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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Continuity announcers on the BBC are to be paid far more than an ambulance driver ferrying an over-indulgent reveller to hospital.
The bubbly 24-year-old was completing a degree in biochemistry at UCC when she spotted an advert for continuity announcers.
Unlike continuity announcers on other networks, Jones's face was also visible.
CARDIFF-BORN Nigel Crowle started his career at HTV where he wrote the scripts for the continuity announcers.
Even the north-eastern on-screen announcers have been ditched and the continuity announcers are sitting in a booth in Glasgow.
Martyn Lewis (former Nine O'Clock News presenter) and his wife Liz Carse also both worked as continuity announcers for HTV in the early days.
For British soap operas, for the Archers' theme tune, for the Today Programme and the continuity announcers on Radio Four.
RANDOM irritations: Big-mouth continuity announcers wrecking the atmosphere at the end of films with inane chatter before the credits roll.
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.
DO you remember when Tyne Tees TV had "in vision" continuity announcers like Bill Steel and Lyn Spencer?
It contains - as TV continuity announcers coyly tell us these days - sexual references and bad language from the start.