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.
by that time stereo broadcasting will be a reality, and because all the negatives to Miami Vice are in stereo, they will be far more valuable if the show goes into syndication.'(39)