Audience

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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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Filming each half-hour topical episode takes about three hours, in front of a live studio audience.
And whereas earlier shows were filmed in front of a live studio audience, Corrie star Craig says the new series ditches the forced laughs.
It's a depressing side to our society that there is no shortage of people willing to bare their biggest secrets in front of a live studio audience for five minutes of fame.
Every New Year's Eve show on UTV since they started back in the early 90s have been recorded in front of a live studio audience.
Discussions are on-going with the studio's local council to settle the issue, but one leading licensing barrister believes the presence of a live studio audience means the programme may be in breach of the law.
But the interview with presenter Eddy Temple-Morris went okay - even if it was in front of a live studio audience.
There are even some other tables set aside for the live studio audience.
It features an average compendium of gags and silly situations, but all of it is underscored by a live studio audience that wildly, deliriously overreacts to every gag, every entrance, every lame utterance by last season's breakout performers, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally.
Unlike most policy shows where the conversation is only in one direction, with the panelists talking to viewers, on Two-Way Street the viewers are able to interact with questions and comments through both Internet webcam submissions and from a live studio audience.
The one-hour format is taped in front of a live studio audience.
The live studio audience boos every time he gets through on a Sunday, but he's not a joke act.
HoWever, the Beeb Wasn't ready to give up on the boys just yet, preferring instead to issue them With a neW challenge - namely to devise a brand neW sitcom to be filmed in front of a live studio audience, something they'd never done before.