Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A television or radio station that broadcasts to a nationwide audience by satellite, cable, or both.

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  • noun US A television station that broadcasts nationwide via a satellite carrier

Etymologies

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super- +‎ station

Examples

  • From the Atlanta station he had created something called a superstation—distributing its programming by satellite to the cable systems.

    Staying Tuned

  • From the Atlanta station he had created something called a superstation—distributing its programming by satellite to the cable systems.

    Staying Tuned

  • From the Atlanta station he had created something called a superstation—distributing its programming by satellite to the cable systems.

    Staying Tuned

  • Mayor Daley's vision for a high-speed train from O'Hare to a "superstation" under Block 37 at State and Randolph faces major hurdles, as Jon Hilkevitch points out in the Chicago Tribune; a proposal by the Midwest High Speed Rail Association may offer some solutions.

    Curtis Black: Which Way for O'Hare Express?

  • Mayor Daley's vision for a high-speed train from O'Hare to a "superstation" under Block 37 at State and Randolph faces major hurdles, as Jon Hilkevitch points out in the Chicago Tribune; a proposal by the Midwest High Speed Rail Association may offer some solutions.

    Curtis Black: Which Way for O'Hare Express?

  • Mayor Daley's vision for a high-speed train from O'Hare to a "superstation" under Block 37 at State and Randolph faces major hurdles, as Jon Hilkevitch points out in the Chicago Tribune; a proposal by the Midwest High Speed Rail Association may offer some solutions.

    Curtis Black: Which Way for O'Hare Express?

  • Mayor Daley's vision for a high-speed train from O'Hare to a "superstation" under Block 37 at State and Randolph faces major hurdles.

    Curtis Black: Which Way for O'Hare Express?

  • Mayor Daley's vision for a high-speed train from O'Hare to a "superstation" under Block 37 at State and Randolph faces major hurdles, as Jon Hilkevitch points out in the Chicago Tribune; a proposal by the Midwest High Speed Rail Association may offer some solutions.

    Curtis Black: Which Way for O'Hare Express?

  • He dreamed up CNN, invented the "superstation" and bought libraries of old movies before cable sent their value soaring.

    Ted Just Wants To Have Fun

  • Those assets include major metropolitan papers such as the Times, the Chicago Tribune and the Baltimore Sun; television stations in nation's biggest TV markets, including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Dallas; cable TV "superstation" WGN in Chicago; and the Chicago Cubs baseball team.

    Broad, Burkle Bid On Tribune

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