from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A television or radio show in which noted people, such as authorities in a particular field, participate in discussions or are interviewed and often answer questions from viewers or listeners.
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- n. A television or radio programme in which a host converses on various topics with guests who may be experts, celebrities, or members of the listening or viewing audience.
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- n. a program during which well-known people discuss a topic or answer questions telephoned in by the audience
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There was no reason to expect Don Imus to do independent research about the vaccine debate—he made no bones about the fact that he was a radio talk show host and not a newsman.
The thought made her recoil: she was Dr. Vera, radio talk show host, not some street criminal!
I feel fortunate to have been able to share my strategies and encourage others through such great talk show hosts as Oprah Winfrey, Bryant Gumbel, Phil Donahue, Sally Jessy Raphael, and Geraldo Rivera.
Taylor leaned sideways to hear Thom Sebastian over the crackly sound of the talk show on the driver's A.M. radio.
In recent years, cable networks have gotten more aggressive in courting advertisers with high-profile shows, including Conan O'Brien 's evening talk show on TBS and TNT's flashy high-budget sci-fi thriller, "Falling Skies," whose executive producer is Steven Spielberg.
Michael Smerconish, Philadelphia radio talk show host and newspaper columnist, appearing as guest host of CNN Talkback Live, September 19, 200293
The most widely viewed and most rapidly expanding programs use a television talk show format in combination with an ingenious variety of faith healing and Hakeem Abdul Rasheed “ministries of increase.”
I was one year into doing a two-year talk show with spiritual themes for King World, the company that distributes The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Georgia businessman Herman Cain brought in almost $2.6 million in the first weeks of his White House bid, but the talk show host and Godfathers Pizza CEO banked less than the $500,000 he loaned himself.
The official word, expected Monday, that Katie Couric 's new daytime talk show will land at Walt Disney Co.'s ABC, ends a months-long process that yielded a particularly sappy pitch to the television host.