Definition of Simulcasting

1. Verb. (present participle of simulcast) ¹



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Definition of Simulcasting

1. simulcast [v] - See also: simulcast

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Simulcasting

simulates
simulating
simulation
simulational
simulationism
simulationist
simulationists
simulations
simulative
simulative electronic deception
simulator
simulators
simulatory
simulcast
simulcasted
simulcasting (current term)
simulcasts
simulfix
simulfixes
simuliidae
simuliums
simuls
simultagnosia
simultanagnosia
simultanagnosias
simultaneities
simultaneity
simultaneous
simultaneous contrast
simultaneous death

Literary usage of Simulcasting

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1. Making Free Trade Work: The Canada-U.S. Agreement by Peter Morici (1990)
""simulcasting" means that when a Canadian and a US station on the same cable system are simultaneously broadcasting the same program (though not, of course, ..."

2. Telecommunications Free Trade Zones: Crafting a Model for Local Exchange ...by Terrence L. Barnich, Craig M. Clausen, Calvin S. Monson by Terrence L. Barnich, Craig M. Clausen, Calvin S. Monson (1992)
"... ON HDTV: Caucus working out differences on timing of transi- tion and amount of simulcasting required, seeks to increase broadcasters' influence. ..."

3. Romantic Weekends in Texas by Mary Lu Abbott (2003)
"For horse racing enthusiasts, Retama Park, on Interstate 35 north, -a 210-651-7000, has live racing seasonally and simulcasting from other tracks. ..."

4. Globalization of the Mass Media (1994)
"... area from simulcasting more than 25 % of their broadcast schedule, and it decided that any station that programmed more than 15% of the schedule of ..."

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