So, you would say that sentence is correct and natural?In general, you can use triangle to describe 3 people/groups of people that have a relationship with at least one other person in the triangle.
Love triangle is an example.
I think the relationship we're talking about here is monetary.
The problem for me is that I'm uncertain what those relationships are so it doesn't add any meaning for me.If you visualise a triangle, the 3 edges of the triangle would represent the symbiotic relationships between the viewers, sponsors and actors. At least that's how I perceive it!
It doesn't sound like something I'd say. Maybe "I think actors, sponsors, and viewers all stand to benefit (from it)."Hello to all,
What do you think about use of triangle in this sentence? Is it natural or is it strange? :
-Who benefits from these TV shows?
-I think a triangle of actors, viewers, and sponsors stand to benefit.