lead-in

Definition of lead-in

n.1.(Elec.) a wire connecting an antenna to a receiver or a transmitter to a transmission line.
2.(Radio and Television Broadcasting) The short segment of a program or program script introducing and immediately preceding another part of the program or a commercial.

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lead, news article, news story, newspaper article, section, subdivision
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