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someone who sees something occur

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Through early November, NBC had lured more than 10 million online viewers to get a taste of its new shows.
The transition has been a slow and subtle change, but viewers and advertisers are starting to take note.
We look forward to a very positive response to `9 ON LINE' among viewers and to announcing several exciting additional uses for the service over the months ahead.
The result: Veoh now offers the most comprehensive platform for Internet video, providing viewers the widest range of programming at the highest quality available, and publishers the broadest reach.
CBS' target audience of older viewers is the most loyal - younger viewers chase trends wherever they may appear and hardly limit their choices to the networks.
The cable network's format unveiled Monday seems to be aimed at the computer-savvy, viewers who are accustomed to sorting through a wide range of colorful images, gleaning that which is important to them and dismissing the rest.
While in As Yet Untitled the moral gravity is felt when viewers become conscious of their ability to control the fate of the photographs, viewers of Sneeze feel the strongest sense of responsibility at the moment when control is lost.
With TVCallME, viewers can simply find their favorite restaurants and click to receive a call from them immediately.
On paying for a general-admission pass to the festival, viewers received a packet that included a map delineating the locations of Janssens's interventions and a telephone card that provided a 900 number that visitors could use to call the artist's answering machine.
CNBC is moving aggressively to snatch some of television's wealthiest viewers following last week's resignation of Lou Dobbs, anchor of the business program ``Moneyline'' on CNN.
com), is releasing the code of its Viewer application to the open source software development community.
But our industry is viewer driven, and every time there's a chase, people tune in.
When behaviorism moves into the museum, the result is decisive, or so Robert Morris thought around 1970: The viewer becomes active, the art object passive or passive-aggressive, and the gallery a laboratory where the two collide.
New soaps introduced during this era of declining viewer interest have suffered greatly.
The construction of the scaffold allowed the viewer to ascend to a platform and traverse the space, ultimately descending on the other side of the room, behind it.