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A '''reviewer''' is someone who [[analyze]]s and [[judge]]s a work of [[art]] or [[entertainment]] and presents their opinions to their [[audience]] via print, television, or the internet.
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A '''reviewer''' is someone who [[analyze]]s and [[judge]]s a work of [[art]] or [[entertainment]] and presents his opinions to his [[audience]] via print or electronic media.
  
A talented reviewer can help the potential consumer tell whether they would enjoy the work or not regardless of whether the reviewer liked it or not.
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A good reviewer can help potential consumers tell whether they would enjoy the work or not regardless of whether the reviewer liked it or not.
  
Reviewers sometimes include a great deal of background information about the subject involved, or biographical information about its creator, making some kinds of reviews an art form of their own.
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Reviewers sometimes include a great deal of background information about the subject involved, or biographical information about the work's creator, making some kinds of reviews an art form of their own.
  
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Latest revision as of 18:15, 11 July 2016

A reviewer is someone who analyzes and judges a work of art or entertainment and presents his opinions to his audience via print or electronic media.

A good reviewer can help potential consumers tell whether they would enjoy the work or not regardless of whether the reviewer liked it or not.

Reviewers sometimes include a great deal of background information about the subject involved, or biographical information about the work's creator, making some kinds of reviews an art form of their own.