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synonyms for telecast

  • newscast
  • program
  • show
  • simulcast
  • transmission
  • air time
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ESPN and other networks likely will continue to experiment with alternative broadcasts like that, but how much they affect the main telecasts remains to be seen.
THE NFL ONCE VIEWED SPORTS BETTING AS A THREAT. NOW THE LEAGUE WANTS THE ACTION.BEN STRAUSS, MARK MASKEAUGUST 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
After a day of that, I was shocked to watch the telecast and discover something wholly different from the darkness and pain that had defined the news’ tone.
THE 2021 OLYMPICS ARE AN INSPIRING, INFURIATING SHITSHOWKEVIN FALLONJULY 30, 2021THE DAILY BEAST
Those games were not exclusive telecasts with teams’ local stations also airing the games.
ESPN ADDS LA LIGA, ANNOUNCES NEW DEAL WITH MLB IN ANOTHER ROUND OF MAJOR ACQUISITIONSBEN STRAUSSMAY 14, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The telecast in many years has been one of the most popular non-NFL shows on TV, behind only the Oscars and Grammy Awards.
MANY IN HOLLYWOOD ARE CHEERING A HIATUS FOR THE GOLDEN GLOBES. THOSE WHO COUNT THE DOLLARS ARE LESS SURE.STEVEN ZEITCHIKMAY 13, 2021WASHINGTON POST
While Collins is a veteran producer of live telecasts—including last month’s surprisingly decent pandemic Grammys—Erin Brockovich and Django Unchained are among Sher’s career highlights.
THE PANDEMIC OSCARS WERE SURPRISINGLY DECENT. BUT WILL THE ACADEMY LEARN ANYTHING FROM ITS BREAK WITH TRADITION?JUDY BERMANAPRIL 26, 2021TIME
Glenn Weiss, who has previously won an Emmy for directing the Oscars, will return to helm the telecast.
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE PANDEMIC-ERA OSCARSSONIA RAOAPRIL 23, 2021WASHINGTON POST
They seem to be tossing the playbook out the window, not only to avoid centering pandemic-era bizarreness, but also to try luring back audiences the telecast has lost over the years.
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE PANDEMIC-ERA OSCARSSONIA RAOAPRIL 23, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Without exclusive windows, it is harder to monetize the telecasts.
WHAT THE NFL’S NEW TV DEAL MEANS FOR THE LEAGUE, FANS AND NETWORKSBEN STRAUSSMARCH 18, 2021WASHINGTON POST
NBC announced on its telecast that it was the first 28-0, first-quarter lead in NFL playoff history.
BROWNS SHAKE OFF THEIR HISTORY, SECURE FIRST PLAYOFF WIN SINCE 1995ADAM KILGORE, DES BIELERJANUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
As sports have returned this summer, ESPN has been forced to travel with smaller groups to produce live games, and the company has found that it can deliver similar telecasts with fewer production workers on site.
ESPN ANNOUNCES HUNDREDS OF LAYOFFS AS PANDEMIC, CORD-CUTTING UPEND SPORTS TELEVISIONBEN STRAUSSNOVEMBER 5, 2020WASHINGTON POST
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WORDS RELATED TO TELECAST

  • air
  • announce
  • be on the air
  • beam
  • cable
  • circulate
  • colorcast
  • communicate
  • get out
  • go on the air
  • go on the airwaves
  • put on the air
  • radio
  • radiograph
  • relay
  • send
  • show
  • simulcast
  • telecast
  • telegraph
  • telephone
  • televise
  • transmit
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