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- n. The studio or building from where a television channel is broadcasted.
- n. An organization which operates a television channel.
- n. A radio frequency or band assigned to a television broadcaster.
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- n. station for the production and transmission of television broadcasts
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In 2005, a satellite television station in Hunan Province aired a contest called The Mongolian Cow Sour Yogurt Super Girl Contest, and viewers were invited to text-message in their votes for a winner.
A typical example: The Saudi satellite television station Iqraa broadcast an interview with a three-year-old Egyptian girl named Basmallah, who answered a question about Jews by declaring: “They are apes and pigs.”
When the troops arrived, the pro-Soviet plotters had failed to take control of anything, including the television station they had conspired to seize.
She had just appeared on Salt Lake television station KCTV -