Example sentences for: airwaves

How can you use “airwaves” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The new law promised to promote competition by repealing government regulations . A key to this hope is digital technology , which turns all forms of communication--voice, data, or video--into streams of numbers, which can be carried by any communications channel--telephone lines, coaxial cable, or the airwaves.

  • On the airwaves, networks like Telemundo and Univision alchemize a Hispanic identity that transcends both region and country.

  • Among the piecemeal efforts the Times lauds are insuring overnight hospital stays for new mothers, school uniforms, cell phones for citizen neighborhood patrols, keeping liquor ads off the airwaves, restricting tobacco sales, creating a national registry for sex offenders, and suspending the driver's licenses of deadbeat dads.

  • The LAT lead reports that in response to Starr's admission in a Content magazine interview that he spoke privately to reporters about potential witnesses in Clinton-related inquiries, the White House took to the Sunday airwaves to charge that such actions were illegal and that fair inquiry into Clinton will be completely in question until they are investigated.

  • With the advent of crack cocaine in the mid-1980s, the civic credos of "getting tough" and "just saying no" carried the weight of common sense and enjoyed sway in schools, print, and on the airwaves.


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