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television broadcasting

[′tel·ə‚vizh·ən ′brȯd‚kast·iŋ]
(communications)
Transmission of television programs by means of radio waves for reception by the public.
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Fox and MTV have successfully used TriCaster to produce high-quality shows for the Internet and television broadcasting. [www.newtek.com/tricaster]
Categories: Business, Industry, and Consumers, Broadcasting, Cable television, Commercial television, Digital broadcasting, Digital television, Equipment management, Facility construction, Program evaluation, Program management, Public television, Strategic planning, Telecommunications equipment, Telecommunications systems, Television, Television broadcasting
Instead, David Strathairn, known for his understated portrayals of quiet, cautious men, plays the dean of early television broadcasting as a man armed only with his convictions, intellect, and a healthy respect for the truth, reminding us that real courage often wears a jacket and tie and has to please a boss worried about the bottom line.
Sampson chronicles the historical contributions of blacks to the broadcasting industry in Swingin' on the Etherwaves: A Chronological History of African Americans in Radio and Television Broadcasting, 1925-1955 (Scarecrow Press, July 2005).
The antennae pull in analog television broadcasting signals from the local environment and a complicated computer system uses those signals to trigger events in the video.

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