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air time

n (Radio) → spazio radiofonico (TV) → spazio televisivo
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The LWV of Massachusetts worked with over 21 local Leagues and Common Cause and Democracy Matters; in early reports, their efforts had generated over 1500 names in support of the Free Air Time Proposals; second only to the state of California.
The latter enjoyed ample air time on the main networks during WYD (this is still pluralistic Canada, after all).
Dobson gave Jeb Bush some valuable air time July 22, devoting a half-hour broadcast to a one-on-one interview with the Florida governor, who is up for reelection this year.
It co-ordinates national legislation at the EU level in the following areas: television broadcasting, promotion of the production and distribution of European works, public access to major (sporting) events, television advertising and sponsorship, protection of minors and right of reply.--Article 4.Article 4 of the TWF Directive requires Member States to ensure that, "where practicable", television broadcasters reserve a majority of air time for European works, excluding time devoted to news, sports events, games, advertising or teletext services.
In spite of budget cutbacks, companies are turning to pay TV because air time is much cheaper than on regular broadcast stations and cable watchers have deeper pockets.
The money men, you see, have forced Auntie out of the big picture and this looks like their attempt to shed some light on the reason why bowls has more BBC air time than footy.
In all the ink spilled and air time spent on skyrocketing gas prices and the specter of astronomical home heating bills next winter, some crucial truths about the cost of filling up at the pump got left out in the cold.
Time Warner representatives visited the theater after that, and their offer of additional support translated into air time.
Close the loopholes, provide free air time, and fire the consultants
Before 1960, the FCC considered blocks of time a station donated to religious organizations part of a broadcaster's "public service" requirement when deciding whether to renew a station's license; air time purchased by religious groups, however, didn't count.
The Partnership depends upon free air time and print space.
Owners should call CHIP if they want to help support the television campaign by contributing towards the cost of air time.