broadcast

All Noun Verb
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  • They are today often broadcast on television and used as a teaching aid.
  • The broadcast suggested that the nation was not ready for something more serious.
  • Despite this, the number of radio stations that broadcast games is actually quite small.
  • Music radio is a radio format in which music is the main broadcast content.
  • This was believed to be the most widely watched television broadcast until that time.
  • Radio is broadcast throughout the country, including some parts of the interior.
  • Live music can also be broadcast over the radio, television or the Internet.
  • It would be broadcast as the first episode of the sixth series.
  • However, the final table broadcast was expanded over two one-hour episodes.
  • The show was broadcast live on cable television on a pay-per-view basis.
  • It was also the first United States trial to be broadcast on national radio.
  • On-air broadcast is limited to the regions they are produced.
  • This allowed the show to be broadcast later for the West Coast.
  • Broadcast media and news is provided by several television and radio companies, one of which is government-run.
  • As a mark of respect, the third series was first broadcast a week later than originally planned.
  • This address was read out five times as it was broadcast live to different parts of the world.
  • The first season was broadcast in black-and-white.
  • Many other cast members only found out at the same time as the public, when the episode was broadcast.
  • Third is the final cut, which actually gets released or broadcast.
  • There are a wide range of radio stations that broadcast in both English and French.
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Meaning of broadcast

  • noun Message that is transmitted by radio or television
  • noun A radio or television show
    did you see his program last night?
  • verb Sow over a wide area, especially by hand
    broadcast seeds