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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“GMPCS is a leader in broadcast media solutions via satellite and we enjoy a strong working relationship with Inmarsat.
Canada's Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium, which is a partnership between media conglomerates CTV and Rogers Media, will provide unprecedented coverage and consumer in English, French and multi-languages on multiple platforms.
Canadian communication company Bell has signed an agreement with Canada's Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium that will give Bell customers unprecedented access to Olympic Games content on both Bell Mobility and Bell TV.
The broadcast media evolution from simply being a propaganda tool of 'Your Excellency TV', with constant uncritical coverage of incompetent leaders, demonstrates clearly how this industry is beginning to reflect the modern face of Africa.
2008 issue that Diane Rehm "gives equal time to all sides of an issue and both sides of the aisle" when newspapers she reads and the broadcast media she watches and listens to all have clearly liberal views with an extreme left-wing bias?
A consumer simply saves a file to a PC folder, the channel automatically updates, and channel subscribers just click to view the broadcast media.
The result is that in the print and broadcast media, and fact-based websites as well, even having no reputation is better than possessing one that stinks.
ALL broadcast media should realise the part they are playing in global warming.
The improved customer service has been reported in local print and broadcast media.
To the major print and broadcast media, which are notoriously pro-abortion, the pro-life marches were non-events.
While Middle East media has progressed significantly over the past five years or so, with online media coming to fruition and a range of satellite broadcast media as powerful and prevalent as their global counterparts tackling subjects that previously would have been taboo, it remains a highly self-censored and still relatively immature industry.
Chapters are grouped into divisions: Sport language; Historical perspectives; Print media representations; Broadcast media representations; Visual media representations; and classic case studies.

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