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  • noun Plural form of audience.

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Examples

  • I understand that sex sells (why else have booth babes pictured on the F&S website), and I understand economic desperation and razor thin profit margins driving marketing decisions to use all means available to get a leg up (so to speak), but it just seems to me what this says about how some Shot Show manufacturers view their target audiences is pretty discouraging.

    Booth Babe on a Break

  • People are assuming the worst about this remake, because Hollywood's track record of remaking foreign films for American audiences is filled with bad examples.

    Chloë Moretz Talks Vampires in Let Me In: “Scary, Deep, and Dark” | /Film

  • I know there're plenty of gals who read SVGL, but an utterly unscientific population sampling suggests that my audience, like most gaming audiences, is majority male.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • I understand that sex sells (why else have booth babes pictured on the F&S website), and I understand economic desperation and razor thin profit margins driving marketing decisions to use all means available to get a leg up (so to speak), but it just seems to me what this says about how some Shot Show manufacturers view their target audiences is pretty discouraging.

    Booth Babe on a Break

  • I know there're plenty of gals who read SVGL, but an utterly unscientific population sampling suggests that my audience, like most gaming audiences, is majority male.

    Exposing Lara's... Equanimity?

  • Whatever Mike Griffin's technical and engineering abilities, his record of explaining the vision to diverse audiences is an abject failure.

    Charlie Bolden: News or Noise? - NASA Watch

  • With larger-than-life mythical beasts, breathtaking vistas spanning the depths of hell to the heights of Mt. Olympus, and battles to-the-death between man and the gods, “Clash of the Titans” is a mammoth spectacle that will grab audiences from the first scene and take them on a wild, 3D ride through an ancient Greece only imaginable in the 21st century.

    41 High Resolution Photos from Clash of the Titans | /Film

  • Moreover, not all directors are looking to impress the academy -- some are simply hoping to make money and entertain audiences, and I don't think there's anything wrong with that.

    John Cho Says A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas Could Shoot in June | /Film

  • I definitely understand your point, but let's just say that you're correct, and the film was targeting a reaction from white audiences: is that necessarily wrong?

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  • Rewriting the subject afterward, so as to appeal to different audiences, is more .... well, innovative.

    Bev Perdue: Look at Me, Watch Me Change

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