|These A2 students created a video survey, embedded below|
This document, aimed at A2 students, sets out some of the ways you can evidence audience research:
You need to show you TESTED your initial judgement on a suitable target audience, and gathering SOME survey data on whether teens (or others) recognise your genre, artist or specific track is a good starting point. Getting some brief descriptions of what those vaguely familiar with the genre/artist expect to see is also useful.
Evidencing SOME use of social media to seek audience feedback (or other interaction) is very useful too - this can also show, if a suitable explanation is provided, the INSTITUTIONAL context of how important audience interaction has become. Browse through my musividz blog and you'll find lots and lots of posts on this topic and audience generally.
Below (1) an example of a video students made instead of a paper questionnaire and (2) an example of creating graphs from a student survey. SurveyMonkey has provided a template you could use (google search), but you should avoid having too many questions on. Aim for 10-20 responses. You can do this interview style (discussion group) and write up a summary of KEY POINTS (not everything that's said):