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telecast

[′tel·ə‚kast]
(communications)
A television broadcast intended for reception by the general public, involving the transmission of the picture and sound portions of the program.

telecast

(TELEvision broadCAST) Both noun and verb, a telecast is a TV broadcast or to broadcast a TV program. See tele and telecine.
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