Transcript: In the interview i asked Would you read it? What would you like to see in it? What types of films do you like? When was the last time you watched a film? What film did you last watch? The answers i got were different to those i got in survey monkey. I Started of With 4 ideas of what to do. I took out the 2 options I didn't want to do. My remaining options were film and tv My Project I have been asked to make a free online magazine. I am doing a magazine about films. Magazine Presentation Survey Monkey & Interview Ideas For My Magazine The ideas i had for my magazine were Local Cinemas To Visit Whats on Information My Ideas My Interview Mood board From my survey monkey results i could see that i should make a film magazine.
Transcript: This doesn't mean the Magazine company itself is unpopular, they are still publishing their magazines online, most have their own apps and facebook and twitter pages for fans to follow, so they are still thriving on other media platforms. Magazine Statistics 2012: -Vogue‘s newsstand sales fell 16.5 percent -Vanity Fair, 18.8 percent -Lucky, 15.5 percent -Allure, 19 percent -Hearst’s Elle 20 percent The magazine industry is slowly declining in popularity, more convenient ways of viewing articles, fashion etc are being produced, like apps we can download on our phone, or being able to view their latest edition online, which for some is easier than having to go to the shops and buy it. But personally i still think magazines have a place in the market still, but wont forever, more technology is being released yearly, and there is only so much room in the market. But... About Magazines What is The Future Of The Magazine Industry Magazines contain articles and photographs, typically covering a certain area of industry. The content you get depends on the genre of the magazine, e.g. a gossip magazine might not all be factual but will have a lot of opinions from the public, interviews with celebs and tips to loose weight, but a magazine about cars will be more facts and statistics about cars, and will contain more information. No body knows? Whats Happening? What Else?
Transcript: ~Puts a spotlight on a certain object or event ~Shows you what is really there ~Keeps everything together in the end ~Leaves with a good closing thought ~The letter gives you awareness and expectations ~The Table of Contents begins setting up a structure for the entire magazine ~Officially begins your magazine ~You learn to see things in a new light ~Catches your attention ~Makes you think just a little about what is next to come The Steering Wheel Speedometer The Radio The Windows The Manual ~Gives the Magazine something to think about Magazine Presentation The Tailgate ~Gets people to read it! ~Gives a new POV or Perspective Spark Plug ~Has a say in the direction and structure The Starter ~Gives the opportunity to think for yourself ~Starts adding Power to the engine ~How to act when you don't know what to do ~Tells everything where to go ~Gives possible dangers/situations The Pistons Gauges and Dials ~Gives you all of the information but you need to give it meaning ~Both explain the current situation ~Allows you to hear what you want to hear ~A how to on looking for certain signs Headlights ~Goes in depth with the information seen beforehand "Gives meaning to the miles" ~Opens up to the outside word ~Branches off into the entire magazine ~Sets everything up and starts putting things in motion
Transcript: Vo Ngoc Khanh Linh - s3774899 Nguyen Linh Chi - s3811123 Jae Jun Kyoung - s3697894 Korean Food Culture Introduction Introduction Today we will briefly go through how our team is going to organize our own magazine 1. Food 2. Ingredients 3. Background 4. Processes 4. Challenges Food Food Although there are many cultures that have a wide range of foods, we decided to choose Korean food because we believe it is one of the most popular food these days in Vietnam and we also really love those delicious foods. Moreover, we think the colors of Korean foods are really eye-catching and attractive. Ingredients Ingredients The ingredients are completely grown and preserved by our family so we can ensure that the foods are fresh and we only choose the best things to serve our customers. Background Background Family restaurant and special recipes Familiar attractive space organizing Process Pick appropriate titles, articles and overall look Make sure to achieve a magazine/reader relationship Stamp a personality on the magazine Interesting facts included Collaboration between writer and designer Steps to creating a magazine How food magazines should be presented Balance content and design Balance the role of each member Challenges Challenges
Transcript: Fashion Magazine Our magazine features the alternative styles of teenage girls of the ages 12-18 These are some competing magazines Seventeen Fashion Teen VOGUE Contains Fashion tips Different clothing styles Different Stores And new fashions from today Websites to buy clothes off of For more information go onto www.FashionNow.com Buy it NOW! For only $4.99!
Transcript: Target Market: -Slightly more women than men -Age 20-30 -College educated Competition PRINT Magazine What Makes It Unique? Quantity: 30-40,000 Selling Price: $5.95 Monthly Subscription Production Cost: -Designers -Outsourced Writers/Bloggers -Traditionally printed and digital version -Photographers -Advertising +Aimed at up and coming designers Specs Tyler Osegard HOW Magazine 'Designer Up' Magazine Overall Feel +Well Designed +Clean +Attainable by Students +Matte paper stock +Encourages engagement through pages that allow for note taking 40 Pages Perfect Bound 8.75 x 10.5 Inches A quality mix of inspiring and informational articles. Lower volume of advertisements. Interviews with established designers as well as recent graduates. Design Magazine
Transcript: What’s in it for the advertisers Why our mag? What's in the mag 1 Bede Sima Danielle Thank you! Justification of another mag What's in the mag 2 NewkiMedia magazine Presentation Bo Vlada Tiffany Whitney Design cover FIRST PUBLICATION the most iconic modern & Introduction Design team (Group 2) Editorial team Types of advertising m a g a z i n e Our Research Circulation and Print Run Purpose Design 2 Inside Target Readership
Transcript: What was required? A Magazine aimed at an age group of 16 - 25 year olds. It Needs to include 3 Articles: 1 topic of my choice 1 Young person issue 1 Interview It must be a minimum of 8 pages Then saved as a PDF and uploaded to Calameo My Magazine Idea To create a film Magazine aimed at women I will set it out in 16x9 wide screen format My Article topic will be on women in film I will Interview a women who works in the media My young persons issue will be Teen Pregnancy My Research I researched various magazines including: Total Film Empire Sight and sound Vogue Elle I looked at their layouts and what sort of articles they write and the style of writing they use. I also looked at what they purposely do for there target audience. I also surveyed my audience demographic with questions relevant to the magazine. I also did a lot of research into the topics i was writing about like Teen Pregnancy and film. College Magazine
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