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Thread: If you owned a TV channel, what audience would you aim MITM at

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    Default If you owned a TV channel, what audience would you aim MITM at




    Malcolm has a target audience of both adults and children, but if you owned a TV channel, who would you aim it at. TV channels usually aim TV shows by using adverts, you can see by an advert what age group a show is aimed at. Also, any TV show shown after the watershed our (9.00 at night) is usually aimed at adults.



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    i choose 12-18 years old that the main target audience that the show aimed at
    Last edited by malcolmfa; Apr 30, 2014 at 05:56 AM. Reason: because c was in aimed insted of d
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    My target audience would be 16 to 35 years old, particularly males. Why? Because young people can easily identify themselves with the MITM kids and the twenty or thirty-somethings look back on their own childhood/youth in a kind of nostalgically idealized way.

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    I agree with Blauge here. Some network controllers squarely aimed MITM at kids on children-oriented channels, which I think was wrong. Even on TeenNick, if it gets surrounded by stuff like iCarly, Naked Brothers Band, True Jackson and Big Time Rush, it would reflect badly on MITM - unless it happened to be the other way around, of course, but I don't think that's how viewer appreciation works.

    I think early evening programming (7 to 9 p.m.) on for instance Comedy Central, with a demographic of older teens and adults, was a good idea.

    That would mean a slot between sitcoms like Friends, That 70s Show, Seinfeld, The Simpsons, Scrubs, 30 Rock etc., which is exactly what they did.

    Of course I would prefer a complete show without commercials, but I guess that's just not realistic, unless you have PBS or similar public broadcasters in Europe.

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