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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Television & radio
lead-inlead-in /ˈliːd ɪn/ noun [countable]  AMTINTRODUCEremarks made by someone to introduce a radio or television show
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lead-inThe last sentence in a paragraph should form a lead-in to what is to be discussed in the next paragraph.Station A and station B both have excellent lead-ins.I may be able to get a good lead-in shot before we even arrive at the hacienda.This is why the best news program may not have ratings as high as a news program with a strong lead-in.The lead-in to a news item should only take a few seconds.
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