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off-air

(ôf′âr′, ŏf′-)
adj.
Spoken, occurring, or used not during broadcasting or not while being recorded for broadcasting: an off-air argument; off-air discussion.

off-air

adj, adv
1. (Broadcasting) obtained by reception of a radiated broadcasting signal rather than by line feed: an off-air recording.
2. (Broadcasting) connected with a radio or television programme but not broadcast: an off-air phone-in.
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THREE of Kenya's biggest television stations will remain off-air until further notice because they had planned to broadcast the opposition leader's unofficial 'inauguration' in Nairobi.
LAHORE -- The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Thursday served a notice to Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) to file its response in a case pertaining to taking private news TV channels off-air during an operation against participants of Faizabad sit-in in federal capital Islamabad.
All the news channels went off-air in Islamabad and other cities.
TWO radio presenters have been suspended after a phone call with Durham cricketer Ben Stokes' mum was broadcast - despite her being told she was off-air.
Deborah Stokes believed she was off-air while blasting Radio Hauraki in New Zealand about the way Jeremy Wells and Matt Heath had teased her boy over his poor effort in the World Twenty20 final.
GOOD Morning Britain was taken off-air yesterday as a result of a fire at the ITV building.
Digital and off-air sales are taking an increasingly prominent position for radio owners, according to the Radio Advertising Bureau.
who looks on-air very much objective but off-air they are the biggest blackmailers of all time.
The concert continued, but was taken off-air, and the group were removed,
Former footballer Gray, who was fired because of inappropriate comments aimed at assistant referee Sian Massey made off-air before Saturday's live match between Wolves and Liverpool, provides a weekly football column and big-match previews to Betfair's website, as well as regularly fronting advertising campaigns for the firm.
Such comments were made off-air to work colleagues, and were of course never intended to be broadcast.
The Sky Sports pundit had already been suspended for comments made off-air about female official Sian Massey before last Saturday's match between Liverpool and Wolves.