How to use off-air in a sentence
Thinking she was off-air, Simmons cursed at her reportedly distracted co-anchor, Chuck Scarborough.
It was a typically insensitive comment, but, what was really telling was his remark, off-air, to the interviewer afterward.
I asked Rolake Bamgbose, an off-air reporter for ABC News who happens to be a stunning Nigerian woman, what she thinks.
While the cameras were trained on the Salahis, Obama and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh were carrying on off-air talks.
I was on board John Edwards' campaign bus, with ABC's off-air Edwards reporter, Raelyn Johnson, riding in who-knows-where Iowa.
Edith moved among the others with a strange, far-off air, an air at once full of gentle affection, yet preoccupied.Cord and Creese | James de Mille
Occasionally there was a faint far-off air-tremor, rather than sound, of thunder.From Chart House to Bush Hut | Charles W. L. Bryde
But its careful periods and strangely far-off air lack the eagerness for truth which Rousseau put into his questions.Political Thought in England from Locke to Bentham | Harold J. Laski
British Dictionary definitions for off-air
obtained by reception of a radiated broadcasting signal rather than by line feed: an off-air recording
connected with a radio or television programme but not broadcast: an off-air phone-in
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