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Synonyms for cut-in

(broadcasting) a local announcement inserted into a network program

(film) a still picture that is introduced and that interrupts the action of a film

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The show, which reran moments of comedy from the past four months, included cut-ins to a McPhee support party at Universal CityWalk, and to Birmingham, Ala.
Some, like KATV-TV, Channel 7, will have 90-second cut-ins throughout the day to broadcast local events.
Instead, there is more demand for "retail coverage" - for brokers to perform resets and new product cut-ins - the merchandising services they have always provided.
Masters In-depth Channel - enhanced this year with a live broadcast featuring exclusive interviews with players, live updates of rounds in progress and press room cut-ins.
If TV crews are planning to park to do live cut-ins or speak with race organizers, spectators, runners and volunteers, please contact Rich Harshbarger for details and credentials.
Far more of a grind to watch, however, are ESPN's daily, haphazard live cut-ins each time the San Francisco Giants slugger drags himself to the plate for another popout.
Fedder will also anchor the news on the forthcoming "Good Morning Arkansas" program and anchor some of the station's CNN "Headline News" cut-ins.
In addition to providing the network cut-ins throughout the night, Smith will anchor two straight live hours of election programming from 9:00-10:00 PM ET and 12:00-1:00 AM ET.
and will continue throughout the weekend along with local cut-ins.
Virginia Hunt, programming director for KCBS-TV (Channel 2) and KCAL-TV (Channel 9), said viewers seem happy that the CBS affiliate has for the most part resumed regular programming, which this week includes the NCAA basketball tournament, with regular cut-ins for news updates.
The affiliate will also produce live news and weather cut-ins throughout the day featuring some "News at Nine" reporters.
A number of clients have asked us to provide a complete service from in-store picture capture to action-driving exception reporting for their rapid turn, project-based needs reporting on new product cut-ins, display programs and in-store marketing activities," said Mike Spindler, ShelfSnap's Chief Executive.
Bud Light will be the exclusive malt beverage category sponsor for all ESPN 3D college football telecasts, which will include cut-ins to the Bud Light and Sony 3D viewing parties during select games.
Someone named Jim Ross works with ex-wrestler Jerry Lawler on the backup NBC games - used mostly for cut-ins during the main event - and TNN's Sunday-afternoon team is Craig Minervini and former Raider Bob Golic.
UBCI's three days of live Internet broadcasting will feature celebrity interviews and cut-ins from around the course during this charity golf event that benefits Rady Children's Hospital in San Diego.