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broadcasting definitions

WordNet (r) 3.0 (2005)

n
1: a medium that disseminates via telecommunications [syn: broadcast medium, broadcasting]
2: taking part in a radio or tv program

Britannica Concise

Transmission of sound or images by radio or television. After G. Marconi's discovery of wireless broadcasting in 1901, radio broadcasting was undertaken by amateurs. The first U.S. commercial radio station, KDKA of Pittsburgh, began operation in 1920. The number of stations increased rapidly, as did the formation of national radio networks. To avoid radio monopolies, Congress passed the Radio Act of 1927, which created the Federal Communications Commission to oversee broadcast operations. In the 1930s and '40s, the "golden age of radio," innovations in broadcast techniques and programming made radio the most popular entertainment medium. Television broadcasting began in Germany and Britain in the 1930s. After World War II, the U.S. took the lead, and television stations soon overshadowed radio networks. Color television broadcasts began in 1954 and became widespread in the 1960s. By the 1980s, satellite transmission of live television further expanded the field of broadcasting. See also ABC, BBC, CBS, CNN, NBC, PBS.

Collin's Cobuild Dictionary

Frequency: The word is one of the 3000 most common words in English. Broadcasting is the making and sending out of television and radio programmes. If this happens it will change the face of religious broadcasting. ...the state broadcasting organisation.

Moby Thesaurus

FCC, FM broadcasting, Federal Communications Commission, airing, attenuation, bandying, book, broadcast, bruiting, bruiting about, circulation, circumfusion, diffraction, diffusion, dilution, dispensation, dispersal, dispersion, display, dissemination, dissipation, distribution, divergence, evaporation, evulgation, expansion, fade-out, fragmentation, insemination, issuance, issue, mixing, peppering, periodical, planting, printing, promulgation, propagation, publication, publishing, radiation, radiobroadcasting, reforestation, resetting, retimbering, scattering, scatterment, seeding, semination, setting, shotgun pattern, sowing, spattering, splay, spread, spreading, spreading abroad, sprinkling, standard broadcasting, strewing, telecasting, tone control, transmission, transplantation, ventilation, vestigial transmission, volatilization, volume control



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