Netflix went to the neighborhoods of Emmy voters and had the neighbors put up Netflix lawn signs. People in this audience love watching The Emmys! They may also be big fans of the TV industry, and they may enjoy watching both the Primetime Emmy Awards and Daytime Emmy Awards. Other aspects of the TV industry this audience may be big fans of, that The Emmys honor include national sports programming, national news and documentary shows, and national business and financial reporting.
The last two Artist of Year awards were given to One Direction, which all the members are from England. Pretty un-American, eh? This audience tunes in to the annual American Music Awards.
The first CMA awards were untelevisied at the Nashville Municpal Auditorium. Individuals in this audience are interested in the Country Music Association awards show, which airs every year on NBC.
A Cecil B. Demille Award is given to those who contribute to to entertainment. This year's winner of the award was Oprah and her speech made many feel as though she should be elected for president. Individuals in this audience are interested in the Golden Globes, an annual award show hosted on NBC.
Remember when MTV use to just play music videos? The MTV Awards are held every year in May to celebrate the best television and cinema has to offer. This audience is interested in the show itself, and likely the contenders for the awards.
The oldest athlete to compete was 72 years old and his name was Oscar Swahn. You're never too old to take part in an international sporting event! Not very catchy, huh? People in this audience love watching the Olympics! They may also be big sports fans and enjoy watching various Summer Olympics and Winter Olympics sports events, such as swimming, track and field, wrestling, figure skating, snowboarding, and speed skating. This audience may have seen past Olympics events, like the Olympic Games Rio, The London 2012 Summer Olympics, 2014 Winter Olympics and 2010 Winter Olympics.
The statuette given at the award show is actually called the Academy Award of Merit. People in this audience love watching The Academy Awards! They may also be big fans of Hollywood, cinema, and the film industry, and they also may keep up-to-date with The Oscars' merit categories, such as Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor in Leading Role, and Best Actor in Supporting Role.
Sinead O'Connor is the only person in history to refuse a Grammy. Funnily enough, the song she got a Grammy for is titled "I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got." People in this audience love watching The Grammys! They may also be big fans of the music industry from Rock to Hip-Hop.