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broadcaster

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Television & radio
broadcasterbroad‧cast‧er /ˈbrɔːdkɑːstə $ ˈbrɒːdkæstər/ noun [countable]  1 AMTsomeone who speaks on radio or television programmes a well-known broadcaster2 a company that sends out television or radio programmes the British broadcaster Channel 4
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broadcasterMr Etyang was speaking to journalists and broadcasters following a service held on 5 August to mark Communications Day.Writers and broadcasters increasingly took up these issues.Existing commercial broadcasters claim the new stations are illegal.Every broadcaster tries to determine how much programs are worth to the advertiser.Require broadcasters to pay the government if they use the new airwaves for anything other than free services.Then on April 4,1954, a Sunday night, the trial efforts took a blow from the broadcaster Walter Winchell.Buse said the broadcasters could have made the switch to digital programming with only one-third the spectrum they were actually awarded.
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