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international broadcasting

[¦in·tər¦nash·ən·əl ′brȯd‚kast·iŋ]
(communications)
Radio broadcasting for public entertainment between different countries, on frequency bands between 5950 and 21,750 kilohertz, assigned by international agreement.
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federal government international broadcasting services.
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With their international broadcasting rights ending next year, the PCB has set sights on reviving international cricket in the country, with Australia and England scheduled to visit in 2021 and 2022 respectively.
Telstra built a professional overlay media network to deliver all audio, video and data services from eight stadiums in the UAE to the International Broadcasting Centre (IBC) at Zayed Sports City Stadium in Abu Dhabi.
UA|TV Ukraine's international broadcasting TV channel has appeared in the TV packages of Bulgaria's hotel networks RIU Hotels & Resorts and Fort Noks OOD.
In the appointment letters released on Wednesday, Duterte transferred De Castro to the International Broadcasting Corporation (IBC-13) as a member of the board of directors.
On a busy day of announcements at the Premier League's summer meeting, it was also confirmed that the 'big six' clubs have won their fight to take a bigger share of the top tier's booming international broadcasting revenue.
Such agreement was reached at the meeting of Deputy Minister of Culture, Information and Tourism of Kyrgyzstan Ainura Temirbekova and CCTV International Broadcasting Director Jiang Heping.
Tribune News Network Doha ABDULLAH AlNajjar, executive director of Global Brand and Communications division at Al Jazeera, has been elected as the chairman of the Executive Committee of the Association for International Broadcasting (AIB) based in the UK.
RealNetworks announced that it has entered the next phase of its strategic partnership with China International Broadcasting Network OTT TV.
Also there are 22 athletes, 22 coaching staff and executives, and 21 journalists working at the International Broadcasting Center in the same city.

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