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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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The first two years of Talent Search have generated miles of smiles with a total of 60 Hotdoggers visiting 41 states and 90 cities across the country auditioning nearly 115,000 kids.
Audition includes: Ballet, pointe, jazz, tap (depending on what role you are auditioning for).
Those auditioning should come prepared to sing eight measures of a Broadway song and bring their own musical accompaniment.
To go from never auditioning for eleven years to competing with people who've been doing this their whole life can be crippling," he says.
Dreams can come true for young musicians auditioning to join the Pasadena Youth Symphony Orchestra and the Prelude Strings Sept.
Last year I had to pay for three out of four auditions," says Janice Meerman, a dancer who has been auditioning this spring in San Francisco.
Those auditioning were brought into the studio in groups of 120 and asked to take a 20-question written trivia test.
PHOTO (1) Meredith West of Santa Clarita stretches along a wall before auditioning in Burbank for the Radio City Rockettes.
But as stressful as auditioning is, even worse is having to rely on a video to convey your abilities.
The 10-year-old West Hills youngster was auditioning for a new Oscar Mayer television commercial, just like tens of thousands of other kids across the country this summer.
I'm just beginning, but I'm already hating the idea of auditioning.