Roadcasting | Article about roadcasting by The Free Dictionary
roadcastingA proposed technology for sharing one's music collection (or any audio or video material for that matter) via a wireless connection from car to car. It is expected that receiving software could select by category from whichever music streams are in the local vicinity. Wi-Fi and other wireless systems are envisioned for transmission. See 802.11p and DSRC.
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, a technique that endeared the station to the local residents of Bulawayo, where it is located, the station distributed audio cassettes and CDs containing a mix of music, news, and current affairs programming that were then played by bus and taxi drivers for the commuting public.
"Advertising will break up the programmes and we have to accept that, but having all racing on one channel is a big thing and Channel 4 want the major crown jewel events to stand out as they have on the BBC." In similar vein, Aintree chairman Lord Daresbury said: "Aintree has had a long and close relationship with the BBC and it has been very successful but we have to look to the future." A BBC spokesperson said: "The BBC are proud of their long h e r i t a g e o f b roadcasting
horseracing and did put in as competitive a bid as possible in the current climate.
These Dublin broadcasts, each ninety-minutes long, were designed to compensate for the poor reception of transmissions from Cardiff in those early days of bS roadcasting