Definition of rebroadcast
1 : to broadcast again (a radio or television program being simultaneously received from another source)
2 : to repeat (a broadcast) at a later time
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NBC10 will rebroadcast the fireworks show and air select concert footage on Wednesday, July 5, and on Saturday, July 8 (7 p.m.) and Sunday, July 9 (6 p.m.).
The station seemed to have gone dark—but a PWE staffer, apparently unaware of the Chief’s demise, rebroadcasted the shootout a second time and perhaps spoiled the ruse.
Cardinal’s lawyers asked the court to bar the use of the name and logo by the team, by Major League Baseball and by Rogers Communications, which owns the Blue Jays and which was to rebroadcast the game in Canada.
Within the hour, CNN was rebroadcasting the footage.
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