Traducción de call-in en Español:

call-in

Pronunciación /ˈkɑlˌɪn/

nombre

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    programa de radio o TV en el que el público participa por teléfono
    • One elderly radio listener phoned a call-in program to assert that she had read, somewhere, that Lincoln was black.
    • Radio and television talk shows - especially those ubiquitous local radio call-in programs - often do something on the topic.
    • Combining live interview, call-in and commentary, Randi engages her audience with a passionate presentation.
    • NPR is having an open call-in for veterans right now, in honour of Veteran's Day (Armistice Day, in other countries).
    • I edit a call-in programme for BBC Radio Leeds which today will be looking at whether its ever right to lie.
    • However, in this case, we heard all the talk shows and radio call-ins attacking Amber simply because she had a makeover.
    • I was on a radio call-in show on Sunday morning, and I had a lot of people call me a traitor.
    • Allowing guests to speak freely was radical enough, but then he introduced viewer call-ins.
    • Call for Help, a daily live call-in show, is one example of such programming, encouraging viewers to ask for computer technical help.
    • Within hours of a musician's death, favorite and even some dug-up singles hit the airwaves, radio call-in shows lurch into overdrive, and Web site traffic increases.
    • Valda, despite her lack of talent, has her own radio call-in show in Australia, plus a newspaper column.
    • There's another call-in program featuring an immigration lawyer, and numerous segments offering health information on AIDS, immunizations, and how to get access to U.S. services.
    • This was articulated very clearly on call-in radio programmes after the local elections.
    • Letter writers and listeners to radio call-in shows have expressed their concerns through the media.
    • Washington Post Metro columnist Marc Fisher has begun doing a weekly, unscripted audio call-in show each Tuesday at noon.