Airwave

All Noun Verb
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  • The show has been covered numerous times by the media since it hit the airwaves.
  • It is not yet known when the station will return to the airwaves.
  • She also appeared from time to time over the public airwaves.
  • After the war this song was not allowed at all on French airwaves.
  • The show only lasted two series before being dropped from the airwaves.
  • Soon enough, the story that an old man is going to school hits the radio airwaves.
  • During these events, the station generally simulcasts the live concert over its airwaves.
  • We should insist that the public interest be fully served through the public's airwaves. Cited from State of the Union, Lyndon B. Johnson
  • His popularity with audiences saw him return to the airwaves several times over the next couple of months.
  • It was removed from the airwaves after only ten episodes due to low ratings.
  • The airwaves are useless if they are used by people such as that.
  • Two other pieces were included on Airwaves, a collection of audio pieces by various artists.
  • He quickly made his way on to the airwaves.
  • She has been on the Boston airwaves since the early 1980s.
  • Throughout this period, he would also frequently be heard on Atlanta airwaves as a sports-talk radio host.
  • It disappeared from the airwaves for several decades but recently has been aired on public television.
  • The honor came 16 years after his television program left the airwaves.
  • He recorded smooth jazz guitar still played on American airwaves today.
  • In the 1960s, Woods used the airwaves to talk about the American civil rights movement.
  • He was once again established and all over the D/FW broadcast airwaves.
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