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Assignment 12 (ii)

Planning for Documentary Kaya SumblandRahel FasilJoanne ArodaGledis Dedaj

DRAFT 31Structure For Whole SeriesEpisode: Introduction:(First 2 Mins)Beginning:(15 Mins)Middle:(15 Mins)End:(15 Mins)Social Media The Hegemonic Puppeteer How the media is controlling what information we receive, in Facebook, YouTube, Google, Twitter.

We are influenced by the things that we watch. E.g. Films are used to promote ideologies within society.

E.g. internet, phones, TVIncluding establishing shot of internet cafes (high angles, low angles), a bedroom (with tech), train station (people on phones) with close up of Wi-Fi connecting.

The hierarchy of how information travels out to the world and is sued to control. Us. Higher power at the top and the rest of society at the bottom.

Show case study of the boy who killed his mum mimicking the soap Coronation Street, with archival footage of news broadcast.

Weighing out the two sides of the debate. What is hegemonic and what is democratic about the media landscape.

This is to make audience aware of the history of the web beginning with web 1.0 -a detailed timeline Animation shows information coming out of a computer but none going in from the audiences Sociological theory of upsurge in activismPresenter highlights social networking Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Social News, Online Dating how the web has come to a revolution more democracy Leads to the Web 2.0 part of the animation where information comes in and outShowing how YouTube gaines users success and audience allow them to grow or fail people gain great successPublic interviews on how they feel about web 2.0 in Trafalgar square Lastly web 3.0 with voiceover presenter explaining itExamples of Google search tailoring searchesFinish with expert interview and example of the way web 3.0 is becoming omnipresent Animation on the growing number of people logging onto social networking sites (Facebook, Twitter) and a shot montage of social networking sitesHow this has increased dramatically over the years and why? (Animated graph showing its growth)

The different types of media platforms and how they have become so popular ( montage of Nam Cat and its hype and a graph to show how many views its gained over time).

Reasons why social media and social networking sites make for the perfect tool used to control certain ideologies ( Split screen of both social networking and social media to show their different kinds of control) or products within society. (Their popularity aids their ability to reach a wide range of people.)

For example some marketers use certain social networking sites or social media to promote their products by creating 'Pages' for people to like on Facebook. (show montage of different promotions techniques used)

On most website pages a 'share' or 'like' button will appear.

Introduce algorithms and how it has been brought in as a new form in webExplain with animation the use of a filter bubble - we will show a before and after in Google searchesLink it to social networking going in depth with the way Facebook tailor your newsfeedTalking to the expert behind the industry ask if they even know who tailors our algorithms, who creates their ethics Being in sociological theories into ethnics the extent of our democracyTo lead into next episode go through why algorithms promote a hegemonic form of social networking just manipulates audiences use in the sitesExpert interview and examples of what we see and what we dont seeStructure For Whole SeriesEpisode: Introduction:(First 2 Mins)Beginning:(15 Mins)Middle:(15 Mins)End:(15 Mins)Social Media Fighting backThe different types of social Media platforms. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are communication and sharing platforms. The way that they use algorithms to cater to the individual varies. Facebook ensures that your newsfeed is catered to your taste and what you want to see is there and easily accessible. Google search results are also catered to what they believe you are interested in. They know your interests from your previous Google search.How society is fighting against a hegemonic media platform. Through blogs and Youtube channels created by ordinary people posting their own views to a large audience.

This part will be about how the audience are fighting back with the ability to generate their own information, doing this we will show montage footage of people editing Wikipedia's, scrolling though and posting on their blog and posting social news storiesWe will outline the statistics of the amount of people on blogs, and the many different types of blogs highlighting the minority groups within society being able to express themselves repeated with social news showing footage of people dig and bury of DiggWe will go into detail, showing how blogs are not consorted, showing the extent of what you can post, and why that should be able to happen though public interview, and blog users interviews and expert interviews as to why nothing is censoredTo argue the first 15 minutes and explore how we think we are being given various choices, however these choices are provided by higher powers who determine your search results.E.g. Online Dating : Your match is determined for you. So we will show someone filling in online dating application form, using a public interview, empathising with how they feel about this opportunityHowever, then we will have an expert explaining what they do with their online form and how they chose their ideal partner, who they are blocking out and whyWe will have statistics on the success rates of those they choose and those who find love with people different to themselvesFollowing this will explore the use of technological convergences, how it promotes and allows the constant landscape of media to develop the ways we are very vocal and influential by ourselves in technology, but presenting a conclusion to weather social media is hegemonic or democraticDo this by showing how the use of iPads have developed e.g the apps and how genius on the iPad suggest and imply what we should download Though ending with a conclusion that we are always revolutionising and are becoming more democratic Structure For Whole SeriesEpisode: Introduction:(First 2 Mins)Beginning:(15 Mins)Middle:(15 Mins)End:(15 Mins)Film & Television How and if we are influenced by the things we watch through films and TV (Listing some examples, Star Wars Trilogy, The Batman Trilogy)

How ideologies have been integrated into our daily watching's (News, soaps, Dramas)

Films : Used to install certain ideologies within society or promote these ideologies through examples of our culture in relation to others and what they see

Examples of specific films that have influence the world the most alongside with statistics. (Clockwork Orange, Triumph Of The Will, War Of The Worlds)How stereotypes have become hegemonic through someone's dictation of script.

This is liked to the propaganda used in WW1 and WW2 to promote the Nazi Regime. The news and how people have no control over what is shown. It is seen as a reliable source of information especially in government and terrorism case studies as they have no other sources to gain information from.

What is shown on the news is specifically chosen for a certain representation. Particularly in The London Riots when the news mainly showed footage of youths rioting when statistics show that the majority of looters were adults. Youths have a stereotypically negative image now

Choice of EpisodeThe episode we will focus on is

We chose this episode because

It was intriguing of all our subtopicsIt has a lot of evidence of a great revolutionIt would be easiest to get footage forIt is the most current and in topic in the 21st centuryIts the most progressive form of media

Social Media The Hegemonic Puppeteer Structure for EpisodeEpisodeIntroduction(1st 2 min)Introduction(1 min)BeginningRevolution of The WebMiddleSocial Networking SitesEndAlgorithmsSocial Media- The Hegemonic Puppeteer How the media is controlling what information we receive, in Facebook, YouTube, Google, Twitter.

We are influenced by the things that we watch. E.g. Films are used to promote ideologies within society.

E.g. internet, phones, TVIncluding establishing shot of internet cafes (high angles, low angles), a bedroom (with tech), train station (people on phones) with close up of Wi-Fi connecting.

The hierarchy of how information travels out to the world and is sued to control. Us. Higher power at the top and the rest of society at the bottom.

Show case study of the boy who killed his mum mimicking the soap Coronation Street, with archival footage of news broadcast.

Weighing out the two sides of the debate. What is hegemonic and what is democratic about the media landscape.

Presenter introducing the episode on social networking (Facebook, YouTube and Twitter) including statistics on how much people use itEstablishing shot of internet caf to establish where presenter isLong shot of presenter on computerGets up and starts to walk out with camera followingShe discusses platforms of social mediaFacebook, social news, Twitter, YouTube, Tumblr, online dating screen shots shown

Begin with web 1.0 with a detailed timeline Animation shows information coming out of a computer but none going in from the audiences Sociological theory of upsurge in activismPresenter highlights social networking Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Social News, Online Dating how the web has come to a revolution more democracy Leads to the Web 2.0 part of the animation where information comes in and outShort supporting footage of increasing subscribers and views of a YouTube video, increasing popularity people gain great success