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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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.
Under the measure, all broadcast media are required to provide public service time of at least two minutes per hour to enable the government promote the efficiency of public service and the principles of good governance.
Broadcast media shall elect the subject matter to be featured in a given time.
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.
Taylor Crandall, a managing partner of Oak Hill Capital Partners, said, "The New York Times Company Broadcast Media Group is one of the industry's most admired franchises because of its heritage television stations, its commitment to quality news and serving the local community, and its outstanding employees.
The stations that comprise the Broadcast Media Group are:
Last year, the Broadcast Media Group accounted for approximately 4% of the Company's total revenues.
Podcasting and personal media broadcasting are about freedom of expression and opening the limited world of broadcast media to all.
today announced that it is the first company to offer broadcasters a complete suite of broadcast media coding and transcoding solutions for file-based environments.
has turned to the ad agency that helped make its Grey Goose Vodka so wildly popular by having it launch a memorable broadcast media campaign for its premium tequila brand, Corazon de Agave.
The $3 million broadcast media campaign begins airing this week on a number of national cable outlets, including Comedy Central, Spike TV, TBS and the Fox Network's FX.

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