continuity announcer

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continuity announcer

n
(Broadcasting) a person on radio or television who makes linking announcements between programmes to give continuity to a television or radio broadcast channel
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continuity announcer

n (TV, Rad) → Ansager(in) m(f)
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I went home one weekend to Colwyn Bay where my parents were living and my sister said there was an advert in the paper that HTV were looking for continuity announcers and suggested I apply.
It contains - as TV continuity announcers coyly tell us these days - sexual references and bad language from the start.
DO you remember when Tyne Tees TV had "in vision" continuity announcers like Bill Steel and Lyn Spencer?
But on checking, we discover that barring a couple of movies (not premieres), a documentary last Monday and a reality show last night, the station's entire output for the week has been what continuity announcers like to call "another chance to see .
And there's a lovely gag about Channel 4 continuity announcers.
Dr Coyne may also discover that TV's staple diet of violence, immorality and abuse is not a reflection of real life and she may propose that continuity announcers substitute the word 'foul' for 'strong' in their regular warnings that 'the following programme contains strong language'.
One of S4C's first continuity announcers, Sin moved to ITV to become a weather presenter after following a course in meteorology.
WILL someone please have a word with the BBC continuity announcers .
His first job was as a lowly writer of scripts for the links between shows for the continuity announcers.
RANDOM irritations: Big-mouth continuity announcers wrecking the atmosphere at the end of films with inane chatter before the credits roll.