broadcasts, 3rd person singular present; broadcasting, present participle; broadcasted, past tense; broadcast, past tense; broadcast, past participle;
Of or relating to such programs
a broadcast journalist
Transmit (a program or some information) by radio or television
the announcement was broadcast live
the 1920s saw the dawn of broadcasting
Take part in a radio or television transmission
the station broadcasts 24 hours a day
Tell (something) to many people; make widely known
we don't want to broadcast our unhappiness to the world
Scatter (seeds) by hand or machine rather than placing in drills or rows
A radio or television program or transmission
green manure can be sown broadcast or in rows
message that is transmitted by radio or television
air: broadcast over the airwaves, as in radio or television; "We cannot air this X-rated song"
sow over a wide area, especially by hand; "broadcast seeds"
circulate: cause to become widely known; "spread information"; "circulate a rumor"; "broadcast the news"
(broadcasting) broadcast medium: a medium that disseminates via telecommunications
(broadcasting) taking part in a radio or tv program
Broadcast are an electronic music band, based in the Kings Heath part of Birmingham, England. Original members were Trish Keenan (vocals), Roj Stevens (keyboards), Tim Felton (guitar) and James Cargill (bass). ...
Broadcast is the debut album the English pop/rock band Cutting Crew, released in 1986. It reached #16 on the US charts and #41 on the UK charts. The album was released in Europe with different packaging 8 months before it was released in America. ...
Broadcast is a weekly magazine for the United Kingdom television and radio industry. It covers a wide range of news and issues affecting the professional broadcast market in the UK. ...
Blaster is the name of several fictional characters in the Transformers television and comic series based on the popular toy line produced by Takara Tomy and Hasbro. Due to trademark reasons, he is sometimes called Autobot Blaster. He is an Autobot who specializes in communications.
Broadcasting is the distribution of audio and video content to a dispersed audience via radio, television, or other, often digital transmission media. Receiving parties may include the general public or a relatively large subset of thereof.
(Broadcasters) Broadcaster may refer to: * A broadcasting organization, one responsible for the production of radio and television programs and/or their transmission. * A program presenter on television or radio. *A sports commentator on television or radio. ...
A transmission of a radio or television programme aired to be received by anyone with a receiver; A programme (show, bulletin, documentary ... ...
(broadcasting) The business or profession of radio and television; transmitting, sending out messages omnidirectionally; Scattering seeds; Sending in all directions
(Broadcasters) The people who transmit TV programmes.
(broadcasting) The process of simultaneously emailing the same message to multiple recipients.
(Broadcasting) A single transmission received by all remote stations, for example a TV broadcast.
(Broadcasting) distributing chemicals in the pool by scattering over the water surface
(broadcasting) transmissions that are intended for the general public
(Broadcasting) a method of sowing by scattering seeds on the surface
(Broadcasting) Producing and designing media content to appeal to a broad audience segment. The technology of broadcasting only applies to content carried through the airwaves.
"Broadcasting is a protocol which allows a process to send one message out, and allow all of the other processes to read that single message". (qtd. ...
(Broadcasting) A technique that allows numpy functions to operate on arrays of different, but conformable shapes. ...
(Broadcasting) Early farming was a very labour intensive process. Because the early settlers did not possess mechanized machinery they had to hand-sow their crops. Broadcasting was the act of widely scattering or planting the seeds of a crop by hand.