Examples of simulcast in a Sentence
The network will simulcast the game on its radio and television stations.
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As part of the Bellatro deal, Viacom will put a minimum of seven live Bellator fights on DAZN and will also simulcast the 15 fights that air live on Paramount Network each year.
Without some sort of subsidy, Gural said, the track could be forced to just offer sports betting and simulcasting.
SiriusXM, a subscription satellite radio and online streaming service, will simulcast the audio of Fox’s TV broadcasts.
The two stations will simulcast the John Granato-Lance Zierlein show from 7-9 a.m., Charlie Pallilo from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. and Fred Faour-A.J. Hoffman from 4-7 p.m., Gow said.
The 97-acre site offers slots and electronic table games, dining and entertainment and live and simulcast horse racing.
So during the long Sicilian summer, the theater put up a giant screen on the piazza outside, simulcasting performances for €1 a seat.
The party will include food, wine, race-day drinks, raffle prizes, a silent auction and the horse race simulcast live from Churchill Downs on the big screen.
BBC America BBC America has announced plans to simulcast BBC One’s coverage of the wedding, though exact timing has yet to be announced.
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SIMULCAST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of simulcast for English Language Learners
: to broadcast (a program) by radio and television at the same time
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