an equal amount of time on the air, which radio and television licensees are required to offer to opposing candidates for public office and to those voicing diverging views on public referendums.
in broadcasting, the requirement and practice of giving equal air time to opposing candidates or a divergent point of view
The Democrats got equal time after the President’s address.
A ruling of the United States government, administered by the Federal Communications Commission, requiring that all candidates for public office be given equal access to the free or paid use of radio and television.
[ep-uh-nik-ee-uh m] /ˌɛp əˈnɪk i əm/ noun, plural eponychia [ep-uh-nik-ee-uh] /ˌɛp əˈnɪk i ə/ (Show IPA) 1. Embryology. the modified outer layer of the epidermis that partially covers the fetal fingernails and toenails and that persists after birth as the cuticle. 2. Anatomy. a thin, cuticular fold extending over the lunula of a nail. eponychia […]
[ih-poi-i-tn al-fuh] /ɪˈpɔɪ ɪ tn ˈæl fə/ noun 1. a synthetic form of human erythropoietin, used to treat anemia. epoetin alfa (ĭ-pō’ĭ-tĭn āl’fə) A synthetic preparation of human erythropoietin, manufactured using recombinant DNA technology, and used to treat some forms of anemia.
[ep-ohd] /ˈɛp oʊd/ noun 1. Classical Prosody. a kind of lyric poem, invented by Archilochus, in which a long verse is followed by a short one. 2. the part of a lyric ode following the strophe and antistrophe and composing with them a triadic unit. /ˈɛpəʊd/ noun (Greek prosody) 1. the part of a lyric […]
[ep-uh k-mey-king or, esp. British, ee-pok-] /ˈɛp əkˌmeɪ kɪŋ or, esp. British, ˈi pɒk-/ adjective 1. opening a new era, as in human history, thought, or knowledge; epochal: an epoch-making discovery. adjective 1. of great importance; momentous