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on-air

(ŏn′âr′, ôn′-)
adj.
Spoken, occurring, or used during broadcasting: an on-air gaffe; changed his on-air name.
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He remains based in Miami, and is charged with overseeing on-air talent relations, helping to develop and executive a unified on-air talent strategy.
OSN has refreshed its on-air brand identity further strengthening the network's position that is relevant to and resonates with its viewers.
OSN, a leading pay-TV network in the Mena region, has refreshed its on-air brand identity by integrating customer engagement via social media with the TV viewing experience.
The use of the highly flexible and scalable automation system will enable TVRI to control a range of third-party equipment and quickly deliver a high-quality on-air presentation to viewers.
Peters will work primarily on news programming for Brownfield's on-air, online and e-mail products.
Turner Learning is relaunching its CNN-branded educational programs as CNN Student News, an integrated platform offering daily on-air and online resources for middle and high school classrooms.
In 1981, Cadelago joined Houston's KXYC, the market's first round-the-clock Spanish-language station, and eventually became the station's general manager as well as its morning and afternoon on-air host.
Roger Lemelin's La Famille Plouffe, a hit from radio, goes on-air in Montreal and immediately becomes the most popular show on the French network.
We can get promo material from our Latin American suppliers without any problem, but usually the quality is poor," said Adonella Roberta Azzoni, the on-air promotion manager for Spain's Telecinco.