shoutout

shoutout

(ˈʃaʊtˌaʊt)
n
informal a public greeting, esp one broadcast via television or radio
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She even took to Instagram to give a social media shoutout to Beckham by posting a black and white photo of David Beckham's eldest son.
Goldberg also taps into the NFL pop culture of the day with a shoutout to the Eagles 1988 rap video, "Buddy's Watchin' You.
Mandy said: "When we went to the Steps concert, Nicole got to meet The Vengaboys which was great and they did a lovely shoutout for her.
The ever-fashionable Heart Evangelista attended Paris fashion week in the chicest designer threads-and earned a shoutout in a US fashion website.
dairaayedurustaaye Special shoutout to my amazing parents who put no pressure on me all these years.
This is a very special shoutout for @pramodfilmsnew, my godfather in the industry.
Mathematician Anand Kumar, who has full faith on the team working on the biopic based on his life, recently gave a shoutout to them.
Egypt's state news agency (MENA) quoted an Intrior Ministry source as saying that five policemen were injured during the shoutout.
Redcap Goblin @kayfey Lemme give a shoutout 2 one of my fav #magazines 4 giving me "New #Native#Writing"
Big shoutout to all my family and friends who have believed in me since day one.
He truly believed in what he was doing and put everything in, even devising some crazy stunts to get a cheeky news headline - projecting the Ukip logo onto Caerphilly Castle, a purple Ukip Land Rover, pressurewashing the logo onto dirty pavements, and the now-infamous stunt on Margate beach which made national news with a shoutout on Have I Got News For You.
Translator Elisabeth Jaquette also got a shoutout at the awards ceremony as one of the PEN/HEIMgrantees for 2017, awarded for translation-in-progress of Sudanese writer Rania Mamoun's T hirteen Months of Sunrises.