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  • 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


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  • Seriously, it's nice to see seeds blossom, as both OOV and Barbara have done with such impact.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • 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.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • Why not address, instead, the postmodern button-ism of Mima Cabacungan which I address in the new OOV?

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • One other term which you might come across David is a UK television equivalent to OS –‘OOV’, which stands for 'out of vision'.

    Mixing up my (O.C.) with my (O.S.)

  • OOV is Coming Back! glad i never took your site off my favorites tab .. hurry up and welcome back ..

    One Old Vet

  • Actress Laura Huggins reviews a Meritage Press release, STAGE PRESENCE for OOV.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • 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.

    Archive 2010-07-01

  • To OOV: I just learned of your existence from Patrick Cleburne's blog today at VDARE. You write, "Immi ...

    One Old Vet

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