on-the-scene


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on-the-scene

(ŏn′thə-sēn′, ôn′-)
adj.
Being at the site of an action or event: an on-the-scene reporter.
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Adj.1.on-the-scene - at the scene of action; "an on-the-spot reporter"; "on-the-spot inspections"; "an on-the scene newscast"
on-site - taking place or located at the site; "on-site inspection"
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Recent examples include analysis of the news coverage of the Umpqua Community College attack, on-the-scene reporting of African refugees fleeing Montana to seek asylum in Manitoba, and the harrowing tale of an underground newspaper operating in Syria.
Another noteworthy Weitzmann piece was an on-the-scene report from a hostage situation at a Parisian kosher supermarket in 2015.
Police departments like the technology because officers can complete and update reports faster with greater accuracy than handwritten reports, while increasing officer safetyReal-time access is made possible by combining on-the-scene accident reporting software with online contributory databases.
RBR + TVBR Editor-In-Chief Adam R Jacobson will be in attendance, providing on-the-scene reports through the NAB Show.
Through original award-winning films and documentaries, red carpet coverage, celebrity interviews, industry insights and on-the-scene reporting, FNL Network aims to take its viewers to exotic places experienced only by the very few.
A transportable monitor from Honeywell RAE Systems, AreaRAE Plus offers more than 20 sensor choices, can communicate wireless signals up to two miles to a receiver and has multiple configuration options to provide both on-the-scene and remote safety information for industrial safety managers.
The purpose of the account seems to be to simply document the live, on-the-scene shot.
Helping to "soften the footprint, minimize the disruption" where NorthAm drills, Wolf is the "company storyteller," his work part PR, part on-the-scene reporter to his home office.
Instead of on-the-scene reporting, he lays out the scientific case for geoengineering and addresses critics' concerns about unintended consequences and the desire to maintain an unspoiled planet.
The equipment provides chest compressions to patients who are in cardiac arrest and will help trauma paramedics carrying out on-the-scene CPR.
Are we talking about a global event like the 2014 World Cup; a professional, on-the-scene newscast; a concert; or something much smaller, like a wedding, a high school football game, or a church production for a growing congregation?
A young father of two drowned Sunday at Cosmos Little Egypt, a theme park featuring replicas of Egypt's major attractions, yet which was devoid of lifeguards or employees on-the-scene.