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    Audience Analysis: Characteristics of my Classroom Audience Audience analysis is described as the process of examining information about your listeners. Then using that analysis helps you adapt your message so that your listeners will respond as you wish (Steven A. and Susan J. Beebe, 2015). It is highly important to read your audience when presenting a speech, the first thing I noticed about my classroom audience was everyone has a good sense of humor and were open minded as to what they might be

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    Obama Target Audience

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    Below is a brief explanation of the characteristics that make up each target audience, and the analysis of the ways the messages were designed for each target audience. Briefly explain the characteristics that make each target audience distinct: For the “President Obama talks to pre kindergarten students” video, the characteristics of the audience are pre kindergarten students between four and five. They is also a mix of cultures and nationalities. Lastly, they seem to all like and feel comfortable

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    speech? There are many factors to take into account when becoming an effective speaker. First, I need to make sure that I am audience-centered. This means that I will need to “keep the audience foremost in mind at every step of speech preparation and presentation.” This means that I need to take into consideration the demographic and situational factors. Demographic audience analysis is when I focus the audience’s demographic factors such as age and gender. For example, when doing a presentation in

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    Audience Analysis 1 In this audience analysis, I have addressed a situation in which I am called on to present quarterly sales information at an in-person meeting to a group of stakeholders, including managers, salespeople, and customers. I will explain how I will address the communication to this audience by answering the following questions: (1) What characteristics of the audience must I consider?, (2) What communication channels are appropriate? (3) What are some considerations

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    Supplement Assignment: Captive Audience Before I began managing, I spent years focusing on marketing and how I could engage customers. During this time, much of my time was spent brainstorming strategies to pull the customer in, make them stop what they were doing, and actively listen. Collectively engaging an audience, all in one setting, is an outreach member’s dream, such as captive audience speeches. Captive audience can be easily be explained as a meeting that the listener’s onlookers have no

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    3:00 – 3:50 September 17, 2016 Audience Analysis Paper When it comes to writing and presenting a speech, the audience is a big factor to account for. Who are you speaking to? How do you grab their attention? Where, when, and why are you speaking to these people? There are a lot of things to consider when there is a presentation to be given. When analyzing an audience, there is a process in which to go about doing so. First, identify the characteristics of your audience, whether demographic or situational

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    poster I visited was called, “These Shining Lives” by Elise Tauer. She discussed how she helped produce the lights used in musical performances, such as plays. Elise went into detail about how important lights are in plays because they help the audience see the performance and add effects to the acts. She discussed how different forms of lights are used for different areas to give a mood for that area. For example, there was a house in a recent play that had pink lights showing through the window

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    Netflix Target Audience

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    Many authors have a specific audience in mind when they begin to create their work. This can be seen in many different websites on the same type of information. I chose to compare the websites http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4834206/ and http://www.lemonysnicket.com/. The first website is the IMDB information page for the new Netflix series A Series of Unfortunate Events and the second website is the official website of the book series of the same title. Both websites provide information on this book

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    Esa Pekka Audience

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    Music has a way of setting the mood or a feeling. Background music, in general, is not noted enough, whether it is at a restaurant, a ceremony, or in an ad. Music is fundamental to the contribution of an experience. In the iPad “Esa Pekka” ad, we are able to feel this, as it is based on a composer, Esa Pekka, using the iPad in his day to day activities. The beginning of the ad begins slowly with pauses. It causes viewers minds to start thinking and anticipating. The creator of the ad, want to build

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    targeting a specific audience for whom these objectives will suit. To do this, several approaches to audience development will be taken in order to help the organisation meet their overall aims. In order to meet these several objectives that arts organisations set themselves, during their planning they need to take into consideration the levels of audience engagement and use marketing and audience development approaches in order to reach these aims. Arts Council England says audience engagement is the

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