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a bright light in a box covered by glass on which radiographs are laid for reading.
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The 2010 NFL season is the most-watched and most-viewed regular season among Hispanic viewers, African-American viewers and Women.
Any opportunity you give potential viewers to sample content ultimately helps,'' says Jeff Gaspin, president of NBC Universal Cable entertainment/digital content and cross network strategy.
We are committed to making our programming available when and where viewers want it," says Tony Behr, vice president of sales for FJEM.
Viewers vicariously become part of this story, living it as it happened.
Its most recent effort, ``The Tracy Morgan Show,'' is so old-school it'd be more at home on ABC; after an initial promising sampling, viewers abandoned it in droves.
In another conceptual twist, the visitor at the microphones looked at the stills and moving images in reverse; viewers on the other side of the glass saw the images the right way around.
However, a news producer there dismissed the overall significance of the calls, noting viewers never phone in when they're pleased about a change, only when they're angry about it.
Comprising twelve works scattered throughout the city, "Superspace," 1999, established a network of experiences through which the artist, the viewer, and the city could connect.
Some bulging wallets are at stake in the competition for financial news viewers.