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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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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.
After two sessions of auditions - an Acappella round and another round of singing with an instrumental accompaniment, and after a lot of scrutiny and criticism from the judges, six contestants finally made it through to the screening round, scheduled to be held in the month of July.
BIG BROTHER has teamed up with YouTube to launch an online "auditions channel".
Enrolment is at 1pm with the auditions running from 1.30pm to 2.30pm.
In addition to the online auditions, AXN will hold a series of open auditions in major cities across the region starting in June.
The announcement appears about five months before the audition. The deadline for resumes is typically two months after the announcement and thus three months before the live audition.
Meanwhile, (http://www.americasgottalentauditions.com/audition-cities/newyork/) the auditions in New York will be held at Queens College.
Audition dates: Mar 6 (New York, NY), Mar 13 (Los Angeles, CA)
The global audition will start off with its first sessions in Los Angeles and New York on Oct.
Check-in begins 30 minutes prior to each audition time.
Respondents said that it was puzzling how Manchester-based Mike, London police office Khafi and Ike, who said this was his first one in Lagos, made the cut while thousands of Nigerians flooded audition centers in February.
To schedule an audition, contact Brooke Buckley at 803-888-3047 or at bbuckley@columbiafireflies.com.