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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Audrey landed a gig in RTE as a continuity announcer in 2002 after working for a time at Cork radio station 96FM.
Hold the Sunset is exactly the kind of comedy Python wanted to stuff into a time capsule, maybe borrowed from Blue Peter, which would be strapped to a rocket and fired into outer space, there to inform the inhabitants of more sophisticated planets: "This was what they used to watch on Earth before John Marwood Cleese, nee Cheese, sat behind a desk and mimicked a sonorous, self-important continuity announcer by declaring: 'And now for something completely different...
Born Nancy Wigginton, but known by her professional name, she was an experienced journalist who worked on shows such as Panorama and was also a continuity announcer. She broke new ground for the BBC as its first female newsreader in 1960 as part of an experiment, following the decision by rival ITN to give Barbara Mandell the same on-air responsibilities in 1955.
Born Nancy Wigginton but known by her professional name, she was an experienced journalist who worked on shows such as Panorama and was also a continuity announcer.
I trained at RADA and worked as a continuity announcer before landing the job I am primarily remembered for.
Miss Marple will be played by Susie Blake, who will be known to most as Hilary Nicholson in Mrs Brown's Boys, Bev Unwin in Coronation Street and The Continuity Announcer in Victoria Wood As Seen on TV.
She is known for her work as a newsreader and continuity announcer on Radio 4 and as the voice of the Shipping Forecast.
Indeed, the only laugh of the entire 60 minutes came courtesy of the station's continuity announcer seconds after the end credits finished rolling.
The sound came back, then it went again: "We are sorry for the break in this programme and are trying to correct the fault" said a sign on the screen, as the continuity announcer joined the cast (or was she the genuine continuity announcer?) Later, we heard her scream - yes, Shearsmith and Pemberton were really getting into their stride now.
Created by ATV continuity announcer Peter Tomlinson, it was most famously hosted by Chris Tarrant and Sally James.
Tyne Tees Television was launched in 1959 and Mike was there almost from the beginning as a continuity announcer and then a newsreader.
"The programme was quickly removed from the schedule and the continuity announcer apologised to viewers."