Slide 2: TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION. TYPES OF REALITY SHOWS. SOME GOOD POINT OF REALITY SHOWS. SUCCESS RATES OF REALITY TV. FEW VIEWS AND FACTS. PURPOSE AND TRUTH BEHIND THE REALITY. CONCLUSION.
Slide 3: INTRODUCTION -A TELEVISION PROGRAMMING -BOASTING ORIGINALITY OR MYTH - THE REAL TALENT SHOW OR A TRAP - ORDINARY PEOPLE BECOME HEROES - NOT DOCUMENTRIES OR NONFICTIONAL -A MONEY EARNING MINDOUT
Slide 4: TYPES OF REALITY SHOWS
GOOD POINTS OF THIS SHOWS: GOOD POINTS OF THIS SHOWS 1 . Making audience up to date 2 . Media is giving chances to explore struggling artists 3. Face the public , achieve limelight and gain confidence .
Slide 6: SUCCESS RATES OF REALITY TV. None but the graph only tells the truth on EARTH
Slide 7: FEW VIEWS AND FACTS . Sinjini Sengupta The allegation, leveled by the parents of this high school student, is that she became partially paralyzed due to depression on being humiliated by judges at a reality show. .Participant Arpita Mukherjee claimed ”Audience vote is an ambiguous system as most of the competitors who are not talented win music talent hunt reality shows…………not a transparent process.” . A nine year old boy, Chandan Singh , hanged himself accidentally while imitating a stunt on the show. According to reports, Chandan Singh was an avid watcher of MTV’s reality show “Roadies” and never missed an episode.
Slide 8: PURPOSE AND TRUTH BEHIND THE REALITY PURPOSES TRUTHS about 1. For sale promotion 2. And For the media competition 3. Increases T.R.P. and make people idiot box . One last mistake .Lips-Sync .Scripts .Judges
Slide 9: CONCLUSION Reality Shows at the very beginning depicted the real life situations. But with time this all changed. Nowadays most of what is shown/performed by the participents is already on script. The producers and directors of the said programs do all background editing, scripting and fixing in order to attract viewers, to increase their revenues. Most those fights/disagreements between judges are carefully scripted beforehand in order to increase popularity. Thus we can conclude that reality shows are not as real as they are shown to be.
Slide 10: THANK YOU