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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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Langkawi was chosen as the first zone in the country for the transition from analogue TV broadcast because the island has a robust digital TV ecosystem, where digital TV coverage is comprehensive.
With the market leader's latest broadcast system, teachers can deliver lesson content, administrators can give announcements, and students can preview and review class materials in a single class or selected group of classes.
BAT also adds a Select All button for broadcasts. It can select 500 contacts at a time.
As broadcast TV is a one-way signal, broadcasters will be able to enhance customer experience by combining ATSC 3.0 with mobile networks that support two-way data communication.
He said that the commission recently studied the contents of live broadcast of political rallies and discovered that politicians from the ruling party and the opposition were guilty of hate speech.
NTC made the initiative in anticipation of a surge in fly-by-night broadcast stations, mostly in the provinces, which have victimized election candidates before.
Pure Broadcast (ticker: PCST), a leading provider of mobile sports broadcast facilities, has announced it has successfully reached terms to acquire its first HD mobile broadcast unit, the company said.
Maryam Aurangzeb further said that broadcasting 10 percent quota of foreign material is allowed to broadcast but if Pakistani material is not broadcast in India then Indian material should also be not aired in Pakistan.
"ION emerges from the recent spectrum auction as the largest operator of full-power UHF broadcast spectrum in the U.S.
With a cumulative global TV audience of over 8 billion expected to tune in, there is a lot to deliver on the broadcast operation.
The governmental TV channels broadcasted for 17520 hours; while the private TV channels broadcasted for 8760 hours during 2014; according to the statistics issued by the National Centre for Statistics and Information (NCSI).
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