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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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Atlanta's premiere radio station, WSB, broadcast a live concert from the 81 Theater featuring vaudeville blues diva Bessie Smith in 1923; the Atlanta Constitution-owned station also aired weekend broadcasts showcasing the Morehouse College glee club, as well as local black church choirs, gospel quartets, and jubilee singing groups.
However those who created programs, and who defined the "quality" of national broadcasts came from distinctly middle-class backgrounds.
NEW YORK -- At the 2007 Digital Media Summit, the fusion of old and new media continued its momentum today as Internet Broadcasting, the nation's largest publisher of TV station web sites, and Pluck[TM] Corporation, a pioneer in social media technologies, announced that Internet Broadcasting has begun distributing blog content from the Pluck BlogBurst Syndication Network[TM] to its broadcast partner web sites.
Through its new Mediacast[TM] system, this latest release of a Penthera end-to-end broadcast software platform allows mobile operators to reliably tricklecast -- or broadcast over time -- files to their subscriber's mobile devices, for storage and later playout.
We are very pleased to work with Innoxius to showcase Penthera's revenue-rich mobile broadcast solution set," said Sam Leinhardt, CEO of Penthera Technologies, Inc.
Mobile broadcast evaluations today are less about technology and more about working through the business case details, range of revenue-bearing services, breadth of platform support, and vendor interoperability," said Sam Leinhardt, CEO of Penthera.
The DVB-H CBMS standard provides a structure for mobile broadcast service parameters such as video encoding, audio encoding, access and content protection, and file/mediacast transport protocols.
The integration of Digital Fountain's FEC technology with mobile broadcast has significant commercial implications for broadcasters and operators alike, enabling them to sell new services and applications to mobile device users," said Sam Leinhardt, CEO of Penthera.
Current and future deployments of mobile TV broadcast networks are presented.
Modeo is developing a world-class, mobile broadcast service that seeks to create unique value for content providers, operators, MVNOs, and retailers who want to address the millions of U.
Adding Panasonic broadcast products is a strong addition to the Trock Media Solutions line-up.