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Newspaper and online comparison days

Student online news worksheet

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Newspaper and online comparison days

  1. 1. Newspaper and online comparisondays Spec says - Study The Mail Online and The Guardian websites. Study other broadsheets/tabloids and their websites. Key pages from each newspaper’s website, including the homepage and at least two other pages which help illustrate the scope, scale and content and appeal of each website. Social and participatory media - Twitter, Facebook and Instagram feeds linked to from the main Mail Online and The Guardian websites. A consideration of how active each newspaper’s social and participatory media feeds are, including which articles are featured and which generate the most audience participation. NB: All set products selected for study in this section must be from the September onwards What to look for Voiceover notes What are the advantages of online newspaper sites? After you’ve filmed the newspaper add the following examples to your screencast recording. • They are immediate and up to date. When something happens, users can access the news and get regular updates • They offer more immediate interactive opportunities, for example there is access to audio-visual clips and opportunities to blog or email opinions (PARTICIPATORY MEDIA) The Daily Mail which has a high percentage of female readers, has had particular success with its online version of Femail with its diet of fashion and gossip. • Apps for several newspapers are available formobile phones and tablets • There is an archive facility so that users can access back issues orfeatures
  2. 2. MEDIA LANGUAGE AND REPRESENTATION Pick at least two top articles from the Mail and the Guardian Then look at their online presence. ONLINE Look at each chosen website article and the associated social and participatory media feeds should link to the themes or issues represented in the front covers chosen. How does media language and representation in those feeds position the audience and engage participation? You may have to access the FB and Instagram feeds on your phone. Find the social media related to the articles. (For example, if a Guardian front cover lead article is a ‘Brexit’ related story then learners should study the associated Guardian Online article and Twitter, Facebook and Instagram feeds for this story). SOCIAL AND PARTICIPATORY MEDIA What are the associated Twitter, Facebook and Instagram feeds for the online articles from the Mail Online website and The Guardian websites? How is media language and representation in those feeds positioning the audience and engaging in participation. MEDIA INDUSTRIESAND MEDIA AUDIENCES How can audiences be reached through different media technologies and platforms? What is the content and appeal of each of the set products and how is this used to target, reach and address different audiences? What do you think the effects are of newspapers becoming more digital and less print? In your opinion how do they differ when it comes to telling us the news?

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