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Meanings and phrases
- a gathering of spectators or listeners at a (usually public) performance
- the part of the general public interested in a source of information or entertainment
- a conference (usually with someone important); consultation; interview
- an opportunity to state your case and be heard; hearing
- the audience reached by television; viewing audience; viewers
- the audience reached by television; TV audience; viewers
- The highest rated episode (in terms of viewing audience) is Part Four of "City of Death".
- The series was a huge success, with an average viewing audience of three million in the UK.
- The show, NBC's highest rated that season, captured 42 percent of the total viewing audience.
- ", which prompted audience members to respond "Yes!"
- tour of swing states encouraging audience members to vote.
- This theater seats 1,541 audience members.
- His love for jazz helped bring the genre to a wider audience.
- This effort succeeded and he began to be known to a wider audience.
- Jennings intended to gain for them a wider audience with this album.
- Its target audience are 25- to 40-year-old professionals.
- Its target audience lies in private and public sector managers.
- The target audience of the magazine was almost exclusively male.
- They are supposed to perform the dance in front of a live audience.
- Unlike some others in the series, the album was not recorded before a live audience.
- Proceedings are conducted in an auditorium in front of a live audience at Dreamworld.
- Even the studio audience shuddered at the sound.
- Unlike "Liar's Club", "The Next Line" had no studio audience.
- The two celebrity couples played for members of the studio audience.
- There was a tmagic show with audience member participation.
- along with his camp and an audience member that climbed on stage.
- Patrons can also request that an audience member be brought on stage.
- The show started 2008 with a 6.3% audience share.
- This was also the lowest ever audience share, with just 19.6 per cent.
- In 2013, the average audience share for an episode was around 30 per cent.
- The book "Money" reached a large audience.
- The trial attracted a large audience, including many of the local peasants.
- Searock is one of the highlights of Waves, and attracts a large audience every year.
- Chad's television audience is limited to N'Djamena.
- Football has the highest global television audience in sport.
- The estimated television audience is 3 million viewers for the show.
- Gray described the book as an "exciting and important" work that deserved a wide audience.
- He then became known to a world wide audience with the success of Fat Albert around the globe.
- He reached this wide audience by offering cable companies stocks for as little as 20¢ a share.
- In recent years Radio 1 has used social media to help reach a younger audience.
- The mascots are often used to help market the Asian Games to a younger audience.
- This was done to attract a younger audience into purchasing or leasing a Lexus ES.
- The album introduced Femi Kuti and afrobeat to an international audience.
- By now a manifold program has evolved that attracts an international audience.
- The album was re-released through RCA Records in 1994, bringing the band an international audience.
- It recounts her work over 16 years to bring Hemings' story to a larger audience.
- Crick's reaction was to invite Nirenberg to deliver his talk to a larger audience.
- NYGASP has imported various guest stars over the years to appeal to a larger audience.
- Also, Arild Stubhaug wrote a shorter history, prepared for a general audience.
- It has a clear and readable style which makes it suitable for a general audience.
- This show covered a lot of general audience and is targeted at an older generation.
- The performance included elements of audience participation and was warmly received.
- "Bits" are comedic routines or audience participation, many woven in the songs themselves.
- Guest performers and audience participation became a regular part of the Garrick Theater shows.
- According to Root, it will attract a completely new audience.
- It credited the MPC's pad design and price for "[opening up] music production to a whole new audience".
- The Cinemateca Nacional introduced classics from the world cinema to a fresh and enthusiastic new audience.
- Fio Rito reached a national audience through syndicated and network radio programs.
- The Seven brought their ideas to a broader audience through their teaching, exhibitions and symposia.
- After disabling comments, Kjellberg continued interacting with his audience through Twitter and Reddit.
- The game was televised to a national audience on ABC.
- He first reached a national audience with CBS News in New York.
- Channel one mainly broadcasts news in Mandarin to a national audience.
- The event was held in a hotel in the Shibuya area of Tokyo before an audience of about 520.
- The team's nickname "Swarm" was announced before an audience at the Regal Riverfront Hotel in Downtown St. Louis.
- This concert, recorded near his home in New Jersey, was his first post-recovery attempt to play before an audience.
- The 2008 season attracted a global audience of 600 million people per race.
- The stunt alarmed FIFA enough for it to fear she might do it again in front of a live global audience.
- Soviet propaganda spared no effort and wasted no time in capitalising on the triumph, impressing a global audience.
- It's vital that we educate a young audience.
- Dave and Luke were introduced in an attempt to attract a young audience.
- Since it was found, the station focuses on young audience as main listeners.
- This broader audience gave Nuevo Laredo Companies the result they expected .
- The White House performance was televised, giving Schuur a much broader audience.
- Judging from its form, it is nonetheless likely that Cicero wrote with a broader audience in mind.
- The intended audience of this play would have been wealthier than Shakespeare's crowd.
- A difference between the two TV series is that "Teddybears"s intended audience is older children.
- That way they can be used in advertising campaigns to target their intended audience more effectively.
- The show ran for about 25 years and featured a live studio audience of children.
- Little more than half of this episode was filmed in front of a live studio audience.
- However, the show did feature a live studio audience with varying views on cannabis.
- Subtitling was primarily for adult audience movies until 2012.
- "The Fate of a Crown" was his first endeavor for the adult audience.
- Pricing was directed towards an adult audience, which was more than standard children fare.
- Its main target is the female audience.
- WIGS targets a female audience.
- This film festival, has been created for an exclusively female audience.
- Streisand also held a Q&A session with the audience during the second act.
- The reason – an incident with the audience during the game near the Danube.
- Both judges appeared side-by-side in the audience during the "Reunited" episode.
- This set a record for the largest audience at a film premiere.
- With an audience of 72,000; this set a record for the largest audience at a film premiere.
- "), "Ernest and Fanny's Exorcism Tonight" is announced as having the largest audience in history.
- Some were bids for a mass audience, while others aimed to grab passers-by.
- Many critics have credited him with introducing bebop to the mass audience.
- Dau An Hien Thuc also witnessed a mass audience to compare with previous liveshows.
- The programme attracted an average audience of 1.38 million viewers.
- In 2013, the average audience share for an episode was around 30 per cent.
- The fight was watched by an average audience of 1.76 million viewers, peaking at 1.86 million.
- However, the positive audience reaction was unexpected.
- He looked forward to the audience reaction to the webisode.
- Cult films are defined by audience reaction as much as by their content.
- Armstrong's first step onto the lunar surface was broadcast on live TV to a worldwide audience.
- It covers news and events from around the county and regularly broadcasts live to a worldwide audience.
- The DVD release of Newsfront brings one of Australia's historically lauded films to a worldwide audience.
- As always, we urge people to be conscious of their audience when sharing this type of content."
- At the end of the show, John stunned his audience when he said he was dedicating the show to Weiwei.
- Gary Newman, President of 20th Century Fox, voiced a man in the audience when Lois held a press conference.
- This is the first time Radio One has programmed an all-news station geared towards a mainstream audience.
- In 2013, with the aid of Denis Desmond & Caroline Downey, Rubyworks introduced Hozier to a more mainstream audience.
- VIVA became the music channel with chart shows and other similar programmes which were mostly directed at a mainstream audience.
- In 1899 he met Pope Leo XIII in a private audience.
- She also had her first private audience with the Queen.
- Pope Pius IX ordered Alemany to a private audience on June 16.
- The film also won the prestigious audience award at the Festival de Cine de Léon.
- It was voted the audience award at the Tromsø International Film Festival in Norway in January 2019.
- The film was praised as "scalding stuff" by "Newsday", and won the audience award at the New Orleans International Human Rights Film Festival.
- It aimed to be understandable to a broad audience and was based mainly on Central and Upper German varieties.
- He was the 2007 winner of the Weaver Prize for Scholarly Excellence in promoting human dignity to a broad audience.
- The celebration is designed to raise awareness of free speech issues and encourage a broad audience to openly express themselves.
- Fukui jokingly told the audience to "pretend you didn't see that".
- At the rally Angwin told the audience "Homosexuality is a murderous, horrendous, twisted act.
- Elfman told the audience the performance was "20 years to the day" of Oingo Boingo's retirement.
- The audience response was positive and Simpson agreed to manage Earth.
- The audience response at Presley's live shows became increasingly fevered.
- Despite the hostile audience response, the newspaper reviews were not universally uncomplimentary.
- It is also called "the prize of the people", since it is the radio audience who vote.
- Some DJs focus on creating a good mix of songs for the club dancers or radio audience.
- In 1942–43, the Old-Fashioned Revival Hour had a record-setting national radio audience.
- It is the first factual-entertainment channel for a male audience in Italy.
- Fabien Eckert from "20 minutes" wrote that it was appealing to the male audience, noting Inna's lascivious appearance.
- The magazine was a direct competitor to "Playboy", offering nude and semi-nude photographs and sex advice aimed at a male audience.