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telecast

[′tel·ə‚kast]
(communications)
A television broadcast intended for reception by the general public, involving the transmission of the picture and sound portions of the program.
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However, she said even last year the budget speeches were not telecast live.
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A half-hour telecast should feature no more than 12 fugitives.
At the Broadway, our basic telecast includes 15-20 minutes of presentation or training, followed by 25 minutes of questions from our store audience.
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However, the speaker said that he should have to go by book and check the record of proceedings from 2008-13 and then from 2013-16 to check had there been any such live telecast.
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PBS will telecast Two by Dove on Wednesday, March 1.
ESPN2, the home of the NASCAR Busch Series in 2007, will present a traditional race telecast (also available on ESPN2 HD), while ESPN will simulcast ESPN Deportes' U.
Recognizing the importance of this game for the NFL in its desire to appeal more to the American Hispanic population, Rothman says he is excited to show off more of Mexico's culture and the history of the stadium throughout the telecast.
Ricky Martin will also be honored as the 2006 Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year at a special star-studded tribute dinner and concert the night before the Latin GRAMMY Awards telecast.
But the biggest cliffhanger of all: Will anybody even be watching these comedy-drama queens duke it out on the CBS telecast of the industry's kudofest.