Prepositions used with "audience"

"of audience" or "to audience"?

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    In 37% of cases audience of is used
    Drums pound the chests of audience members.
    Discover what sort of audience you may have.
    Also consider the type of audience you're hoping to attract.
    No one could not get such a famous scale as Elizabeth have a circle of audience widely.
    Media Television dominates the media scene in terms of audiences and advertising revenue.
    He was a master of suspense, scaring the living daylights out of audiences around the world.
    Coverage of audience is not enough organizes strategic market plan, realizing the marketing as part of the production.
    It's a good argument for continually being alert to and receptive of audience and partner feedback on promos and launches.
    The enthusiastic set of audiences that spanned across generations, queued up outside the venue many hours before the concert.

    In 21% of cases audience to is used
    Kim is best known to audiences for his portrayal of Jin on Lost.
    Count them next time you see a show in comparison to audience numbers.
    Traffic that doesn't convert to audience has no real value to a publisher.
    They play tested the original to audiences, and basically got laughed out of the theater.
    His work has been exhibited in science museums, and he speaks to audiences in many countries.
    TEDxYouthDay events present a combination of live speakers and TED Talks to audiences around the world.
    All of this has an overwhelming effect on the ways living musicians are able to present their music to audiences.
    But I think we always have to be true to our brand and true to audience, and the strength of our audience has always been boys.
    Ahmet had signed the group to the Atlantic label in 1968, at a time when they were playing to audiences of 300 people in clubs.
    The question of the prominence, place and power of contemporary art to communicate to audiences therefore requires critical assessment.

    In 11% of cases audience for is used
    Guinness and Cushing were critical for audience buy-in.
    On stage, one has to display the most handsome and most perfect self in order for audience to be satisfied.
    If you blog for content, for relationships, for audience, for your own learning and fun, maybe even for new opportunities, then chances are.
    The movie was always intended as a primer, according to Lee, a jumping-off point for audiences to discover more about Malcolm for themselves.
    To what degree do performers actually share that perspective, or are they playing it for audience demand? JP: I think it is primarily audience driven.
    Since the story, taken from a 75-year-old children's book can't be spoiled, the way Jackson tells the story will be what the surprise factor is for audiences.

    In 11% of cases audience with is used
    His energetic live performances are popular with audiences of all ages.
    The first night was a glittering occasion, with audiences in evening wear.
    Cinema has flirted in the past with audience interaction in a very clumsy manner.
    It's easy enough to give them all motives, but if you're going to play fair with audiences they must all have the opportunity and the character to do it too.
    ELLE UK, the world's biggest fashion magazine, has launched a dedicated new mobile site as part of its strategy to connect and engage with audiences across multiple platforms.
    Originally aired on FOX without a pilot episode Joss Whedon's part Western, part Sci-Fi and all badass Firefly was met with audience confusion due to a hastily rewritten first episode.
    Critics will suggest that Lucas should have called time on the series after 1983's Return of the Jedi, but that was never going to happen given the films ' incredible popularity with audiences.

    In 4% of cases audience by is used
    But when pressed for comment by audiences of a different kind, the T.
    A display of exceptional talent from LCS students was experienced by audience members in a relaxed atmosphere.
    First, second and third prizes, worth $5,000, $3,000 and $1,500, respectively, will be awarded, in addition to a People's Choice Award, selected by audience vote, worth $1,500.

    In 4% of cases audience from is used
    The secret plan story with elaborations drew applause from audiences.
    The other match rose attention from audiences for the second day was Zenith vs.
    Performances have attracted support and applause from audiences, staff and even RSC performers.
    Dr No stared Sean Connery and received a good response from audiences although mixed critical reviews.
    How has the feedback you've received from audiences contrasted with the critical response? Well, the audience almost never says anything negative.

    In 3% of cases audience in is used
    The Australia Network scores pretty well in audience surveys, considering its paltry budgets.

    In 3% of cases audience on is used
    The Rocky Horror Picture Show Experience relies heavily on audience participation.
    The ' Show was setup like a trade show, but with a focus on audience participation and latex.
    Some shows do rely on audience participation, the award winning and brilliant Adam Riches being a prime example.
    Most of the time organizers put blames on audience as reason for starting show late but this time it was other way around.
    Radio stations are increasingly reliant on audiences to be their eyes and ears, as they seek new tips to mobilise journalists who report from the field.

    In 2% of cases audience about is used
    The audience is in awe! I'd itching here to talk about audiences.
    Based on some of the headlines, it was easy to arrive at misleading conclusions about audience response.
    At the same time, the media agencies ' role as keeper of the key data about audiences was being usurped by the media owners.

    In 2% of cases audience between is used
    That concern to build connections between audience and performer is also something that has been important throughout my work.
    The film's six-hour duration heightens the contrast between cinematic diegesis and the off screen world, between audience movement and the forced stasis of the characters on screen.

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