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aircheck a recording of a radio broadcast, esp. of music.
airing a broadcast, usu. of prerecorded material, on radio or television. [1/3 definitions]
airtime broadcast time allotted, as to an event or news story, on television or radio.
Alex Haley a U.S. author celebrated for his pulitzer prize-winning work of historical fiction, Roots: The Saga of an American Family (1976), a publication whose subsequent television broadcast adaptation spawned a national discussion about race and race relations (b.1921--d.1992).
anchorperson the main announcer on a news broadcast.
audio in television or film, the sound portion of a program or broadcast. (Cf. video.) [1/3 definitions]
cablecast a broadcast transmitted through cable television. [3 definitions]
call-in a telephone conversation between a listener or viewer and a radio or television host, which is broadcast on the host's show. [1/2 definitions]
commentator one who provides a commentary, esp. one who reports news along with background information or interpretation in a radio or television broadcast.
commercial an advertisement broadcast on television or radio. [1/4 definitions]
copywriter one who writes text for publication or broadcast, esp. for advertisements.
DJ to provide (an event or radio broadcast) with music and commentary. [1/3 definitions]
filler a short passage of secondary importance that fills a gap in a newspaper or broadcast. [1/4 definitions]
Gerry Jackson founder and station manager of SW Radio Africa, Zimbabwe's only independent radio station, which is broadcast from London, England, where Jackson lives in exile.
instant replay the reshowing of a short televised segment, as of a football play or gymnastic routine, often in slow motion, immediately after it has been initially recorded and broadcast.
journalism the technique of writing or presenting published or broadcast news. [1/3 definitions]
live2 of radio or television programs, broadcast during performance. [1/6 definitions]
microphone a device that converts sound waves into electronic signals for recording, amplification, or broadcast.
newscast a news broadcast on television or radio.
nonbroadcast combined form of broadcast.
off the air not broadcast on radio or television.