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== Report #1 ==
  
This is a solid account of the channel, with good details and sources. You don't sufficiently discuss the way that the ownership connects to the channel's strategies - how does it use synergy with Disney & ABC, or compete with the company's other channels? The section about scheduling is too much of an outline - write the reports in prose/paragraph form. Be sure to italicize the titles of films, shows & newspapers throughout. Avoid repetition between the sections, a common problem for projects where different team members write separately without someone stitching sections together. Fix the reference format where the "&amp" text is repeated. --[[User:Jason Mittell|Jason Mittell]] 19:31, 24 October 2010 (UTC)
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This is a solid account of the channel, with good details and sources. You don't sufficiently discuss the way that the ownership connects to the channel's strategies - how does it use synergy with Disney & ABC, or compete with the company's other channels? The section about scheduling is too much of an outline - write the reports in prose/paragraph form. Be sure to italicize the titles of films, shows & newspapers throughout. Avoid repetition between the sections, a common problem for projects where different team members write separately without someone stitching sections together. Fix the reference format where the "&amp" text is repeated. Your presentation was solid, but the clip was too long for the purposes of the presentation. --[[User:Jason Mittell|Jason Mittell]] 19:31, 24 October 2010 (UTC)

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Report #1

This is a solid account of the channel, with good details and sources. You don't sufficiently discuss the way that the ownership connects to the channel's strategies - how does it use synergy with Disney & ABC, or compete with the company's other channels? The section about scheduling is too much of an outline - write the reports in prose/paragraph form. Be sure to italicize the titles of films, shows & newspapers throughout. Avoid repetition between the sections, a common problem for projects where different team members write separately without someone stitching sections together. Fix the reference format where the "&amp" text is repeated. Your presentation was solid, but the clip was too long for the purposes of the presentation. --Jason Mittell 19:31, 24 October 2010 (UTC)