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noun as in broadcast

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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.

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.

Those games were not exclusive telecasts with teams’ local stations also airing the games.

The telecast in many years has been one of the most popular non-NFL shows on TV, behind only the Oscars and Grammy Awards.

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.

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But the October 1964 telecast is still regarded as the defining Ronald Reagan speech.

All of these shows make backstories and the human element of the contestants a big part of the telecast.

Haskell was also the second-billed executive producer of last weekend's telecast.

Sure, the Golden Globes telecast was fun, but what goes on when the cameras stop rolling?

First of all, this telecast featured some of the best singing nuns since Whoopi Goldberg was Back in the Habit.

Kankad introduced the rest of his people, and von Schlichten introduced the Terrans from the telecast-station.

The inner door of the soundproofed telecast-room burst open, three men hurried inside, and it slammed shut behind them.

He called Keegark; a girl, apparently one of the civilian telecast technicians, answered.

There was fresh intelligence from Konkrook, by the time he returned to the telecast station.

Going into a temporarily idle telecast booth, he called Konkrook.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to telecast, such as: newscast, program, show, simulcast, transmission, and air time.

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