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the particular time that a program is broadcast or scheduled for broadcast:
The airtime for the newscast is 10 p.m.
the time during which a broadcast takes place:
The airtime for the new show is from 10 to 10:30 p.m.
a block of such time sold by a radio or television station to an advertiser, allotted to a political candidate, etc.:
The company bought three minutes of airtime.
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And they keep banging that drum because it gets them
, whether they're right or not.
State television has begun giving
to opposition figures even as it still disparages them.
Subscribers there do not want to spend much on
, but are keen to buy a flashy phone.
The rate of
exchanging hands based on a relatively few large top-ups seemed an anomaly.
Cell phone users are responsible for normal
and roaming charges as outlined in their cellular phone service contracts.
Each party's share of maintenance costs is based on annual actual
Calls to this line are free, with the exception of roaming and
charges on wireless calls.
However, if you use a cell phone, normal
and roaming charges will apply.
British Dictionary definitions for
the time allocated to a particular programme, item, topic, or type of material on radio or television
the time of the start of a radio or television broadcast
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