from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Sending in all directions.
- n. The business or profession of radio and television.
- v. Present participle of broadcast.
- v. transmitting, sending out messages omnidirectionally
- v. Scattering seeds.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the medium that disseminates via telecommunications; radio and television.
- n. taking part in a radio or tv program.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. taking part in a radio or tv program
- n. a medium that disseminates via telecommunications
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LAMB: It says, "Borrowed from agriculture, the term broadcasting where it meant spreading seed wide across the field."
The policy document said: "Independence would give Scotland the same powers to ensure choice in broadcasting as countries such as Ireland have enjoyed for years."
While broadcasting from the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange he accused the Obama administration of "promoting bad behaviour" and subsidising "losers 'mortgages".
I found myself broadcasting from a broom cupboard.
Meanwhile, Gaeta was broadcasting from the CIC of Galactica.
In a half century in broadcasting, Walters has never learned to write for the eye instead of the ear, and this leads to unintentional comedy.
But many of her anecdotes about her early years in broadcasting are revealing, particularly when they suggest how much pyrite the networks served up in what some critics call “the golden age of television.”
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The replacement seems to have caught on, especially in broadcasting and in academic bureaucracies.
"Space Talk," a new one-hour radio program dedicated to the topic of America's space program, will begin broadcasting June 20 from the studios of WMMBAM on Florida's Space Coast.
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