stereo broadcasting

stereo broadcasting

[′ster·ē·ō ′brȯd‚kast·iŋ]
(communications)
Broadcasting two sound channels for reproduction by a stereo sound system having a stereo tuner at its input, to afford a listener a sense of the spatial distribution of the sound sources.
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Stereo broadcasting might not be thought of as a 'special effect' in the typical sense of the term, which tends in common parlance to be conflated with an illusionary 'visual effect' created during filming or in post-production.
15) Studies assessing the viability of stereo broadcasting for television had been undertaken in 1959-60, 1967 and 1970, but each time there was insufficient commercial impetus for the networks to pursue it any further.
23) One key difference between the proposed US television system and that in place in Japan was the requirement for stereo and bilingual service; the Japanese dual-channel system was used either for stereo broadcasting or carrying Japanese- and English-language programming for educational purposes.
It was developed to simulate FM multiplex broadcasting, which provides services such as general information, traffic information, radio paging and differential GPS data by multiplexing digital signals with existing FM stereo broadcasting signals.
The compatibility enables an easy upgrade path for existing stereo broadcasting and other media services to a more desirable surround sound listening experience.