Definition of Broadcast area
1. Noun. The area over which a radio or tv transmission can be received.
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Literary usage of Broadcast area
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1. Transportation Expressions (1996) by Richard Feldman (1998)
"... broadcast area. (FAA4) Hazardous Liquid: Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) or a liquid that is flammable or toxic. ..."
2. Preventing Tobacco Use Among Young People: A Report of the Surgeon General by M. Joycelyn Elders (1997)
"... indicated that the cost per person for the estimated 2605 young people (7 percent of the total population aged 10 through 15 in the broadcast area [US ..."
3. The English Illustrated Magazine (1885)
"This wound, or rather this broadcast area of wounds, temporarily invalided him, and so he missed being present at the capture of the great fortress of the ..."
4. U.S. International Broadcasting: Strategic Planning & Performance Management by John R. Kasich, Jess T. Ford (2000)
"... 700 bureau staff and freelance journalists covering its broadcast area. The Voice of America has a combined staff of about 150 in the same region. ..."
5. Re-Visioning Television: Policy, Strategy and Models for the Sustainable by Adrian Hadland, Mike Aldridge, Joshua Ogada (2007)
"This suggests that there should be a democratic and transparent means whereby communities of interest within the broadcast area can gain access to the ..."