English version

on-air in Broadcasting topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishon-airˈon-air adjective [only before noun] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š TCBbroadcast while actually happening opp off-air πŸ”Š an on-air interview
Examples from the Corpus
on-airβ€’ Last fall, Winfrey decided to give fiction a boost by creating her on-air book club.β€’ Pahdra Singh handled his on-air interview brilliantly, and pointed out to Labone that grandstands are not insured against theft.β€’ Despite the model looks and on-air poise, the most striking quality of this thirtysomething television journalist is her name.β€’ No on-air promotion is allowed on any of our independently commissioned or distributed titles.β€’ Networks are making heavy profits from news, and on-air talent is being paid more than ever to communicate to the public.β€’ Hilary explains how she deals with on-air technical problems.β€’ On weekends, this connoisseur of contemporary language stations himself on the couch, clicker in hand, riding the on-air waves.β€’ The on-air weather person is expected to draw audiences, not weather maps.