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lead-out

A group of sectors written at the end of a CD-R recording session that indicates the end of the data. The lead-out is always toward the outer edge of the disc. The first lead-out is 6,750 sectors, and all subsequent ones are 2,250 sectors. Contrast with lead-in.
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Although the series has fun spoofing the past (starting with the size of cellphones) and appears more compatible with "Heroes" than the string of lead-outs that died in its timeslot last season, the show will need to get its bearings soon if it wants to maintain its hold on this reality.
With proper promotion and good lead-ins and lead-outs, Filandrinos said the station can have initial numbers comparable to Channel 11.
"We should tweak the cultural and political icons." Corvo wants his reporters to file essays and observation pieces in addition to news pieces, and he intends to use short bites as lead-outs to commercials.