American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Being in a format such that listeners or viewers are invited to have their telephone conversations with the host or guests on a show broadcast to other listeners: a call-in radio show.
- n. A viewer's or listener's telephone conversation with or telephone call to the host of such a show.
- n. A viewer or listener making such a call.
- adj. of a radio programme In which members of the public telephone the studio and talk live to the presenter.
- n. Such a radio programme
- n. Such a call
- n. Such a caller
- n. a telephone call to a radio station or a television station in which the caller participates in the on-going program
“It's what Dr. Laura would say if she had a call-in show devoted to academic economists.”
“But before, when I was in Kansas, I would listen to Christian call-in stations because it was all I could get on the radio.”
“Sheen's media blitz Monday also included a 40-minute interview from his backyard with celebrity website TMZ, a call-in to Fox Sports Radio's Loose Cannons program and a surprise stop at CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight, on which Sheen said he's on a quest to claim absolute victory across the board on every front in this whole mess.”
“That would at least explain his most recent flip-flop: during a call-in interview on Monday's Fox & Friends, Trump revealed that, despite indicating otherwise, he still may run for president in 2012.”
“Although I was a call-in guest on the same show, he casually reduced my work to the “notion that Obama uses the word eyes a lot.””
“Chris Christie, on a radio call-in show in Philadelphia, was asked again this week if he's tired of being asked if he'll run for president.”
“I think he finally went off around 8 PM, just when the night show, a tech call-in, began.”
“The Indianapolis-based company was co-founded in 1995 by then 22-year-old Angie Hicks as a call-in review service answered by Ms. Hicks herself.”
“We look forward to listener call-in questions, dealing with relationships, intimacy, family, and friendships, at 1.800.555.5453.”
“Not only was our SuperFan Melissa there to show off her Eva Mendez skirt, our first (and probably only) call-in show featured a number of guests, including one that threatened the life of our dear friend Metaldy!”
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