Broadcaster


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Broadcaster

1. An announcer on radio or television.

2. An advertiser on radio or television.

3. The owner of a radio or television station.
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Pemra had emphasised that the regulatory decision to not allow a broadcaster from owning and controlling one-third or more of the DTH distribution market was a reasonable decision that required no detailed setting of standards or empirical data collection.
as a refugee since January last year, when the Trump administration was launched, the broadcaster said.
The Federal Communications Commission unanimously approved new rules for granting television and radio broadcasters authority to exceed the 25% benchmark for foreign ownership and control of broadcast licensees.
Channel-in-a-box enables broadcasters to automate playout, including video ingest, inserting adverts or graphics, and playing out content on a set schedule.
Aereo's innovation - and what it says distinguishes its operation from its predecessors - is that it uses tiny copper antennas to collect and retransmit broadcasters' signals over the Internet to individual subscribers.
CEO/Farm Broadcaster: John Jenkinson (john@theagnetwork.com)
More and more broadcasters have begun to see the potential in delivering content to OTT set-top-boxes and smart TVs, and as the content available on these devices has begun to increase both in size and diversity, the rate at which consumers are adopting them has grown significantly in recent years.
So far in 2012, broadcaster action against video providers at the FCC has principally involved allegations that a video provider: (i) did not obtain retransmission consent, and thus illegally carried the broadcaster's signal; or (ii) has not negotiated in good faith.
On the death anniversary, "Qul" was arranged for the departed soul of this much-loved broadcaster and staunch disciple of Shah Latif.
The Livestream Broadcaster, affordably priced at $495, is fully integrated with the New Livestream Platform, which offers the industry's first unlimited, ad-free, HD streaming for a flat rate of $45/month.
"We are honored to receive Broadcast Engineering's Pick Hit Award for the Livestream Broadcaster. At Livestream, our mission is to get every event in the world live streamed to any device.
Industry sources said that the decisions were stilted overwhelmingly in favor of the public broadcaster. Not just are they aiming to gobble up a larger share of the revenue pie, it can choose the matches it broadcasts, while all the investments and business risks are being borne by the private broadcasters.

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