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someone who broadcasts on radio or television

a mechanical device for scattering something (seed or fertilizer or sand etc

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Add to that a 30-minute radio broadcast live on the Linder Farm Network during lunch with a farm broadcaster as MC and you have a winner.
radio broadcaster with 86 stations render ownership.
Such copying could undermine the revenue potential of high-quality content, which otherwise could be resold to local broadcasters through syndication or repackaged as VHS tapes and DVDs for sale or rental.
And while the Children's Television Act was largely toothless from its passage in 1990 until quantitative rules were established six years later, the general principle of making service to children a requirement for license renewal set a precedent that broadcasters could hardly ignore.
corporate welfare history, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on April 7 donated broadcast licenses for digital television to existing broadcasters.
Today, the largest black-controlled radio broadcaster is Radio One, a former BE 100s company and 2000 Company of the Year.
Edward Fritts, president of the NAB, called the lobbying effort "the greatest outpouring of broadcaster concern in modern history," which, sadly enough, may be true.
Nonetheless, Morgan does make some disturbing allegations - not so much his claims of interference (the letter lists just two listener complaints, only one of which involves KFOG), but the assertion that Dunifer simply isn't a micro broadcaster at all.
Authorize any broadcaster to carry anyone's content, not just its own.
One farm broadcaster and past NAFB president says that farm broadcasting is "stronger than ever before.
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