Heung-min Son let his football do the talking in South Korea’s recent friendly with Chile on Tuesday with an incredible nutmegThe match itself has been at the centre of controversy of late following a “racist gesture” made by Chile’s Diego Valdes.The 24-year-old midfielder, who plays for Mexican club Morelia, was made to issue a public apology after a photo of him emerged on the internet producing a stereotypical eye signal.But Valdes was made to properly pay for his misconduct against South Korea on Tuesday when Son produced an incredible piece of skill to backheel the ball through his legs and leave him in the shadows.While the game remained goalless, Valdes will want to forget about this one as quickly as possible.Lautaro Martinez talks about his time with Argentina Manuel R. Medina – September 9, 2019 Inter Milan’s Lautaro Martinez is becoming a regular at the international level, and he’s delighted for the opportunity with his national team.Meanwhile, Son will now finally return to Tottenham after helping South Korea win the Asian Games.It means that he will now be exempt from military duty and can continue with his football as he pleases.With Champions League clashes against Inter Milan and Barcelona coming up, Son can’t wait to get back to action for Spurs.“This is just the beginning,” he told Evening Standard.“I miss my team. I am happy to be back playing in the Premier League and Champions League. Over the summer, I think I’ve learned a great deal about football.”
2019 Mock Trial Competition February 14, 2019 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The Mock Trial program places high school students in real courtroom settings before actual state and federal judges, according to organizers. In those courtrooms, the students assume the roles of lawyers and witnesses facing off on a hypothetical case.While judges donate their time presiding over the mock trials, attorneys from different practice areas also donate many hours scoring the trials and coaching the high school students.The program is one of our legal community’s premier opportunities for students to learn about the justice system and the Constitution.The mock trials are not open to the public, however, school teachers and students wishing to learn more about the program may attend the competition, if they get advance permission by emailing email@example.com. Posted: February 14, 2019 KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom, Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
M&A activity is one of the most direct signs of the health of any industry, including media. Why? Because unless it’s a distress situation, if someone’s selling it means they’ve done well. And if someone’s buying, it means they’re bullish about the future. So all of a sudden, there are some interesting deals occurring in b-to-b media that tell us something about its current state and its future outlook. This month alone produced two of the biggest non-distressed transactions in a long time. First, Access Intelligence sold off several pieces, including Chemical Week, SRI Consulting, the market info and price-discovery service Harriman Chemsult and The Energy Daily. Together, the divested assets represented a bit less than half the Access Intelligence portfolio, some sources say. Last week, Apprise Media divested Canon Communications for $287 million. This is a big-time transaction, especially considering the deep, deep freeze in M&A activity in the traditional print-based b-to-b space over the last few years. And just today, Northstar Travel Media acquired ProMedia.travel, a media company serving the global corporate travel management market. Founded in 2006, ProMedia.travel publishes Procurement.travel—a quarterly magazine with a circulation of about 13,000—as well as three e-newsletters. A few weeks ago, I had a conversation with some old friends at the U.S. Open that was decidedly pessimistic. We debated whether the b-to-b executives who took over the divested pieces of Reed, Nielsen and other companies were true opportunistic entrepreneurs, or just the same old dinosaurs, only now no longer in the herd. But now, with the recent flurry of transactions, I’m thinking that might not be the right context at all. It may be the b-to-b media—and I mean the traditional b-to-b media, the industry that used to rely almost entirely on trade magazines for its revenue—is gaining strength. If you look closely, most b-to-b media companies are no longer print centric. Yes, it’s true they may get most of their revenue from print media, but these companies have for the most part come to recognize their future is in being something more diverse.Over the last four or five years, media companies responded like this: • Losing advertising revenue? Then create products that produce revenue from readers. • Perceive a need for more industry training and education? Create virtual events and Webinars that supplement live events.• Looking for a way to produce meaningful leads for marketers? Create Virtual events and Webinars.• Looking for ways to exploit your industry-leading databases? Create automated marketing programs for suppliers. • Need a more diverse revenue mix? Create data products and a variety of online information sources. • Lose half your revenue? Do more with less, sometimes much less. I’ve learned from my conversations around the industry that you can be well staffed and still be a mediocre brand, and you can be a very strong brand with a lean staff—and I mean very lean.What these recent transactions are telling me is that there’s a lot of juice left in this industry, and that like the mammals after the asteroids hit, b-to-b media companies are quietly adapting and getting stronger even as they watch the dinosaurs die off around them.
NORTHFIELD, VT — Brenden Mark Ross, of Wilmington, was named to the Dean’s List for the Fall 2018 semester at Norwich University.Full-time undergraduate students, who earned a semester grade point average of at least 3.0 and had no failures in the previous Fall or Spring semester are awarded Dean’s List honors.About Norwich UniversityNorwich University is a diversified academic institution that educates traditional-age students and adults in a Corps of Cadets and as civilians. Norwich offers a broad selection of traditional and distance-learning programs culminating in Baccalaureate and Graduate Degrees.Norwich University was founded in 1819 by Captain Alden Partridge of the U.S. Army and is the oldest private military college in the United States of America. Norwich is one of the nation’s six senior military colleges and the birthplace of the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC).(NOTE: The above announcement is from Norwich University.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington’s Halliday Named To Dean’s List At Norwich UniversityIn “Education”STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: 3 Wilmington Students Named To Dean’s List At Regis CollegeIn “Education”STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: 5 Wilmington Students Named To Dean’s List At University Of MaineIn “Education”
2020 Toyota Supra: A Japanese sports car legend returns Best Super Bowl 2019 commercials ranked: Harrison Ford, The Dude, the Backstreet Boys and more Avengers, Captain Marvel, Twilight Zone: All the must-see Super Bowl 2019 trailers Super Bowl 2019: New Avengers: Endgame trailer shows heroes at their best Super Bowl 2019 commercials: Watch them all here Super Bowl 2019 memes: Game of Thrones, SpongeBob, Adam Levine’s nipples SpongeBob SquarePants barely shows up at Super Bowl 2019 halftime show See all of our Super Bowl coverage For those of you with memory problems, the Toyota GR Supra made its world debut last month at the Detroit Auto Show to something decidedly less-than-universal acclaim. Lots of people dislike how it looks, and they hate that it’s shares a lot of BMW DNA under the skin and in its cabin, but we liked it well enough, and our editor-in-chief enjoyed flogging it on a track last year when it was still wrapped in camouflage. More From Roadshow Sports Cars Car Industry Car Culture May 7 • 2020 Toyota Supra first drive review: More reset than reboot More Super Bowl Tags 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value Comments 3 The Supra will launch in the US later this year with a BMW-derived turbocharged inline-six engine and an eight-speed paddle-shift automatic transmission. There is a rumored four-cylinder version coming down the pike that could serve as a replacement for the aging 86 platform, but that hasn’t been confirmed.Watch more Super Bowl commercials here. Super Bowl 2019 Toyota reading • Toyota’s 2019 Super Bowl ad turns the new Supra into a pinball wizard See All 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better 75 Photos Super Bowl 2019 Feb 28 • Last chance to get 3 months of Mint Mobile service for $20 Share your voice The Toyota “Wizard” ad for the Supra is here and it didn’t exactly live up to the hype, much like the Supra itself. Toyota When Toyota dropped its “Toni” ad on Monday, we were kind of surprised. I mean, it was almost a week ahead of the Super Bowl, and it seemed like maybe the company was jumping the gun a bit. But now we know that the automaker had another trick up its sleeve, a second commercial called “Wizard,” which showcased the brand-new 2020 Toyota Supra navigating a giant pinball machine. The spot featured a ton of sliding Supra action set to The Who, but it sure didn’t make the car any prettier. • 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous Toyota Aug 14 • Raising the entry-level bar Feb 7 • Every Avengers: Endgame character flash at the start of that Super Bowl trailer
pic.twitter.com/BLyTFNwasu— Bill & Ted 3 (@BillandTed3) February 18, 2019 Comments Share your voice In the new film, a visitor from the future warns Bill and Ted that only their Wyld Stallyns band can write a song to save the world. So Bill and Ted set out on another time-traveling adventure to find inspiration for the perfect song that will hopefully bring balance to the universe. Plus this time Bill and Ted’s daughters, a new bunch of historical figures and a few music legends will join them on their quest.While there’s no official word on the exact release date of Bill & Ted Face the Music, Soderbergh did hint that it could premiere around Christmas time. More movies Orion While we wait patiently for the clueless time-traveling duo Ted Logan and Bill Preston to take us on another adventure in the upcoming film Bill & Ted Face the Music, the official movie Twitter account just gave fans a teaser message.To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the premiere of Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, the tweet posted a simple black and white image on Sunday that said “Be excellent to each other.” This is one of Bill & Ted’s most famous quotes from the original movie. This will be the third movie in the Bill & Ted series, with the original creators Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon penning the script, Dean Parisot (Galaxy Quest) set to direct and Steven Soderbergh executive producing.The long-awaited sequel to 1989’s Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure and the 1991 follow-up Bogus Journey reunites actors Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter and takes place 29 years after 1989’s Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure. 2 Tags In new Shazam featurette, Zachary Levi battles baddies with humor Aquaman spinoff The Trench to bring more underwater adventures The new Avengers: Endgame outfits are a little confusing TV and Movies
Badla box office collectionYouTube ScreenshotThe recently released movie Badla has hooked the nation with it’s intriguing and thrilling content.Sujoy Ghosh’s murder mystery starring Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu, leaves the audience on the edge of the seat. Like Kahani shocked everyone with its brilliant thriller climax, Badla too offers a story full of twists and turns.As Badla completed its week 1 at the box office, the Sujoy Ghosh directorial has surpassed the collection of his last outing Kahaani by raking in Rs 38 crore at the Indian box office. Kahaani had garnered Rs 23.79 crore in its first week.Globally, the film has collected USD 2.45 million (few territories yet to report) in its first week.Post engaging the audience in the lucrative run of Kahani, Badla has been minting moolah at the box office presenting equally captivating, if not more, murder mystery.The crime thriller revolves around Taapsee Pannu’s character Naina who is stuck in a murder case.Playing Badal Gupta, a lawyer to Naina, Amitabh Bachchan has recreated the magic of Pink.Also starring Amrita Singh, Tony Luke and Manav Kaul in supporting roles, Badla has been gauging appreciation for the remarkable performances.Badla is presented by Red Chillies Entertainment in association with Azure Entertainment, Co-produced by Gaurav Verma and produced by Gauri Khan, Sunir Kheterpal and Akshai Puri , the crime thriller is directed by Sujoy Ghosh, starring Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu in the lead roles is running successfully in theaters.
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Acting on instructions from local agent of French dairy giant Lactalis and the Bangladesh Food Safety Authority (BFSA), local distributors of the company’s baby milk formula are scrambling to recall units sold in the Bangladesh market as a precaution against salmonella contamination, reports news agency UNB.According to a BFSA source who spoke on condition of anonymity, and JS International, the local agent of Lactalis, French health authorities concluded 620 batches of the company’s products had to be recalled and banned for consumption and export, equating to almost 7,000 tonnes of goods.Fourteen importing countries including Bangladesh were alerted in this regard.Lactalis believes the contamination happened at one of its drying towers in north-west France in early May this year. As a precaution, it has decided to recall all products manufactured at the site since February 15, 2017 and has shut down the relevant facilities for cleaning and disinfection.On being alerted by the International Network of Food Safety Authorities (INFOSAN), BFSA relayed the information to the Chittagong Port Authority, Customs and the National Revenue Board, one of the earliest agencies encountered by imported goods for tax purposes, and asked them to prevent milk formula produced by Lactalis under the brand names Baby Care-1, Baby Care-2, Baby Care-3, Baby Care MF, Milumel, Picot and Celia, from entering the country.Two godowns used by the local agent to store the products have also been sealed, said Jawadul Haque, partner of JS International.Upon confirmation of the risk by INFOSAN and Lactalis early last month, BFSA on December 14 made a public announcement through different newspapers and ordered the local distributors to recall the product from the market.According to sources, since last July, four batches of milk powder produced by Lactalis were prevented from gaining entry into the country’s market, but another four made it through.Some 24-25,000 thousand cartons (each carton containing 24 units) have thus been imported through these four batches, of which half was distributed in the market, and out of that 30 percent made it into the hands of consumers, claimed JS International.That means 3600 cartons, or 86,400 units of the potentially harmful baby formula have already been sold.Health authorities in France have said 26 infants in the country came down with salmonella in early December after consuming Lactalis products, according to the BBC. They are said to have since recovered.Salmonella symptoms include severe diarrhoea, stomach cramps and vomiting. The illness – caused by intestinal bacteria from farm animals – is dangerous for the very young and elderly because of the risk of dehydration.No case of salmonella poisoning has been reported as yet in Bangladesh, according to JS International. Nevertheless, distributors are recalling the products on their own and sending them back to the local agent.Stating the presence of salmonella bacteria in baby formula as “severely harmful for public health”, scientist and member of BFSA Manjur Morshed Ahmed told UNB that consumers, parents and children doctors have to be advised to avoid the products.As Bangladesh is one of the largest markets for baby formula, BFSA published the public statement to stop the importation and consumption of the products following the Food Safety Act, 2013.
A leader of the Jashore unit of Tarun League, ruling Awami League’s juvenile wing, fell victim to a bomb blast and was also hacked to death in the district town on Sunday night.The deceased, Monirul Islam, 38, is an organising secretary of the AL’s juvenile wing. He was a resident of police line area of the town.Santos Ghosh, 36, an activist of the ruling party’s youth wing Juba League, was also injured in the attack.Police and local people said a group of unidentified people threw bombs at Monirul and Santos in Palbari Mor area of the town around 11:30pm on Sunday night.The attackers also hacked injured Monirul with sharp weapons.After the miscreants fled the scene, local people took the two to Jessore General Hospital.Monirul, according to the physicians, died on his way to the hospital while Santos was admitted to the hospital with serious injuries.Jashore’s Kotwali police station inspector Md Shamsuddoha said, “Miscreants hurled bombs at Monirul and then hacked him to death at Palbari Mor. He might have been killed by his rivals over a power tussle in the area.”Jashore Awami League’s office secretary Mahmud Hasan confirmed to Prothom Alo that Monirul was organising secretary of Awami League’s juvenile wing of the district.According to the party officials, Jashore Awami League is divided into two groups. Local member of parliament Kazi Nabil Ahmed leads one of the factions while the district AL’s general secretary and sadar upazila parishad chairman, Shaheen Chaklader, control the members of another faction. Monirul and Santos, the party officials added, were members of Chaklader-led faction.
Share North Korea fired a ballistic missile Friday night which flew longer than any of its previous missiles and landed in the ocean off Japan, according to officials from Japan, South Korea and the United States.There was no immediate announcement of the type of missile. On July 4, North Korea test-launched its first intercontinental ballistic missile in a major step toward its goal of developing nuclear-armed missiles capable of reaching the United States.Japanese government spokesman Yoshihide Suga said the missile launched Friday flew for about 45 minutes — about five minutes longer than the ICBM on July 4 — and landed west of Japan’s island of Hokkaido.Suga said officials are analyzing whether it was an ICBM. He said Japan has lodged a strong protest with North Korea over the launch.“North Korea’s repeated provocative acts absolutely cannot be accepted,” he said.Japanese public broadcaster NHK said the coast guard issued safety warnings to aircraft and ships.Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he called a meeting of Japan’s National Security Council.South Korea and the United States also confirmed the launch.“We are assessing and will have more information soon,” said Pentagon spokesman Navy Capt. Jeff Davis.South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said the missile was launched from North Korea’s northern Jagang province.There was no immediate confirmation of the launch by North Korea. The day’s broadcast on state-run television had already ended when the news broke at around midnight Pyongyang time.July 27 is a major national holiday in North Korea called Victory in the Fatherland Liberation War Day.North Korea generally waits hours or sometimes a day or more before announcing launches, often with a raft of photos in the ruling party newspaper or on the television news. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is usually shown at the site to observe and supervise major launches.Late night launches are rare. North Korea usually conducts its missile and underground nuclear tests in the morning. It’s likely the North launched the missile at night and from the remote province of Jagang to demonstrate its operational versatility. To have a real deterrent, it’s important for North Korea to prove it can launch whenever and wherever it chooses — making it harder for foreign military observers trying to detect their activities ahead of time.Yoji Koda, a retired admiral in Japan’s Maritime Self Defense Force, said in an interview with NHK that information that the missile flew 45 minutes and landed west of Hokkaido suggest that it was most likely another ICBM.Analysts say the “Hwasong 14” ICBM launched by North Korea on July 4 could be capable of reaching most of Alaska or possibly Hawaii if fired in an attacking trajectory. It was launched at a very steep angle, a technique called lofting, and reached a height of more than 2,500 kilometers (1,550 miles) before splashing down in the ocean 930 kilometers (580 miles) away.
Morgan Freeman beams as he receives his honorary degree. (Photo Rob Roberts)Ursula M. Burns, chairman and chief executive officer of Xerox Corporation, delivered the 2015 keynote commencement address to Howard University students, faculty, staff and guests. Sharing insights from her groundbreaking career, Burns highlighted education as the key to her success as the first African-American female CEO to head a Fortune 500 company.Noting the changing landscape of America and opportunities for young African-Americans, Burns urged the 2015 graduating class to use their education to pursue their dreams, lead, and make a difference in their communities.“All of you will immerse yourselves in a world full of opportunity and challenge. What is amazing to me is that you are entering an America that my generation could barely imagine,” Burns said. “…honor the memory of those upon whose shoulders you stand today and help build a better tomorrow.”In his speech, Howard University President Dr. Wayne A. I. Frederick reflected on current events and the deaths of Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, and Freddie Gray. He called on graduates to uphold Howard University’s long history of community leadership.“As Howard University graduates, we challenge you to continue our legacy of being a voice for the voiceless and advocates for the underrepresented and underserved, particularly during a time when social change is the only answer,” President Frederick said.At the ceremony, Howard University awarded honorary degrees to award-winning actor and director Morgan Freeman, Spelman College President Beverly Daniel Tatum, as well as philanthropists and Howard University graduates Eddie C. and C. Sylvia Brown.The Howard University class of 2015 has more than 2,400 graduates, including undergraduate, graduate, professional and certification students. This year’s graduates come from 43 states in the U.S., including the District of Columbia. Internationally, the class represents 32 countries across five continents.To view the full commencement address, please visit: http://www.whur.com/features/howard-university-commencement-2015/
Story Links While the University of Louisville’s men’s golf team isn’t where it hoped it would be, it showed a little toughness on Saturday with a 14-over-par 302 to sit in 28th place after two rounds of the 2019 Men’s Golf Championship at the Blessings Golf Club in Fayetteville, Ark.After shooting a 25-over-par 313 on Friday, the Cardinals improved by 11 shots for the round, but did fall one spot in the overall standings. The Cardinals are 14 shots off the No. 15 spot needed to be able to advance to the fourth round on Monday.”We still didn’t play the way you needed to play,” head coach Mark Crabtree said. “We definitely improved or scores from the day before, but we’re still not putting the ball where we need to put it on this extremely difficult golf course.”The teams will play their third round on Sunday, with the Cardinals being paired with Duke and set to tee off at 1:50 p.m. CT (2:50 p.m. ET) in the final pairing of the day. Following Sunday’s third round, the field is cut to the low 15 teams for Monday’s final round of stroke play.Top-seeded Oklahoma State leads the tournament at 10-under-par after shooting 12-under on Saturday. . The Cowboys own a 12-shot lead over second place Stanford on the par-72, 7,550-yard course that is hosting the NCAA Championship for the first time.Not many players have put positive scores up on the arduous golf course through two rounds, but junior John Murphy did on Saturday, firing a 1-under-par 71 to move into a tie for 77th place. He stands at 8-over-par after two rounds of the championship.Shooting a 2-over-par on the first nine holes, Murphy carded a 3-under-par on the front nine. He opened with birdies on No. 2, No. 3, and No. 5, while not recording a single bogey over the final nine holes.”I hit the ball very well,” Murphy said. “I hit the ball where I wanted to today. I felt like I had a good score on this very difficult golf course. I want to come out in that final round tomorrow and do a lot of the same things that allowed me to have success today.”Crabtree was also thrilled to see his talented junior attack the golf course and put together a good score.”The scores were better today, but anytime you shoot under par on this golf course you have played really well,” Crabtree said. “Compliments to John and putting together a nice comeback. I hope he can carry it over to tomorrow and be a great way to end the season.”After shooting a career low 82 on Friday, odds were high that sophomore Matthias Schmid would bounce back and put up a better score, which is exactly what the nation’s top 25 player did on Saturday. The Maxhvette, Germany native responded with a 4-over-par and is 14-over-par after 36 holes of the championship.The school’s single-season stroke average leader birdied No. 11 and No. 15 to shoot 2-over-par on the back nine of the course and followed it up with a 2-over-par on the front.Schmid is tied for 128th after two rounds of play.Jiri Zuska, who was even after the first round, shot a 5-over-par 77 on Saturday to sit in a tie for 48th after his two rounds of action, while Devin Morley carded a 6-over 78 and is 12-over-par for the championship.Trevor Johnson rounded out the top five with an 85.”I want the kids to come out tomorrow with a great attitude and understand what they are trying to do,” Crabtree said. “I want them to go out and put together a good round and see what that does.”Live scoring throughout the NCAA Championship is available at golfstat.com, while GOLF Channel’s live coverage begins Monday in Fayetteville. Print Friendly Version
Though Uber has weathered a number of controversies this year, ranging from the legality of its practices to the toxicity of its company culture, there is no denying that the company, which turns seven today, has had a significant effect on the worlds of transportation, technology and business. Read on for how it has changed our perspective over the past seven years.Our understanding of employment One of the main controversies that the company has weathered is in regard to how to classifies the people it employs and how that differs across the world. In October of 2016, a U.K. court ruled that Uber drivers were employees, not contractors. However, the outcome of two class action lawsuits in California in April of 2016 found that the company could classify drivers as independent contractors.Related: Before You Delete Your Account, Uber Wants You to Know It’s ‘Deeply Hurting’The rise of the gig economyA recent study conducted by McKinsey found that 20 to 30 percent of the working age population in the United States and Europe are involved in some form of independent work, due in large part to the ability to connect customers with services through digital platforms such as apps that companies like Uber live on.How we talk about on demand In Uber’s wake, a number of on-demand oriented startups have used the company to explain what they do to potential customers and investor. The Uber for X has been applied to everything from grocery and flower delivery to laundry and grooming services.Related: 7 Times Uber Has Tracked PeopleThe way we think about ownershipThe company doesn’t own its fleet of vehicles. The cars belong to the drivers the company employs. In that same vein, in recent years Uber introduced several lease programs for its drivers. Kalanick has said in the past that a company goal is to reduce the number of cars on the road.What we consider successLed by Uber, the last few years have seen a major boom — particularly in 2015 — and subsequent dropping off of venture capital investment in on-demand companies. And while Uber has been valued at $70 billion, as of the winter of 2017, it was not yet profitable. 2 min read Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now May 31, 2017 Enroll Now for Free This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience.