Segue

Originally a musical term for an immediate follow on, now used more generally for any immediate follow on.

Segue

The linking of two bits of audio together seamlessly on-air
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segue

[v] - proceed without interruption
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segue

noun the act of changing smoothly from one state or situation to another
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segue

segue 1. To make a smooth, almost imperceptible transition from one state, condition, situation, element, or subject to another. 2. In music, to continue by playing the following piece or passage without a pause. 3. Etymology: an instruction in musical scores, from Italian segue; literally, 'now follows'; meaning, 'to play into the following move...
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segue

(Pronounced SEG-way) In broadcasting, a transition from one topic to another using a word, idea or theme common to both.
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Segue

A segue eɪ is a smooth transition from one topic or section to the next. The term is derived from Italian segue, `it follows`; the pronunciation in English differs from the original Italian pronunciation. ==In music== In music, segue is a direction to the performer. It means continue (the next section) without a pause. The term attacca is used .....
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Segue

(Pronounced seg-way) Musical term for when one tune moves seamlessly into another.
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segue

carry on to the next section without a pause
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segue

carry on to the next section of music without a pause
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segue

segue
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segue

carry on to the next section without a pause
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segue

now follows, go on with what follows
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Segue

A transition from one sound to another.
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segue

(Pronounced SEG-way) In broadcasting, a transition from one topic to another using a word, idea or theme common to both.
Found on http://www.thenewsmanual.net/Resources/glossary.html

Segue

The link or transition between two segments or songs.
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