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  • Stay Tuned | Definition of Stay Tuned by Merriam-Webster tuned

    : to keep watching a television show or listening to a radio broadcast . Stay tuned for a news update. — often used figuratively

  • Stay Tuned (1992) - IMDb

    Directed by Peter Hyams. With John Ritter, Pam Dawber, Jeffrey Jones, David Tom. A husband and wife are sucked into a hellish television set and have to survive a ...

  • Stay Tuned (film) - Wikipedia

    Stay Tuned is a 1992 American adventure satire comedy film directed by Peter Hyams, written by Jim Jennewain and Tom S. Parker, and based on a story by Jennewain ...

  • Suchmos - STAY TUNE [Official Music Video] - YouTube

    Suchmos’ official music video for STAY TUNE from their 2nd EP "LOVE&VICE" released on 27 January, 2016. 2nd EP “LOVE&VICE” is available everywhere ...

  • Urban Dictionary: stay tuned tuned

    To hang on, awaiting more news on a subject. On old dial-tuned AM radios before there were even preset buttons, it was a non-trivial task to tune into a particular ...

  • Stay tuned - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

    1. sent. Stay tuned in to this radio or television station. (A formula uttered before a commercial.) I’ll be right back after these announcements. Stay tuned. 2 ...

  • Which one is correct: 'stay tuned' or 'stay in tune'? - Quora

    They are both correct, though they mean different things. "Stay tuned" refers mostly to broadcast medium (radio, TV) and means to keep paying attention to the ...

  • Stay Tuned - YouTube

    Welcome to Stay Tuned, a distinct music promotion channel dedicated to showcasing the finest and newest in music that we bet you've never heard of. We primar...

  • Stay Tuned with Preet | WNYC Studios | Podcasts

    Join former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara for a podcast about justice and fairness.

  • stay tune or stay tuned | WordReference Forums

    Hi, I want people to wait for more information in the near future, so do I say: Please stay tune or stay tuned for more information later? Thanks.

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