But the Internet has made it possible for ordinary consumers to reach a mass audience or 'grab hold of the megaphone' through blogs, online review sites like Yelp, and user-generated content on sites like YouTube and Pinterest," authors Edward F.
The authors argued that the BBC is torn between its public broadcasting responsibilities and its pursuit of a mass audience, and compared the licence fee to Mrs Thatcher's discredited community charge.
Another notable backward glance this season will be the re-creation at the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, of Salvador Dali's "Dream of Venus" pavilion, which opened the uncanny world of Surrealism to a mass audience at the 1939 New York World's Fair.
As I recall, there wasn't much of a stampede to the box office, but whether that was because of our protests or because the mass audience didn't care to watch Al choose between the ravishing Karen Allen or a thin, scarred leather queen hanging in a sling in a basement on Avenue A, I really couldn't say.
Jan Van Dyke's dancers projected her choreography to a mass audience between innings at a sports arena, and Maida Withers's students performed in the Marvin Center's many picture windows for observers out on the street.