openline

open-line

[oh-puhn-lahyn]
adjective
(of a radio or TV show) maintaining open telephone lines to permit listeners or viewers to phone a program with comments, questions, requests, etc.; call-in.

Origin:
1965–70

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open-line
 
n
(Canadian) Also called (in Britain and certain other countries): phone-in a radio or television programme in which listeners' or viewers' questions, comments, etc, are telephoned to the studio and broadcast live.

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