- adv. alternative spelling of on the air. (recording or broadcasting)
“His on-the-air signature is a quite simple one: like Rachel Maddow, Ed Schultz, Keith Olbermann and Dylan Ratigan, Cenk Uygur is a hard-hitting, unapologetic progressive.”
“Long-time NHRA Funny Car drag racing champion Ron Capps joins us on-the-air for an exclusive talk with WORLD RACING ROUND-UP listeners!”
“I think its fair to say that God might want to do a little better, especially considering His past experience on-the-air.”
“Another NPR reporter who tried to track down Ramsey's sources before he went on-the-air with NPR wasn't able to make contact with them.”
“Oh, and on-the-air, CBS's announcer will call the show "Bleep my Dad Says," according to CBS programming chief Nina Tassler.”
“Effective immediately I'm suspending MSNBC from my viewing schedule - until further notice, without pay - and certainly without permission - until Keith Olbermann is back on-the-air.”
“New York television has featured some spectacular on-the-air talent in the news industry over the past 50 years, but there will only be one Sue Simmons.”
“If Roger Penske team driver Helio Castroneves beats his current IRS rap (a jury in Miami could decide his fate this week) he may enter the Long Beach race; in any event, we'll be there live blogging and on-the-air next weekend.”
“Which is why, of course, Olbermann (a man of unquestionable journalistic integrity) issues his apologies for on-the-air mistakes ON THE AIR.”
“Jim Peltz, motorsports writer for the LOS ANGELES TIMES, joins Steve live and on-the-air to go over the crucial happenings - and cutbacks -- in IndyCar, NASCAR, Formula 1 and other major series.”
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