captive audience

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  • The industry lost its captive audience, and United States box-office revenue declined.
  • But captive audience meetings, a majority of the board felt, were different.
  • Nothing happened to the captive audience but soon I found that I was out of the University system.
  • The local broadcasts also gathered their own captive audiences in communities reached by the programs.
  • In some cases, electronic systems companies have encouraged passage of such laws to create a captive audience of potential customers.
  • During World War II, Americans films being unavailable, its films found a captive audience.
  • A captive audience meeting occurs when an employer requires employees to meet on company time and listen to anti-union speech.
  • Farmer did not, however, find the employer's right to hold captive audience meetings absolute.
  • It thus created a quasi-exception to free speech in cases where a person is held as a 'captive audience'.
  • This takes advantage of the captive audience and precise target consumers present at each Revolution.
  • People in the media go to hair salons and in that chair they are the captive audience of their stylists.
  • But in so doing, it also gave their captive audiences renewed hope and the courage to face an otherwise unbearable existence.
  • At first Ezarik was considering producing a video series for the technology audience because they had been the most captive audience for online video series.
  • With a captive audience, she complains that he does not really love her and he ends up promising to flagellate himself if she frees him.
  • With this captive audience, Quint doses out his strange philosophies on love and death.
  • That protection, however, does not encompass attempts to abuse an unreceptive or captive audience, at least under the circumstances in this case.
  • The academic setting becomes a prime marketing tool in reaching our youth because the classroom provides a captive audience for any product or brand to be modeled in front of.
  • In the end, he is defeated by Deadpool, who, in spite of the victory, fails to impress his captive audience.
  • In Babcock & Wilcox, the Board even held that unions were permitted to equal time during captive audience meetings.
  • When the Hood Canal Bridge sank during a windstorm, the band found themselves playing before a wildly-appreciative captive audience.
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