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They are also more likely to get radio airtime and make the top of the charts. The Sun (2016)This way, each person gets airtime, but the row is contained and we move on. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Third party leaders always have to fight harder to get airtime. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They are typically obscure bloggers who are thankful that at last they get airtime. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Neither role play nor conventional management theory gets any airtime. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Many would be offended if an otherwise obscure little tune be given national airtime at present. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We can struggle to get airtime just on the local Denver news. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Our women's cricket team is really successful but they do not get the airtime. The Sun (2011)It's a battle for headlines and for airtime to get that message out there. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There are virtuosic moments, but too much airtime given to minor characters. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The corporation has been embarrassed by accusations it doesn't give enough airtime to women. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A decent gig on a highprofile select committee with a tasty inquiry can get you quality airtime. Times, Sunday Times (2015)His modus operandi is to plunder the kind of recent scientific research that often gets little media airtime because it's just too controversial. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Everyone wants to get their airtime, but it's the way it goes sometimes. The Sun (2012)Extreme patriotism, once a minority position, has become increasingly mainstream and is given airtime. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But when you're there, you get involved and you have to have a relationship to get the airtime. The Sun (2014)After too much airtime is devoted to the quartet's training, the contest itself throws up an unexpected hero. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I think all images of 1966 should be banned from now on and anyone who played that year should not be given any airtime. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There will be those upset that he is given any airtime, that he appeared on screen during the Tour coverage yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Very few political issues get much airtime in the lives of secular twentysomethings; fewer still end up headlining society parties in west London. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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