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  • n. Plural form of simulcast.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of simulcast.


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  • When big-time sports appear live online, it's often in simulcasts of the TV coverage or to offer supplements to TV such as offbeat camera angles — but they don't focus on a big event's epicenter.

    Woods could be in middle of stream

  • Last night, I herded my family to a movie theater in the New York suburbs to see the New York City Ballet's first venture into high-definition simulcasts - the kind that have boosted the Metropolitan Opera's profile worldwide.


  • Meanwhile, commercial terrestrial radio agreed to pay 0.15 cent per song for online "simulcasts" of their over-the-air programming, with rates set to increase each year up to 0.25 cent in 2015.

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  • Taking a cue from the Metropolitan Opera "Live in HD" simulcasts, "LA Phil Live" is a series of three concerts to be transmitted live to some 450 theaters decked out for high definition broadcasts.

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  • "We have had great success this year in providing 'simulcasts' of events in second life, essentially, looking over the shoulder of a participant."

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  • Viewers will be able to view the 'simulcasts' by accessing the homepages for each channel on bbc.

    Crave at CNET UK

  • To create added value, Shor and Levin will offer the West End as a venue for non-film events such as opera simulcasts, corporate meetings and television production.

    D.C.'s West End Cinema to provide outlet for smaller films

  • CBS will announce today that online simulcasts of its NCAA men's college basketball tournament action will work with Microsoft's Silverlight video player.

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  • McManus, saying the video player will be available for CBS 'other online sports simulcasts — "this is the trend for the future" — which might have mixed results for the economy.

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  • NFLN, which re-airs or simulcasts local or national TV coverage of games, can't carry live action during time windows when any network is airing national game coverage.

    Fox's NFL coverage changes some faces


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