- out of vision: an item in a television (especially news) broadcast consisting of pictures alone, to be played on screen while the presenter continues to talk out of vision and provide commentary
“Seriously, it's nice to see seeds blossom, as both OOV and Barbara have done with such impact.”
“Meanwhile, though I'd gotten involved with OOV specifically to help promote visual art as Contributing Editor for the Arts, OOV is gracious enough not to ignore my core love.”
“Why not address, instead, the postmodern button-ism of Mima Cabacungan which I address in the new OOV?”
“One other term which you might come across David is a UK television equivalent to OS –‘OOV’, which stands for 'out of vision'.”
“OOV is Coming Back! glad i never took your site off my favorites tab .. hurry up and welcome back ..”
“Actress Laura Huggins reviews a Meritage Press release, STAGE PRESENCE for OOV.”
“Page 4, panel 4: Interior Thrumble’s Cantina, MASSAD THRUMBLE seated at his private table across from the BIMBO from Issue #1 Page 19, panel 2, both of them looking up at somebody who has approached their table but is OOV.”
“To OOV: I just learned of your existence from Patrick Cleburne's blog today at VDARE. You write, "Immi ...”
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