prerecorded


    Wordnet
  • recorded at one time for transmission later

Example sentences

But this time, the prerecorded number kept playing.
New York Times
Now Netflix is reportedly paying you $60 million to air these two prerecorded performances and create a third one.
New York Times
NBC thoughtfully cut in a prerecorded interview with Daniela Thomas, one of the ceremony’s creative directors, explaining that it was a representation of Brazil’s divides of class and race, as well as a celebration of diversity.
New York Times
“When I consider that my fitness level is gradually declining, I am worried that it may become difficult for me to carry out my duties as the symbol of the state with my whole being as I have done until now,” Emperor Akihito said in a prerecorded address that lasted about 10 minutes and was broadcast on Japanese television networks.
New York Times
Her annual Christmas Day speech, which was prerecorded, was broadcast as usual.
New York Times
In 1992, when Ali celebrated his 50th birthday on a television special, the ailing Cosell offered his greetings in a prerecorded segment that showed his emotional side, without bombast or gibes.
New York Times
Her vocals are largely prerecorded, and the can lapse.
New York Times
” The races are prerecorded, so viewers will see an edited mix of drone footage and set cameras during the races.
New York Times
There was little distraction: Mr. West performed to a combination of prerecorded tracks and live accompaniment by the singer Tony Williams the producer and Mike Dean and Caroline Shaw, the Pulitzer composer and vocalist, all of them dressed in black and occupying a small stage at one end of the floor.
New York Times
New Yorkers sometimes hear directly from their mayor while he is at the gym, as in one case when a prerecorded interview earlier that Tuesday aired at 9:30 a. m. on NY1.
New York Times
It was strange because he was reading these prerecorded statements which are like implanted memory tracks.
Breitbart
“Dear General Foster: Thank you for providing written guidance making clear that RSA 664: ’s prohibition against prerecorded political messages delivered to New Hampshire voters on the federal do not call list ‘has no material exclusion it is absolute,’” Sowards wrote, adding: Despite your office’s very clear guidance last week, today our campaign received evidence that New Day for America, the Super PAC allied with John Kasich’s presidential campaign, has delivered a message to an answering machine of a New Hampshire resident on the federal do not call list.
Breitbart
According to the memo: A “prerecorded political message” is defined by RSA 664: I, as a prerecorded audio message delivered by telephone by: (a) candidate or political committee: or (b) any person when the content of the message expressly or implicitly advocates the success or defeat of any party, measure, or person at any election, or contains information about any candidate or party.
Breitbart
As applied to candidates for nomination in the New Hampshire Presidential Primary (“Primary”) it is clear by the definition that the statute applies to prerecorded (1) audio messages, (2) delivered by telephone, and (3) containing information about or advocating the success or defeat of any person competing in the Primary.
Breitbart
The statute restricts the delivery of audio messages meeting the definition of a prerecorded political message in two ways … The second restriction is the one relevant to the present inquiry.
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