Proceedings of the First Jakarta International Conference on Multidisciplinary Studies Towards Creative Industries, JICOMS 2022, 16 November 2022, Jakarta, Indonesia

Research Article

Increasing the Diversity of Television Program Final Projects with Thematic Analysis Methods in the Polimedia Broadcasting Study Program

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/eai.16-11-2022.2326055,
        author={Syahyuni  Srimayasandy and Freddy  Yakob and Laelatul  Pathia and Dewa  Ramadhani},
        title={Increasing the Diversity of Television Program Final Projects with Thematic Analysis Methods in the Polimedia Broadcasting Study Program},
        proceedings={Proceedings of the First Jakarta International Conference on Multidisciplinary Studies Towards Creative Industries, JICOMS 2022, 16 November 2022, Jakarta, Indonesia},
        publisher={EAI},
        proceedings_a={JICOMS},
        year={2022},
        month={12},
        keywords={thematic analysis methods television program diversity},
        doi={10.4108/eai.16-11-2022.2326055}
    }
    
  • Syahyuni Srimayasandy
    Freddy Yakob
    Laelatul Pathia
    Dewa Ramadhani
    Year: 2022
    Increasing the Diversity of Television Program Final Projects with Thematic Analysis Methods in the Polimedia Broadcasting Study Program
    JICOMS
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.16-11-2022.2326055
Syahyuni Srimayasandy1,*, Freddy Yakob1, Laelatul Pathia1, Dewa Ramadhani1
  • 1: State Polytechnic of Creative Media
*Contact email: syahyuni.srimayasandy@polimedia.ac.id

Abstract

The broadcasting study program has a large number of students but has not been accompanied by diversity in the types of work. Therefore, we need a method that can be used by students to make it easier to determine the type of work to be made. Thematic analysis is a method developed to categorize a television program's work. This categorization is based on Plot, Style, Character, and Mood. The methods used in developing this thematic analysis include conducting literature studies related to mapping audio-visual programs, adapting the thematic analysis from Bogs and Patrie so that it can be used in television programs, formulating categorization questions, material testing, FGD to ensure the method can be used for all program categories. This categorization is the first step for mapping previously made works so that future works are different from previous works. If calculated, by categorizing through thematic analysis, 2,520 different types of programs will be obtained. Thus, thematic analysis can increase the diversity of works. This method can not only be used for student final project work but can also be used to categorize television programs currently airing so that it will foster the diversity of television program works. This research also contributes as a television program categorization method that can analyze television programs without separating production techniques and the message to be conveyed by the creator of the work.