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ebrandgelist

ebrandgelist  n.— «I’ve now become an eBRANDgelist for a network that’s looking to enlist more through its original programing—but I’ll actually be there for the commercials. A shout-out to AMC for their clever, brand-building, pod-busting...

true up

true up  n.— «Each December, PG&E looks at the costs associated with delivering power to roughly 15 million Californians. In a process called the “true up,” the utility’s executives study their costs to buy electricity from...

computon

computon  n.—Gloss: in information technology, a measure of power or capacity of devices or systems such as storage, networks, or computer processors. Note: The more common spelling is “computron.” «A computon is a measurement...

snipe

snipe  n.— «Networks are also experimenting with something called snipes. Similar to ABC’s icons, snipes are visual effects that take place in the lower right hand corner of the screen during a show. Shows on TNT, for example, may include...

bootleg trail

bootleg trail n. a walking path or track worn into the ground by habitual human passage rather than by design. Editorial Note: During Prohibition, the network of people and places that illegally supplied Americans with alcohol was sometimes referred...

wireline

wireline  adj.— «Canadian Broadcasting also awarded a five-year contract to Canadian National Railways and Canadian Pacific Railway jointly to provide network wireline services for radio broadcasting.» —“Canadian Broadcasting Awards...

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