Conventionally a different colour to the brand identity, to stand out. Use of advertisment to encourage readers to buy the next issue.
'Women in music' this column suggests the specific demographic for this issue is aimed at women, this is reinforcd by the sub heading 'girl power'.
Smaller vertical column helps frame the main image.

Date- Shows when the magazine was published.
Advertisement/subscription-Conventionally a different colour to the brand identity, to stand out. Use of advertisment to encourage readers to buy the next issue.
Title-Contrasting colours- captials makes the title stand out and clear due to the bold typograghy.
Date- Showing when the magazine was published.
Continuity of house style colours, reversal of red and white makes it eye catching.Use of arrow makes the reader want to turn over- powerless to find out-needs model.
Continuity of house style colours, reversal of red and white makes it eye catching.Use of arrow makes the reader want to turn over- powerless to find out-needs model.
Conventional layout- Large image on the left hand page and the right hand page is mainly text.
The L covers the majority of the page, this highlights that the article is about Lady Gaga. The colour of the L reinforces the logo.
Conventional layout- Large image on the left hand page and the right hand page is mainly text
The J takes up the majority of the article; highlighting that its about Jay-z. The colour of the J anchors the logo.
Main image- Edited to greyscale making the picture seem classic and elagant, appealing to demographic.
The placement of her hands and provocative clothing shows sexual connotations (Tunstall), which Lady Gaga is known for.
Direct mode of address, creating bond- personal relationship.
Layout- Large image on the right hand page and the left hand page is mainly text, breaking convention as usually other way around.
Direct mode of address- creates bond with reader; personal relationship(uses and grats)
The positing of her legs has sexual connotations (Tunstall) this is reinforced by the clothing with the top highlighting a certain part of her body suggesting shes seductive.
Conventional layout- Large image on the left hand page and the right hand page is mainly text.
Title- Very fragmented,this fits in well with the rugged look of Lily Allen.
The large image is intended to interest an audience who identify with the artist in question.Fans of the artist will enjoy a larger image and may even come to collect them.
Direct mode of address- creates a bond; personal relationship(uses and grats)
The scruffy open top, quite minimalistic clothingand dark eyes suggest shes edgy,young and carefree appealing to teenagers-early 20's. Her eye make up fits in with the title colours.
The black and white scheme is simplistic but jagged to not complicate the demographic. The red is to highlight the imporant key points like 'Lily Allen' the use of red in the t-shirt reinforces the main focus points.
The 'I' highlights the start of the article.
Fans of the artist will enjoy a larger image and may even come to collect them.
The red lighting shows continuity of the brand identity, also the split lighting suggests he has two sides.
Close up shot, the sunglasses connotes hes fierce and sharp.
The text is arranged in three columns, which is a common convention of music magazines.
The S is in a captial at the start of the paragraph to suggest its an improtant article.
Logo in the corner to show what magazine it is.
The USA signifes the artists nationality.
The elagant yet femine typography, fits in well as the artist is female.
Conventionally the text is arranged in three columns, which is a common convention of music magazines.
The use of the artist sitting on the USA flag highlights the patriotism of the artist, this is reinforced as 'USA' is also in bold text behind her.
The red hair and flag are very bold colours which signifes passion and fire which connotes her passion for music.
The text is arranged in columns conventionally three however this issue only has two but still contains three articles.
Logo to show what magazine it is.
Pull quotation offers entertainment and an enticement for readers interested in the artist. The language is sensationalist and will create hermeneutic narrative tension.
The caption draws the reader into the story and also to promise entertainment from the process of reading the article/interview.
The text is arranged in four columns with little writng which is unusal. The majority of the page is taken up by the title which is unconventional in music magazines.
Caption to draw the reader into the story and also to promise entertainment from the process of reading the article/interview.
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