Air Check


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Air Check

A recording of a broadcast given to an advertiser. The air check proves to the advertiser that a commercial or advertisement in fact aired. It also includes the announcer's introduction and/or a portion of his/her show. This is used by radio stations and advertisers to find new talent.
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For information on the PureAire Air Check Lite Ammonia Monitor, call 847-726-6000, fax 847-726-6051.
However, telephone calls to persons at Medialink, West Glen, and PR Newswire revealed that their client organizations rarely pay for the added cost to conduct air checks.
Motorists will be notified by Envirotest if they are eligible to purchase a CS certificate in lieu of visiting an Air Check Virginia inspection station.
Perhaps of equal importance to those using CD recorders to make analog air checks of live-on-tape broadcasts or copies of out-of-print LPs is the ability to create tracks.
Not only are these recordings about half a century old, many selections are taken from non-commercial sources, such as radio transcriptions or air checks.
Just for fun, I played some radio air checks for my broadcasting class.
The air checks will be done in living rooms, where levels of such chemicals are believed to be relatively higher as more sunlight makes living rooms warmer.
Unified's safety team to recommend that the district expand its routine air checks for those substances, Bellomo said.
On machine-tool fixtures, the location points have air checks.
Broadcast journalists, TV and radio, will have a special opportunity: a professional critique of their tapes or air checks by two distinguished broadcast veterans.
A newly single Donna Air checks in to Hotel Babylon this week, making her comeback to the small screen after five years away raising a family.
However, contrary to Lithuanian law, these air checks do not measure Tritium and C-14.