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Synonyms for rerun

a program that is broadcast again

broadcast again, as of a film

rerun a performance of a play, for example

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run again for office

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cause to perform again

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Borne from a passion for classic television, ON Classic TV Reruns provides over 1,250+ classic TV show episodes with easy access for users.
With cost per-viewer higher for a niche network than a mainstream player, theJournalsingled outFox Sports 2--"which airs reruns of extreme sports," it reported--MTV Classic, Chiller, Discovery Family Channel, Centric, ESPNU and Golf Channel.
A TV Land representative said the reruns will stop airing immediately for an indefinite time.
Just when I think we've worked through something, and we're finally moving forward, a rerun will be on, and I'll be upstairs, and she'll call me," the 29-year-old said on the show.
HEAT SEEKER: USA is banking on Modern Family reruns this fall to draw new viewers.
A peaceful repeat vote at dozens of polling stations in Macedonia confirmed yesterday the ruling coalition's landslide victory in parliamentary elections marred by violence Held under tight security, the rerun had not been expected to change the overall result from June 1.
Networks have seen ratings slip as shows fall into reruns, jeopardising revenues.
But it is up to the consideration of the ECT if the reruns should be done before the first meeting of the House of Representatives,'' he said.
NORTHAMPTON boss Colin Calderwood joked they will have to suffer endless reruns of George Best's six goals against the Cobblers after his side earned a dream FA Cup tie against Manchester United.
A) watch Buffy reruns, B) check your e-mail or c) ride your bike?
And if the endless reruns of old movies over the holiday period don't do it for you, pick up Aibo's latest toy, the [yen] 18,000 yen "Speedboard.
Chances are if you're already intimately familiar with these figures--if your Christmas list once included Cabbage Patch Kids, if you idled away your pre-adolescent afternoons watching "He-Man" and "Starsky and Hutch" reruns, if there was ever a time in which you unselfconsciously wore Izod shirts--you came of age in the 1980s.
The number of reruns for national Sunday newspapers was just over 500 in December 2001 -- the lowest since the Association of Newspaper & Magazine Wholesalers (ANMW) began monitoring figures in the autumn of 1999.
Spohn said KLRT's reruns of "The Simpsons" tied the KTHV 5 p.
One hundred years from now, there will be no such things as television reruns.