Some articles on broadcast:
... Canadian June Suyama ("The Nightingale of Nanking"), who also broadcast on Radio Tokyo, and Myrtle Lipton ("Little Margie") who broadcast from Japanese-controlled Radio Manila ... and officials with the US Foreign Broadcast Information Service identified Toguri's "Orphan Ann" as the woman "most servicemen seem to refer to when they speak of Tokyo Rose" but characterized the "legends ...
... The BBC Home Service broadcast an eight-part adaptation by Walter Peacock from 17 January to 7 February 1943 with two episodes on each Sunday ... In December 1970, Pacifica Radio station WBAI broadcast a reading of the entire novel (the 1968 Dunnigan translation) read by over 140 celebrities and ordinary people ... A dramatised full-cast adaptation in 20 parts, edited by Michael Bakewell, was broadcast by the BBC ...
... Harry Enfield, Peter Davison, John Fortune and Stephen Moore was broadcast on October 2008. 2012) starred Stephen Mangan in the title role in a TV pilot broadcast on BBC4 in 2010 and a three episode series broadcast in 2012 ...
... The following countries also broadcast Euronews through terrestrial channels ArmNews.Eu (Sweden) in Russian TVSA Sarajevo (Bosnia-Herzegovina) in English CyBC DTV Platform (Cyprus) in English (also ...
... Family Affairs is a British soap opera that was broadcast on Channel 5, from 30 March 1997 to 30 December 2005 ... It was the second programme to be broadcast on the channel (the first being a half-hour introduction to the station) on 30 March 1997, the channel's launch night ... The serial was broadcast in half-hour episodes, screening each week night ...
More definitions of "broadcast":
- (noun): Message that is transmitted by radio or television.
- (verb): Cause to become widely known.
Example: "Broadcast the news"
Synonyms: circulate, circularize, circularise, distribute, disseminate, propagate, spread, diffuse, disperse, pass around
- (verb): Sow over a wide area, especially by hand.
Example: "Broadcast seeds"
Famous quotes containing the word broadcast:
“Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition.”
—Monty Pythons Flying Circus. first broadcast Sept. 22, 1970. Michael Palin, in Monty Pythons Flying Circus (BBC TV comedy series)
“Listening to a news broadcast is like smoking a cigarette and crushing the butt in the ashtray.”
—Milan Kundera (b. 1929)
“Adjoining a refreshment stand ... is a small frame ice house ... with a whitewashed advertisement on its brown front stating, simply, Ice. Glory to Jesus. The proprietor of the establishment is a religious man who has seized the opportunity to broadcast his business and his faith at the same time.”
—For the State of New Jersey, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)