airwaves

[ air-weyvz ]
/ ˈɛərˌweɪvz /

plural noun

the media of radio and television broadcasting: The airwaves were filled with news flashes about the crisis.

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Origin of airwaves

1895–1900, for earlier sense; air1 + waves (plural of wave)
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airwaves
/ (ˈɛəˌweɪvz) /

pl n

informal radio waves used in radio and television broadcasting
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