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audience participation


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1. Any active involvement of audience members in a live public performance, whether or not planned as part of the performance.

2. The involvement of audience members in a broadcast programme—primarily involving either: a studio audience (for instance, asking questions or providing contestants in game shows); phone-ins; or, in interactive television, making choices by button-pressing. See also high and low involvement.

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