broadcast definition

broadcast means the transmission, relaying or distribution by wireless telegraphy of communications, sounds, signs, visual images or signals, intended for direct reception by the general public whether such communications, sounds, signs, visual images or signals are actually received or not;
broadcast. , when used as a noun, means a telecommunication service of transmissions consisting of sounds, images, signs or signals which-
broadcast means the transmission, by wire or wireless means, of sounds or images or both or the representations thereof, in such a manner as to cause such images or sounds to be received by the public and includes transmission by satellite;

Examples of broadcast in a sentence

  • The Licensee shall make available a Basic Broadcast Service tier to which subscription is required for access to any other tier of service.

  • The Licensee shall not scramble or otherwise encode, for the entire term of this License any of the Basic Broadcast Services described in Section 5.1 (Basic Broadcast Service) and in accordance with federal law.

  • Time Delay Between Over-the- Air Analog Signal and Internet Broadcast: Due to the time delay that exists between the Station’s analog over-the-air signal and the Station’s online webcast, listeners who listen to the Station online may hear the cue to call later than listeners listening to the Station’s analog over-the-air signal.

  • No commercial establishment within the Licensee’s service area shall be denied Basic Broadcast Service or Cable Programming Services if requested.

  • Included are the Press Work Facilities, Field Level Facilities, Broadcast Facilities and Miscellaneous Media Facilities.

More Definitions of broadcast

broadcast means to broadcast (including in a cable programme) or so to authorise by any means now or hereafter known the Work or a performance reading or recitation of the Work in a Programme primarily for sound reception (and the first such broadcast or inclusion under this Agreement shall be referred to as “First Broadcast” and subsequent ones as “Broadcasts” whether received by wireless broadcast and/or inclusion in a cable programme), simultaneously or non-simultaneously live and/or recorded in the BBC’s Public Services
broadcast means communication to the public
broadcast means to electronically transmit a visual image with the intent that it be viewed by a person or persons;
broadcast means a method of putting granular or powdered chemicals into a pool by spreading them widely over the surface of the water.
broadcast means any audio or visual transmission sent by
broadcast means the process whereby the output signal of a broadcasting organization is taken from its point of origin, this being the point where such a signal is made available in its content format, and is conveyed to any broadcast target area by means of electronic communications. (Senegal).
broadcast. , when used as a noun, means a broadcasting service as defined in section l of the Namibian Communications Commission Act, 1992 (Act 4 of 1992), and includes the emitting of programme-carrying signals to a satellite; and, when used as a verb, shall be construed accordingly;