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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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She said the consultations with the broadcasters are not taking place with any pre-conceived notion and expressed hope that a positive outcome will emerge from the consultation.
Lyons has played an important part in the return to the air of many New York broadcasters after 9/11.
Half a century ago when stations were few, the FCC required broadcasters to provide air time (paid or unpaid) for opposing viewpoints about controversial issues of public importance (as determined by bureaucrats).
Broadcasters: Ken Root# (, Bob Quinn, Mark Pearson
He wants changes to the broadcasters' licences so they are directly responsible for all phone-ins.
Ofcom said there was an apparent lack of transparency between telecoms operators, producers and broadcasters and called for more accountabilty.
Ofcom chief executive Ed Richards vowed to take serious action against broadcasters who break the rules.
His bill would, among other things, increase fines for broadcasters who run afoul of indecency rules, expand the Federal Communications Commission's regulatory authority to cover "gratuitous violence," and, most radically, subject "basic" and "enhanced basic" cable and satellite programming to the same content rules broadcasters must follow.
However, Collier is keen for terrestrial broadcasters to return to the market.
Initially, content will be available in real time for free and consist of exactly the same programming that is already served to existing home digital TV sets; nonetheless, broadcasters and mobile content providers are anxious to explore mobile digital TV revenue possibilities.
Speak Softly and Carry a Big Stick: How Local TV Broadcasters Exert Political Power, J.
The most recent is "Voter Turnout: Let's Turn It Up," a 2004 election guidebook for local broadcasters, published in partnership with the National Association of Broadcasters.
(NHK) and five private-sector broadcasters are geared up to bring terrestrial digital broadcasting to cell phones in Asia.
markets, broadcasters are aggressively angling to get in on the deal.
18/25] brings to light an issue that many of us who report from Washington for overseas broadcasters have long faced.
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