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Imagine if X Factor were genuinely interested in finding the most talented new musicians in Britain, instead of just filling airtime between TalkTalk commercials?
(The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )

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Every night a bat puts in -700 kilometres of airtime.
(Science Daily - News, )

The sports network is scheduled to begin airtime in October.
(Tech Times - Biz Tech, )

Goals and yardsticks and project plans get a lot of airtime.
(Forbes - Business, )

Airtime is back and it plans to overtake traditional chat apps.
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

His solution: a revamped video-based social network called Airtime.
(CNET News, )

The airtime gave it a boost last year, and now it's hoping for more of the same.
(USA Today - Money, )

"Saturday Night Live" dedicated Saturday's airtime to Prince's past performances on the show.
(NBC News Entertainment, )

Female athletes and analysts aren't given anywhere near the airtime that men are in sports media.
(Deidra Dionne in CBC Sports, )

This is a very short little story indeed but it is just too, too, delicious to not give it airtime.
(Forbes - Technology, )

China Central Television anchor Rui Chenggang was detained shortly before airtime, according to state media.
(CNN - World News, )

The Nielsen Social Content Ratings will measure conversation during a show's airtime as well as 24 hours a day.
(The Hollywood Reporter - TV, )

The Nielsen Social Content Ratings will measure conversation during a show's airtime as well as 24-hours-a-day.
(The Hollywood Reporter - Tech, )

An armed man is demanding airtime on Netherlands' national broadcaster, according to reports from Dutch news agencies.
(The Independent - World News, )

A flying snake flattens out into a weird flying-saucer shape in order to get some extra airtime, new research suggests.
(NBC News Science, )

It has become standard fare for filling up the hours and hours of cable TV airtime: Speculation piled upon speculation.
(Forbes - Personal Finance, )

It's since become a cult classic that would find new life on the Internet and on DVD, with reruns still getting airtime.
(CNN - Entertainment, )

Liberal group Media Matters for America claims that Fox News gave the scandal less than two minutes of airtime in four days.
(The Hollywood Reporter - Politics, )

Experts curious about how much airtime the president will give to smart gun technology in his last State of the Union address.
(CNET News - Politics and Law, )

John Tortorella brought his bon mots to Vancouver this season, filling up notebooks and airtime with his colourful turns of phrase.
(The Vancouver Sun - Hockey, )

That's the speculation at least, that Apple has now managed to get the iPhone accepted by the last two major airtime providers that do not carry it.
(Forbes - Technology, )

A search for new musical talent promising recording sessions, BBC airtime and mentoring is launched, and wins the support of singer Charlotte Church.
(BBC News - Entertainment & Arts, )

Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan and John Abraham were among the top stars sharing their excitement on social media, despite the late live airtime in India.
(The Hollywood Reporter - International, )

A gun-wielding man was arrested this evening, after he entered the studios of the Dutch national broadcaster and demanded airtime, according to its director.
(The Independent - World News, )

The BBC released an internal report today stating it will no longer give airtime to climate change deniers in order to provide more accurate science coverage.
(UPI - News, )

High profile companies like Box and Dropbox get much airtime (not surprisingly, since Box’s CEO Aaron Levie is a particularly charismatic interview subject).
(Forbes - Technology, )

All of Viacom’s commercial airtime in the UK will be sold by Sky’s sales team – opening the door to lucrative advertisers including McDonald’s and Apple.
(Daily Mail - Money, )

Former X-Factor runner-up Olly Murs is the most-played pop star of 2013, with his songs getting more airtime than tracks by the likes of Bruno Mars and Katy Perry.
(BBC News - Entertainment & Arts, )

A man wielding a fake gun was arrested this evening, after he entered the studios of the Dutch national broadcaster and demanded airtime, according to its director.
(The Independent - World News, )

With 30 seconds of airtime selling for about $4 million (up 70 percent in the past decade), the decision to run an ad during the event is not one to be made lightly.
(Forbes - Technology, )

Despite dedicating more than 32 minutes of airtime to the 70th anniversary of the Dresden bombings, the BBC barely mentioned the British airmen who lost their lives.
(Daily Mail - News, )

A group pushing to oust Senate President John Morse has purchased radio airtime to persuade El Paso County to vote against the lawmaker in this fall's recall election.
(The Denver Post - Politics, )

Sean Parker, Napster co-founder and founder of the original Airtime, said the group video chat room will recreate a cozy, fun and intimate experience lacking in rival apps.
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

“Masterpiece,” the 43-year-old English drama franchise, is capitalizing on the runaway success of “Downton Abbey” by adding new shows and more airtime early next year.
(The New York Times - Arts, )

Jack Warner has hit back at comedian John Oliver who hired airtime on Trinidad television to urge the former FIFA vice-president to reveal everything he knows about alleged corruption.
(Daily Mail - Sport, )

The UKIP leader was asked about his chances of winning the Thanet South constituency six days before the nation went to the polls, but the show did not give airtime to other candidates.
(Daily Mail - News, )

Qatar-owned operator Ooredoo, which owns one of two foreign telco licenses in Myanmar, hopes to bring 30,000 women into the local economy with a franchisee model to sell prepaid airtime.
(ZDNet - Just News, )

As long as there has been a music industry, there has been payola – the practice of offering cash or chemical inducements to DJs in order to secure prominent airtime for a new release.
(The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )

The new Controller of BBC Radio 3 has promised to give more airtime to female composers and vowed that the station will not “dumb down” in an attempt to copy commercial rival Classic FM.
(The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )

While there are a lot of challenges, from managing Big Data, to becoming more digital, to trying to move faster, one issue that doesn’t get much airtime is how to manage a resource shortage.
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )

The European Scrutiny Committee, chaired by Sir Bill Cash (pictured) says the BBC does not give enough airtime to those who believe Britain should leave the EU or that there should be a referendum.
(Daily Mail - News, )

Donald J. Trump’s campaign has reserved television airtime in Arizona, where the primary is Tuesday, and where a super PAC supporting Senator Ted Cruz and his campaign are also running or preparing to run ads.
(The New York Times - U.S. News, )

Digital music services from Sirius, Pandora Media and others are starting to disrupt Nashville's traditional path to country music airtime and fame, paving way for acts like Cole Swindell and Florida Georgia Line.
(The Wall Street Journal - Technology, )

This Japanese agreement, given the limited information we've got to go on, seems to be simply that DoCoMo is seeing slower growth than the other Japanese airtime providers: those others already carrying the iPhone.
(Forbes - Technology, )

A deal between Univision and Hillary Clinton to promote childhood education is raising questions, again, about whether TV networks are effectively giving free airtime to the possible Democratic presidential candidate.
(Fox News - Politics, )

In the spring of 2008, months before distracted voters focused on the fall presidential election, several TV reporters ginned up a fake campaign controversy to fill some airtime in the insatiable maw of the 24-hour news cycle.
(Christopher Knight in Los Angeles Times - Culture Monster, )

With only a week left in the federal election campaign, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau and Bloc Quebecois Leader Gilles Duceppe both appeared on Radio-Canada's popular talk show Tout le monde en parle, hoping to parlay the airtime into votes.
(Nancy Wood in CBC News - Politics, )

A man accused of carrying fake explosives and demanding airtime at a Baltimore TV news station before police shot and wounded him has been charged with arson and other counts in connection with Thursday's incident, Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis said Friday.
(CNN - U.S. News, )

To gain airtime for a difficult movie, it helps to have a friend who made "Taxi Driver.” On Monday night, in a small screening room below the Museum of Modern Art, Martin Scorsese stood up and told a group that included Chris Rock, Ellen Burstyn and Kathleen Turner that the recently released missing-child...
(Los Angeles Times - Entertainment News, )

VR may have been a hot topic at the show and took most airtime with the introduction of handsets, headsets and new VR cameras, but any serious-minded attendees searching for technology advancement occurring at any scale, could see that a lot is happening in camera and imaging technology and its helping redefine photography for smartphones.
(Forbes - Technology, )

Originally, the network branded you as the Extreme Games – an event to fill airtime for the newly launched ESPN2. From your humble beginnings in Providence, Rhode Island to your 11-year stint in Los Angeles, fans across the world have watched you grow from showcasing competitive Street Luging and Sky Surfing to BMX Vert and Skateboard Big Air.
(Forbes - Business, )

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