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Audience

1. The persons who watch, listen to, or read a medium such as a television show or a magazine, or who are likely to do so.

2. The persons who are the targets of an advertising campaign, or the persons who have actually been exposed to it.
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Smart move also by director Paul Lazarus to not have his cast over- push the audience participation bit.
Written by Karen Abbott, this adaptation of the ``Busytown'' animated TV series was developed by the Omaha Theater Company, one of the oldest and largest children's theater troupes in the nation, and features the aforementioned characters (among others) plus music, fast action, audience participation and lots of bouncing beach balls.
By combining the powerful Treo 700w smartphone and VisionTree's conference software, the World Health Care Congress sessions will be transformed into truly two-way, interactive discussions, spurring audience participation and collaboration, and making the conference more valuable for all those involved," said Tara Griffin, vice president of enterprise markets, Palm, Inc.
We'll have lots of audience participation - with costume contests and surprises to make this a real party atmosphere.
The new segments, in which Franny prompts audience participation, are designed to be highly interactive and to build young viewers understanding of specific educational content explored in the episode.
For the first 10 nights of the Antelope Valley Fair and Alfalfa Festival, audience participation is part of the fun in the special baking contests, taking place at 6:30 p.
Each show features a friendly rivalry between the North and the South with exciting feats of horsemanship, audience participation and a fabulous four course feast.
Donovan's improvisational stamina, spot-on comic timing and flair for the give and take of audience participation testify to the many years she has spent pumping iron in Chicago's brawling theater scene.
Our general sessions get active audience participation, but in our breakout sessions there is no audience.
Devereaux,'' brings back the fun of audience participation with style.
Perry, Indymac's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, will speak in a moderator-led discussion including audience participation at 2:30 p.
Brooks is making the special truly live - with three different broadcasts covering four time zones, featuring live audience participation via satellite linkups.