Broadcast Media


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Broadcast Media

1. The electronic transmission of data to televisions, radios or the Internet. Broadcast media is used to transmit shows or movies for entertainment. It is monetized through the sale of advertising space during or between shows.

2. A broadcast media company.
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He Dabing, President, Marketing and Solution Sales, Enterprise Business Group, Huawei, said, "With a focus on exploring technological innovations around convergent media cloud platforms, Huawei has worked with our partners, Sobey and SZMG, to build the broadcast media industry's very first hybrid omnimedia cloud production platform.
This report will save Lucintel clients hundreds of hours in personal research time on a global market and it offers significant benefits in expanding business opportunities throughout the global broadcast media industry.
The measure also seeks to guarantee and confirm the social responsibility of broadcast media in serving the interest and welfare of the people.
Broadway Sound, headed by Mike Ungar and Ralph Kelsey, is a leader in music production, sound design, sound editing and mixing for broadcast media, and is well known for its longstanding relationship with NBC.
Entries from the broadcast media may be a maximum of five separate pieces or a series of no more than five segments.
When the broadcast media was cited, television and radio are often consulted, with network television cited by 51 percent, public broadcasting (48 percent), cable TV (34 percent), and radio (29 percent).
Newport Media, an innovative fabless semiconductor company supplying products to the mobile broadcast media market, today announced that it has begun sampling semiconductor solutions for the mobile version of Japan's Integrated Services Digital Broadcasting-Terrestrial (ISDB-T) digital television standard.
Eligibility and Entry Rules Any journalist from the commercial print or broadcast media may submit entries that were published or aired in the United States during the period from June 1, 1991, to June 1, 1992.
and UCLA Anderson School of Management invite business, financial and economic journalists from print and broadcast media to submit entries and nominations for the 2007 Gerald Loeb Awards for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism.
NEW YORK -- The New York Times Company has entered into an agreement to sell its Broadcast Media Group, consisting of nine network-affiliated television stations, their associated Web sites and the Digital Operating Center, to Oak Hill Capital Partners for $575 million.
UDcast is a leading provider of IP over broadcast media, focusing on IPTV to the mobile DVB-H solutions as well as satellite-aware enterprise networking solutions.
an innovative fabless semiconductor company supplying products to the mobile broadcast media market, announced today the closing of a $30 million Series C financing round led by new investor DAG Ventures.

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