Audition


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Audition

The process by which a person or company decides to purchase advertisements for a radio or television program. An audition involves listening to or watching the program (or an early version of it) and weighing its target demographics and other variables against the product the company is trying to sell.
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In the past, auditions have been held at the ICC and NEC.
The SURT mobile, audition application offers talent groups and entertainment management entities an opportunity to host or participate in auditions.
Audition includes: ballet, interview, partnering, pointe
The Shedd Institute will hold auditions Saturday from 10 a.
Three X Factor vans will travel across the country for the mobile auditions.
THE X Factor auditions won't be coming to Newcastle this year - but Teessiders needn't let that put them off.
But at the next stage in London, the cheerleaders, aged from 14-26, didn't get to audition again and were told they hadn't made the next round.
David Williams, commissioning editor for Channel 4 and Big Brother, said: "Every year we hold incredibly successful open auditions across the country and for our 10-year anniversary we wanted to reach even more hopeful housemates.
It is advisable for students to begin the audition with the most comfortable piece if given a choice.
That's why there's mirrors in the audition hall, so they can watch only if they want to.
Enrolment is at 1pm with the auditions running from 1.