Being broadcast on radio or television: [as adjective]: live, on-air interviews [as adverb]: he apologized on-air for the comment
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- His on-air antics have garnered serious cash and the attention of news outlets.
- TV3 launched its national on-air campaign with the first of a series of spot broadcasts at lunchtime yesterday.
- Fox will not have to pay any fines, make any on-air apology or be prevented in any way from broadcasting in Britain.
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