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commercial break

n
(Broadcasting) an interruption in a radio or television programme for the broadcasting of advertisements
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The commercial break of the 600-year-old [Ottoman] Empire has ended.
The View" co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Rosie O'Donnell reportedly had a heated argument during the show's commercial break.
Fassbender added that he thought that category was going to be way down the line and then, one could not get back in until there was a commercial break, so he watched it backstage.
Emma revealed all to her colleagues during a commercial break in Sunday night's show, before host Philip Schofield announced the news live to the nation.
30pm, whereas in reality after every two songs there is an unannounced commercial break.
The length of the commercial break and whether other commercials were simultaneously on other channels also affected how many people stayed tuned.
Professor Palacios-Huerta said: Most TV channels cut to the commercial break when the coin is being tossed to decide which team takes the first penalty - but our findings show that this could be the deciding moment in a drawn match.
Relatively few radio listeners say that they typically switch the station immediately upon hearing the beginning of a commercial break - six percent of those listening at work say they switch immediately; 11 percent of home listeners and 28 percent of those listening in a car do the same.
Christians are taught to be on guard, clearly illustrated during an early commercial break.
During a commercial break, my host--the amiable Jack Rice--noted that almost all these stories were told in the third person, usually as something that had happened to a spouse.
She has mastered the art of the talk show, of winning the segment, of getting the last word in before the commercial break or before the host changes the subject.
They will spell out a message in a stunt inspired by the car maker's slogan, "If it's difficult, it's worth doing" as the channel aims to reinvent the commercial break.

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