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broadcaster

[′brȯd‚kas·tər]
(agriculture)
A machine that utilizes a rotating fanlike distributor for sowing grain, grass, and clover seed or for spreading fertilizer.
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Taking someone who has never been a farm broadcaster and having them read markets and conduct interviews can sound daunting, but it makes for a great radio program.
Broadcasters may also be able to use a loophole in the original deal to push it back themselves.
2 percent of the programs broadcasters were counting as educational were judged to have little or no educational value.
The broadcasters will pay nothing for the exclusive right to use the public airwaves, even though the FCC itself estimated the value of the digital licenses to be worth $20 billion to $70 billion.
There are some issues a white broadcaster is not going to touch, but there are political, economic, and other really sensitive issues to the black community that we are willing to deal with.
The clout that the newspapers and broadcasters exert is the desire of every elected official to have favorable press attention," says Lionel Van Deerlin, who served as a California representative from 1953-81.
Rogue broadcasters such as Dunifer do more than challenge the FCC's current regulatory powers: They raise serious doubts about a state-sanctioned interpretation of history that views government control as the necessary response to all emergent forms of technology.
Eliminate all state and federal excise taxes, surcharges, or franchise fees imposed specifically on private or public carriers, broadcasters, or electronic publishers.
Broadcaster is a free entertainment community that empowers users to create, view and organize compelling and original rich-media content.
Through research, education, training, and consultation, MML experts will help broadcasters remain relevant to gain continued interest from today's multimedia consumer.
The ag community must realize who will carry the message if the farm broadcaster doesn't," he says.
The broadcaster is able to use the news verbatim or revise it to fit into any area of their programming.

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