Translation for 'target audience' from English to Russian
NOUN   a target audience | target audiences
целевая аудитория {ж}
target audience
цель {ж} [мишень]target
аудиенция {ж}audience [formal interview]
публика {ж} [напр., в театре, кинотеатре]audience [group of people]
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Usage Examples English
  • The only difference between some early pitch-pipes and harmonicas is the name of the instrument, which reflected the maker's target audience.
  • Activision's Steve Felsen blamed this performance on the game's design: he noted that "fans of first-person shooters—the target audience for this game—stayed away due to the third-person perspective".
  • Genres can also be classified by more inherent characteristics (usually implied in their names), such as settings, theme/topic, mood, target audience, or budget/type of production.
  • Hatcher states that fansubs could "potentially" be legal within Japan given the nature of Japan's domestic copyright laws, although the target audience of fansubs is the non-Japanese market.
  • Both Helen E. Walker of "Library Journal" and Emily Maxwell of "The New Yorker" felt that the book would appeal to older children as well as to its target audience of first- and second-graders.

  • In contrast to pure translation, localization encompasses adapting the content to suit the target audience.
  • Journalists in the 1960s used "Orpington man" to designate a typical member of the lower middle class, for example as the target audience of an electoral or advertising appeal.
  • When marketing towards the community, they may corner their target audience into an "alternative" lifestyle category that ultimately "others" the LGBT community.
  • The channel's target audience was children ages 7-11, On January 31, 1999, the first annual Pumbaa Bowl marathon was broadcast.
  • Because the main target audience of HyperTalk was beginning programmers, HyperTalk programmers were usually called "authors" and the process of writing programs was known as "scripting".

  • These additional attendees diluted the vendors' ability to reach out to their target audience, retailers and journalists.
  • Innovative programs were developed because their target audience, children and their families in low-income, inner-city homes, did not traditionally watch educational programs on television and because traditional methods of promotion and advertising were not effective with these groups.
  • PR practitioners have always relied on the media such as TV, radio, and magazines, to promote their ideas and messages tailored specifically to a target audience.
  • A more substantial change came over time to the show's target audience.
  • Dohring responded to such criticism stating that of the 40 percent of users twelve and younger, very few were seven or eight years old and that preschoolers were not their target audience.

  • In addition, the prominence of data mining within multimedia platforms in order to adjust marketing techniques based on the data they mine is a crucial and notable practice of commercial advertisement to efficiently understand the demographic of a target audience.
  • There are also false flag broadcasts, that pretend to be favoring one group, while using language deliberately chosen to anger the target audience.
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