audience participation


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audience participation

npartecipazione f del pubblico
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Over time, new video experiences will be part of the Watch feed, like Watch Parties, Premieres, and videos focused on audience participation -- like the new trivia game show, Confetti.
Across audience participation, comedy entertainment, contestant competition and quiz show programs, OOH viewers aged 18-49 delivered over 4% lift in the first half of 2018.
The fun-loving TV star and I'm A Celebrity winner's first stage tour is a version of his hit food programme Gino's Italian Escape and the lively night at Tyne Theatre & Opera House on November 6 will include cooking demonstrations and plenty on-stage audience participation.
Part theatre, part palaeontology lesson, the show features a great deal of audience participation, from children telling dino jokes to "feeding" herbivores.
Among the topics are when the museum becomes the message for participating audiences, negotiating the expertise and participation of handicraft hobbyists in an ethnographic museum, analyzing participatory activities in museums in Latvia, autonomous expertise and audience participation in exhibition production, happily lost in virtual space, and four studies on increasing the usability of the museum.
The Merry Ploughboys, a Dublin-based traditional Irish music group that specializes in Irish ballads, folk music and plenty of audience participation, returns to Mechanics Hall Feb.
Pianist Mathew Horspool, from the Resource Centre for the Blind, was also on the bill to make it a night to remember - with plenty of audience participation.
Among journalism researchers and practitioners alike, widespread agreement exists that audience participation is one of the most important developments with digital journalism (see, e.g.
Fancy dress for the evening is strongly encouraged and full audience participation essential.
"There's lots of audience participation and no end of magic beans."
St David's Praise taKes place twice a year at the hall and there is always plenty of audience participation as they join in and sing the lively hymns.
While journalists may not be 'believed' as they once were, the new practices of journalism are central to a media and political process that depends on the continuous management and modulation of audience participation. The role of the journalist in this process isn't to merely observe and report, but to identify with the audience, act on their behalf and facilitate their participation in events.