受眾 audiences or the audience 20007.9.20
audience (GROUP OF PEOPLE) Show phonetics
group noun [C]
the group of people gathered in one place to watch or listen to a play, film, someone speaking, etc., or the (number of) people watching or listening to a particular television or radio programme, or reading a particular book:
She lectures to audiences all over the world.
The secret to public speaking is to get the audience on your side.
The audience was/were clearly delighted with the performance.
The magic show had a lot of audience participation, with people shouting things to the performers and going up on stage.
The television company has lost a large part of its audience (= the group of people who watch its programmes) since it changed its programming.
Her latest book should appeal to a large audience (= many people will want to read it).
(from Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary)