X Factor Case Study

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  • X Factor Case Study
    • REALITY TV
      • Non-diegetic sound- used to create mood, e.g sad music - emotional.
    • E-Media
      • Social media, itv player, voting/news app.
      • Facebook, with over 4 million fans, and Twitter with almost 700,000 followers online.
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    • X Factor Case Study
      • REALITY TV
        • Non-diegetic sound- used to create mood, e.g sad music - emotional.
      • E-Media
        • Social media, itv player, voting/news app.
        • Facebook, with over 4 million fans, and Twitter with almost 700,000 followers online.
    • ITV
      • Advertisers: TalkTalk, Rimmel London, Marks &Spencers, Nokia Lumia
  • SYNERGY
    • Print
      • SYNERGY
        • X Factor magazine
        • Tabloid newspapers e.g The Sun, The Daily Mirror and The Daily Star report stories on the X-factor and any salacious new stories to do with the celebrities on the show.
      • Broadcast
        • Produced by Fremantle Media's TalkTalk Thames & Cowell's SYCOtv in 2004.
      • Produced by Fremantle Media's TalkTalk Thames & Cowell's SYCOtv in 2004.
      • The winners of the reality talent show win a recording contract with record label Syco Music; with a value of £1 million.
        • Broadcast
        • Tabloid newspapers e.g The Sun, The Daily Mirror and The Daily Star report stories on the X-factor and any salacious new stories to do with the celebrities on the show.
        • Also have book published about the show and annuals.
          • Print
            • X Factor magazine
        • Audiences can call on Skype to during Xtra Factor to create a direct interactivity between the audiences & the contestants.
          • Advertisers: TalkTalk, Rimmel London, Marks &Spencers, Nokia Lumia

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