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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The half-hour special was hosted by WFLA/News Channel 8 anchor Stacie Schaible and featured a live studio audience consisting of community members and college students.
This astonishing confession came after one of the liveliest television shows I have ever done, a 15th anniversary edition of CNN's "Crossfire," filmed before a live studio audience at George Washington University.
The BBC dance show is coming back for a second series and filming started in Birmingham yesterday with hoards of people queueing up to be in the live studio audience.
FIONA Bruce has become the latest contender for David Dimbleby's role on BBC1's Question Time after auditioning with a live studio audience.
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The 52-year-old supply teacher from Pontardawe in Swansea, who has done comedy for the last 25 years, took to the stage at London's Hammersmith Apollo in front of millions at home, a live studio audience and, of course, the judges.
Filmed in front of a live studio audience, celebrity captains in the first episode are Jonathan Ross and Frank Skinner.
" Celebrity Duets is the Arabic version of the international charity singing hit-program, where Arab's most prominent professional singers team up with 13 non-singing celebrities from different backgrounds, in front of a live studio audience, a panel of judges, and viewers who get to vote them off, in a weekly elimination competition.
Each episode will be filmed in front of a live studio audience and broadcast along with interviews and backstage footage.
So, you'd think playing Stuart and Freddie in the ITV sitcom Vicious would hold no fears for either of them - yet Sir Derek admits that filming in front of a live studio audience initially presented them with a bit of a challenge.
The networks turned out a handful of multi-cams with laugh tracks--or sweetened live studio audience recordings, as they like to refer to them.
Production for the network began last month at a new studio in Savannah that has been designed to look like the set of her first television show, "Paula's Home Cooking.'' The set was built to accommodate a live studio audience, and guest appearances are planned.