Examples of airtime in a Sentence
The committee plans to buy radio airtime for the campaign ads.
Recent Examples of airtime from the Web
Emma González and David Hogg, of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, have gotten a lot of airtime since the mass shooting.
The lack of airtime means the movements largely try to spread their messages via social media, where fake news and polarization are rife.
The video has gone viral, getting airtime on ESPN’s Highly Questionable along with Colin Cowherd’s website, theherdnow.com, among other national platforms.
Mercedes-Benz is not buying airtime for the Super Bowl this year but the German brand will run an unusual promotion that dovetails with the game.
The mustache got some airtime during the national championship.
There's no way that Chloe would just let someone get more airtime like that.
Or at least that is likely what executives at NBC and parent company Comcast (cmcsa, -1.99%) are hoping for in generating ratings and justifying billions of dollars in investments to secure the U.S. airtime rights for decades now.
The Man City playmaker spent the first half of the season on fire - earning plaudits from every pundit who received enough airtime to flatter the former Chelsea midfielder.
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