broadcaster

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  • The station has played host to many well-known broadcasters over the years.
  • The team has had multiple broadcasters who advanced to the major league level.
  • Not long after he retired from the ring, he became a full-time broadcaster.
  • Failure to do this may result in the broadcaster being given a fine.
  • He is also known as a television and radio broadcaster on music.
  • International religious television broadcasters broadcast from a host nation to another nation or nations.
  • Numerous religious broadcasters own a large number of their own stations.
  • He has worked as a sports journalist, sports broadcaster and game show host.
  • In most countries, the public broadcasters were the only television services available until the 1980s.
  • Broadcasters in one country have several reasons to reach out to an audience in other countries.
  • It is one of the leading French radio broadcasters and heard throughout France.
  • Each broadcaster provides feed to the others for matches in their home territory.
  • Public service broadcasters are funded in whole or in part through public money.
  • He left the committee to continue his career as a broadcaster.
  • Among professional broadcasters, dead air is considered one of the worst things that can occur.
  • Other broadcasters must average no more than nine minutes (twelve in the peak).
  • Today, almost every major broadcaster around the world is operating an Internet television platform.
  • He had professional status and later became an author and broadcaster.
  • This was the first time that this particular award had ever been given to a Canadian broadcaster.
  • He has written several books and in his work as a broadcaster has presented history programmes on television.
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Words starting with broadcaster

Synonyms of broadcaster

Meaning of broadcaster

  • noun Someone who broadcasts on radio or television
  • noun A mechanical device for scattering something (seed or fertilizer or sand etc.) in all directions