Interested in Language
I am used to hearing 'We are coming to you from our studios in <City-name>'. But recently, I heard on a podcast - 'We are coming at you from <City-name>'
'Coming at you' seems like it is used when something (such as a vehicle or a missile) is coming at you. :)
Is 'coming at you' correct when used in a broadcast/podcast? Is it more of a BrE usage or an AmE usage?
Thank you, billmcd.