station break


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station break

n.
An intermission in a radio or television program for identification of the network or station.

sta′tion break`


n.
an interval during or after a radio or TV program for identifying the station, airing commercials, etc.
[1935–40]
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station break

n (US Radio, TV) → Pausenzeichen nt
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