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out-of-building experience

out-of-building experience
 n.— «NPR member stations will want you to come to visit, talk to their journalists and meet with their listeners. Do it. The stations will also ask you to go on local call-in programs. This is very important and extremely valuable because you will hear directly from the listeners. This is what’s known as an “out of building experience.”» —“Dear Listeners: Thanks and Farewell” by Jeffrey A. Dvorkin National Public Radio June 19, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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