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  • n. A board capable of displaying video footage, as at a sports ground.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

video +‎ board


  • Hall of Famer Bill Russell attended the game and received a standing ovation when he was shown on the main videoboard. - Mavs miss Nowitzki as Spurs take 3-1 series lead

  • You also have a full and amazing view of that huge videoboard which is the largest in the Pac-10.

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  • The singer became a regular at Senators games where she was sometimes shown on the videoboard.

    Carrie Underwood: Hockey's Yoko Ono

  • They got a loud ovation when shown the videoboard over the court, and Biden stood up and waved to the crowd.

  • Messages from soldiers serving in Afghanistan were shown on the videoboard during stoppages in play. ...

  • The crowd provided swimmer Jason Lezak of Irvine a lengthy ovation as a portion of his gold-medal securing anchor leg in the 400-meter relay was shown on the videoboard. ...

  • With a crowd looking on that included Donald Trump, Torre received the loudest cheers as he was shown three times on the giant videoboard, and Mattingly -- who will succeed Torre next season as Los Angeles Dodgers manager -- got the second-loudest applause.

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  • The Titans were a bit like a videoboard that didn't work thanks to a blown transformer that knocked out all but four emergency lights in their locker room.

  • Washington Redskins RB Clinton Portis, sitting courtside, drew loud cheers when he was shown on the videoboard.

  • Harper was booed when he was shown on the videoboard. ... - Hockey - Ottawa vs. Toronto


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