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a broadcast that is carried simultaneously by radio and television (or by FM and AM radio)

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City and concert officials are considering a plan to provide live simulcast of the concert on the Internet.
Hollypark will take two simulcasts - in addition to the Mass Cap - this weekend: Saturday's Sea O' Erin Handicap at Arlington and Sunday's Sheepshead Bay Handicap at Belmont.
The Supreme Court has elected to hear the case, and as part of its decision, the high court reinstated an automatic stay, forcing the exchange of simulcasts to end and Calder to discontinue off-season simulcast operations while the case is adjudicated.
RTN is reinforcing its leadership position in the at-home racetrack simulcast market by developing new services and complete racing content for its subscribers.
Away games are broadcast in SD on FSN New England while home games are simulcast in SD as well as HD on a separate Comcast digital cable channel.
Carnegie Cooke's Brazilian subsidiary has been granted the right by the Brazilian Association of Jockey Clubs and the endorsement of the Brazilian Government to mechanize Jockey Club facilities and to implement international simulcast racing throughout Brazil.
Last month, CBS selected VDI to provide the Spanish simulcast of the First Annual Latin Grammy Awards presentation.
Both the news conference and the simulcast will be webcast with video provided by PROWEBCAST.
COM's live multilingual simulcast of the Oscar De La Hoya/Felix Trinidad fight, the Everlast Shop Zone provides a unique opportunity for boxing fans to shop for Everlast sporting wear while enjoying live events, weekly news, boxing expert opinions, results, contests and world rankings.
Brant served as Assistant Simulcast Coordinator at Calder Race Course from 1994 to 1995.
In the industry's economics, tracks and other locations that receive race simulcasts pay fees to the tracks from which the television signals originate.
PGP also simulcasts its year-round Greyhound racing coverage via closed-circuit television to 34 intrastate locations, and other pari-mutuel facilities nationwide.
The Company also conducts wagering on thoroughbred and harness races simulcast from other racetracks and simulcasts its races for wagering at other racetracks and wagering facilities across the country.
The Company also conducts wagering at the track and OTWs on thoroughbred and harness races simulcast from other racetracks and simulcasts its races for wagering at other racetracks and OTWs.
In addition to handling wagers from 20 traditional windows, the Lancaster off-track wagering facility features state-of-the-art wagering and simulcast technology.