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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.
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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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Per David Michaels of the New York-based National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the org that spearheads the show, waning interest could eventually move the telecast to VOD or online.
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(The original '51 telecast is amazingly assured, given how frantic its final preparations had to have been, but there are moments of scrappy ensemble or ragged intonation which tell the full story.) There is also delightful charm and warmth and a sense of spontaneity and authenticity which is precious to behold, and is a result of how close-knit this company of singing actors was after several telecasts and numerous tour performances together.
Analysis of 70 prime-time hours of host and reporter commentary in NBC's 2004 Athens Summer Olympic telecast located the degree and forms of gender, ethnic, and national biases hidden within the prime-time network telecasts.
Before the season, the Ducks had six of their 12 games selected for regional or national telecasts on ABC, ESPN or FSN: Stanford, Fresno State, Oklahoma, California, Southern California and Oregon State.