The first part of the second half is a literature survey of selected examples of audience research which is translated from theory and epistemology, to methodology and technique in the next section which comprises a discussion of the model for the empirical data collection.
Van, The traditional ways of watching these shows is moving forward to a more viewer friendly dynamic. Technology is allowing us to expand on how we receive content such as television shows.
Internet Television allows viewers to have more control over what they watch. When the idea of viewing content away from the television set was first proposed in the sdesk-top computers contained less memory and processing power than now and were not so widely distributed amongst the population and the data streaming power allowed through broadband was nowhere near what it is today.
This is done by technology and streaming. More and more TV companies have invested money into online content which includes allowing viewers to choose when they want to watch a show.This study used the approach of Quantitative research and had a sample of 55 respondents. The last part of the second section interprets the data through triangulation although this is limited by lack of comparable critical materials. Millions of people around the world view some sort of television broadcast every day. This is very interesting because people are now stepping away from mainstream television and the traditional culture of television viewing is changing. Swaine, The results in the study discovered internet television is being embraced by people and counts towards their viewing habits. Kirkpatrick and Lashinsk, Netflix have created their own original shows like The House of Cards and in May , exclusively streamed the hit show Arrested Development after years of it being off a main television network. This paper intends to look into the growth of the viewing of television shows through the internet and how it is expanding both through the increasing of online content by traditional mainstream broadcasters programmes and news content and the creation of content that is now increasingly aimed only at the online viewer specifically via subscription channels. The traditional ways of watching these shows is moving forward to a more viewer friendly dynamic. The whole attempts to explore concepts of national identity in Scottish television comedy with audiences, but also develops the additional problematic of empirical quantitative research and comedy themes.
This therefore has allowed users to access content whenever they want and wherever they want to access it. The last part of the second section interprets the data through triangulation although this is limited by lack of comparable critical materials. This study used the approach of Quantitative research and had a sample of 55 respondents.
Technological advances, especially those promoted by the internet, have allowed viewers to take control of how they view TV and where and when they watch it.