broadcasting station

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Synonyms for broadcasting station

a station equipped to broadcast radio or television programs

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URL of Internet broadcasting station: Atto Odoroku Web broadcasting station http://tandm.
today announced that Hubbard Broadcasting station KSTP-AM in Minneapolis is now a Wall Street Journal Radio Network affiliate.
The partial state funding of the digital conversion of public broadcasting stations would have aligned Michigan with other great lakes states which have already passed legislation to fund digital conversion in their state.
Presented by Annenberg Media, the Annenberg Channel is a free satellite channel providing 24/7 educational programming for schools, colleges, libraries, public broadcasting stations, public access channels, and other community agencies.
Convio is the leading provider of online constituent relationship management solutions (eCRM) for nonprofits and works with many of the country's elite public broadcasting stations.
NTT will feature a powerful network environment for 10-Gbps-class data transfer, which offers a preview of next generation "all IP broadcasting stations.
We are tapping into a local, underserved market of decision makers and trendsetters with disposable income," says Mara Rankin, general manager for all Bela Broadcasting stations.
In addition to dozens of public broadcasting stations, some of the many organizations working with Target include Alzheimer's Association, American Red Cross, Arthritis Foundation, Doctors Without Borders, Earthjustice, Greenpeace USA, Habitat for Humanity International, Southern Poverty Law Center, Special Olympics, St.
The new agreement covers affiliation relationships with five Young Broadcasting stations -- WKRN-TV - Nashville, TN, WTEN-TV - Albany, NY, WRIC-TV - Richmond, VA, WATE-TV - Knoxville, TN, and WBAY-TV - Green Bay, WI.
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