1to be off-air — estar fuera de antena
- The audience began to clap and whistle, standing up in their seats while Will kissed Lauren sweetly and they went off-air.
- There will also be many initiatives happening off-air too, allowing pupils to improve both their sporting and journalistic skills.
- The report describes how the BBC adds public value through serving its audiences responsibly both on-air and off-air.
- It looks like an off-air, slow-speed, VHS recording.
- Mark H. Rodeffer is a researcher and off-air reporter at CNN's political unit.
- The off-air campaign will be complemented by on-air trails with high production values.
- Each gets category exclusivity, extensive product placement within the series, and has off-air marketing rights.
- ‘I have no idea how I do this,’ he says, laughing, his off-air voice less animated and rapid.
- We also put together ideas for listener promotions, on-air content, and how we can take these off-air in marketing terms to attract new listeners.
- They watch movies that they've recorded off-air onto videotape at the slowest speed.
1to go off-air — dejar de salir al aire / de transmitir