much larger audience

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  • Soon the series gained both a sponsor and a much larger audience. ...
  • This increased the power of certain religious authorities, as broadcasts reach a much larger audience, with ease. ...
  • The English edition however reached out to a much larger audience and influenced ideas in bird evolution for nearly half a century. ...
  • This late-night timeslot gave the program a much larger audience on the West Coast when heard earlier in the evening. ...
  • During the 1970s, blockbuster science fiction films, which reached a much larger audience than previously, began to make their appearance. ...
  • Platforms like Facebook and Twitter can reach a much larger audience than traditional media. ...
  • This clever self-censorship allowed the film to avoid this rating and reach a much larger audience. ...
  • Of course, translation played a major role in the success of the Boom writers because it gave them a much larger audience. ...
  • These were much used and copied in popular books, further widening the knowledge of the designs to a much larger audience. ...
  • Major rides and additional features are being added to attract a much larger audience for 2015. ...
  • However, the film was given a very poor distribution by a minor distributor and failed to get to "a much larger audience."
  • The band were also able to record here for broadcast on BBC radio, gaining them a much larger audience; they also made an early television appearance.
  • Fowler's innate promotional genius took gospel music to a much larger audience than ever before. ...
  • When Wesley began his preaching there was "a much larger audience, among whom were many of the rich and great." ...
  • This popularized speedrunning for a much larger audience than before and attracted many newcomers. ...
  • While some of his graphic novels are intended for younger readers, Morse's work typically finds a much larger audience. ...
  • Recognizing the company's broad, international appeal, Kaiser set about putting the dancers before a much larger audience. ...
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