broadcast station


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broadcast station

[′brȯd‚kast ‚stā·shən]
(communications)
A television or radio station used for transmitting programs to the general public. Also known as station.
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In his testimony, Polka urged Congress to modify current law by not requiring inclusion of broadcast stations that elect retransmission consent in the cable basic service tier, so that consumers who wish to receive cable television service without subscribing to the retransmission consent stations may do so.
Pacing compares a broadcast stations revenues booked for a certain time period to the revenues booked in the same point in the previous year.
Second, the FCC granted two enforcement complaints filed against a video provider carrying two broadcast stations without the stations' express authority.
Sturm added that FCC studies show that newspaper ownership of broadcast stations "invariably results in more and better local news and information."
Especially in those markets where newspapers and broadcast stations work cooperatively on civic journalism projects, the print half of the partnership could chide the television half for its incomplete commitment to the effort.
Just how much of a local broadcast station's revenue comes from ads?
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7 April 2017 - US broadcast station mergers and acquisitions volume reached USD 2.76bn in 1Q17, according to analysis by US-based S/P Global Market Intelligence's Kagan media research group, the firm said.
Broadcast stations owned by Tribune Media were yanked off the air in 33 markets Sunday - including in major cities like New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia and Dallas - after the two sides could not reach a new carriage agreement.
Already being deployed by a number of the largest broadcast organisations in the world, TVU Grid delivers a powerful, scalable and simple-to-operate solution that enables broadcasters to distribute live video in real time to other broadcast stations, regardless of location.
The FAB also regulates establishment of wireless base stations in the country by PTCL, NTC, SCO, Mobilink, Telenor, Ufone, Warid, Zong, Wateen, Witribe etc, broadcast station towers by all FM operator, PTVC, Radio Pakistan and communication towers of other Government department like WAPDA,SNGPL, SSGCL, and others.

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