a text-based graphic overlay displayed at the bottom of a television screen or film frame, as closed captioning or the crawl of a newscast.
to display (information) in overlaid text at the bottom of a screen: The network prematurely chyroned what they believed to be final election results and had to issue a correction shortly thereafter.
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How to use chyron in a sentence
Fox News claimed to consider this costuming a liberal attack on the president and in outrage suffered an inflamed chyron.Shakespeare still matters. A new book reminds us why. | Michael Sims | September 9, 2021 | Washington Post
It is the pin of an elder statesman, of a pundit worthy of her Fox News chyron.