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    • becoming in a format such that listeners or…
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call-in definition

  • adjective:
    • becoming in a format such that listeners or visitors tend to be welcomed to possess their particular phone conversations using the host or visitors on a show broadcast with other listeners: a call-in radio tv show.
    • where members of the public phone the studio and talk stay to the presenter.
    • becoming in a format in a way that audience or watchers tend to be asked to have their particular telephone conversations utilizing the number or friends on a show broadcast to many other listeners: a call-in radio program.
    • In which members of the public telephone the studio and talk live to the presenter.
  • noun:
    • A viewer's or listener's phone discussion with or mobile call to the number of these a show.
    • A viewer or listener making these types of a call.
    • These types of a radio programme
    • Such a call
    • Such a caller
    • a telephone telephone call to a radio section or a television station where the caller participates inside on-going program
    • A viewer's or listener's telephone conversation with or mobile call on number of such a show.
    • A viewer or listener making these types of a call.
    • These types of a radio programme
    • These types of a call
    • Such a caller
    • a telephone telephone call to a radio section or a television section where the caller participates in on-going system
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