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simulcast

verb si·mul·cast \ˈsī-məl-ˌkast also ˈsi-\

: to broadcast (a program) by radio and television at the same time

Full Definition of SIMULCAST

intransitive verb
:  to broadcast simultaneously (as by radio and television)
transitive verb
:  to broadcast (a program) by simulcasting
simulcast noun

Examples of SIMULCAST

  1. The network will simulcast the game on its radio and television stations.

Origin of SIMULCAST

simultaneous broadcast
First Known Use: 1948

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