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(1) An official personal reception by the head of state (king, president), Roman pope, and the like.

(2) In international law, the reception by the head of state for the chief of a diplomatic mission, as well as for the chief of a foreign mission or of an international organization which is located in the given state. The chiefs of diplomatic missions and special missions, regardless of their class or rank, have the right to an audience. Moreover, an audience, as a rule, is given when credentials or letters of recall are presented or upon the request of the chief of a mission or of a special mission.

What does it mean when you dream about an audience?

If the dreamer is in front of an audience, this could reflect a situation in one’s environment in which one feels that one is attracting more attention than usual. It could also represent anxiety about being exposed. If one dreams about being in an audience, one might be witnessing something about oneself or some aspect of one’s life.

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From this perspective, audience participation in the production of news can be understood as those actions conducted by audiences that directly and intentionally influence the content of the news websites.
Across the history of media and communication research, attention ought to be paid at any given time to how ideas about audience participation are asserted, who asserts them, and in what professional, institutional, commercial and political arrangements this occurs (Livingstone, 1998; Morley, 1993; Pooley, 2008).
A poignant memorial ceremony allowed audience participation by calling out names of deceased loved ones.
The Lettermen still perform with the group's trademark comic wit and include in their act impersonations, audience participation and greatest hits compressed into a 12-minute medley for all those nostalgia seekers.
The new segments, in which Franny prompts audience participation, are highly interactive and build young viewers' understanding of educational content explored in the episode.
It calls for audience participation, which often spells disaster, but this choreography succeeds.
This workshop will sharpen attendees' Elizabethan language skills with discussions and audience participation.
The high-energy multi-media audience participation show will feature songs from the Gina D's Kids Club(R) and visits from the show's characters.
If ever there was a movie that begged for this audience participation treatment, it's director Alan Parker's ``Evita.
Part concert, part lecture-demonstration (with a nod to ballet history), and part audience participation, the performances showcased the dancers, aged sixteen to twenty.
Note to Editors: Additional audience participation photos are available.
Some other projects that will demand Reese's attention include devising a new cultural master plan, continuing the new Arts Card LA program to increase audience participation, and deciding whether to continue the city's nine regional arts panels that advise on the distribution of arts grants.