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VIEWERS. Persons appointed by the courts to see and examine certain matters, and make a report of the facts together with their opinion to the court. In practice they are usually appointed to lay out roads and the like. Vide Experts.

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For the month of July, FNC programs accounted for 11 of the top 15 cable news programs in both total viewers and in the 25-54 demo.
In 2018, viewers of Bulgarian films decreased by 35 percent compared to those in 2017 and were 388 006 people.
In the second episode of the 'Roseanne' inspired TV show, The Connors lost 25 per cent of its viewers, reported the Fox news.
The third episode attracted an average of 6.6 million viewers, giving the channel a 33% share, and peaked with seven million viewers.
For those same programs, OOH added at least 205,000 more viewers in the 18-49 demographic--that's at least 40% of their total OOH audience.
That ranks fourth all-time in terms of viewership, though behind 2016's 111.86 million viewers and 2015's record-setting 114.44 million viewers.
Viewers with children may have stronger reactions to the upcoming show.
Doctor Who also enjoyed a boost in viewers in the overnight ratings, with the fourth episode in the series pulling in 4.3 million viewers and a 23% share of the audience.
Where video drop-off rates are concerned, short-, mid- and long-form video viewers tend to drop off anywhere between 70% and 95% of completion, depending upon device and content length.
New figures released by the broadcaster show that its share of the total TV audience in 2015 was 15%, or roughly one in seven viewers.
BBC1's Election 2015 programme had an average of 4.3 million viewers, a 38.5% share, from 9.55pm on Thursday.