sportscast

noun
sports·​cast | \ ˈspȯrts-ˌkast How to pronounce sportscast (audio) \

Definition of sportscast

: a radio or television broadcast of a sports event or of information about sports

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Other Words from sportscast

sportscaster \ ˈspȯrts-​ˌka-​stər How to pronounce sportscast (audio) \ noun

Examples of sportscast in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web In the absence of new Nolan Arenado home runs, the coolest highlight of any recent sportscast was a wagging tail that motored through a recent Zoom interview Spencer did with Rockies infielder Ryan McMahon. Mark Kiszla, The Denver Post, "Kiszla: In a spring without sports, who are real MVPs in stay-at-home lives of athletes and fans alike? Dogs, bruh.," 14 Apr. 2020 This will also work for live audio programs like sportscasts, so subscribers could listen to the radio broadcast of a baseball game using the At Bat watchOS app. Ars Staff, Ars Technica, "Dealmaster: More Black Friday deals are now live, including AirPods for $129 [Update]," 28 Nov. 2019 Lynchie’’ to just about anyone familiar with the Boston sports scene over the last thirty-something years, will anchor his final sportscast on the 11 p.m. news Thursday before transitioning into a correspondent role. Chad Finn, BostonGlobe.com, "After 37 years, Mike Lynch is signing off at Channel 5," 15 Aug. 2019 The elder Fouts had logged two decades calling San Francisco 49ers TV and radio games when the team joined the NFL in 1950 and was a legendary Bay Area broadcaster whose work included college basketball, the NBA and local TV sportscasts. Tom Hoffarth, Los Angeles Times, "Dan Fouts mourns the death of his dad, Bob, a renowned broadcaster in his own right," 4 Aug. 2019 According to his social-media posts, Walker's full-time career in television journalism began in the 1990s, when a then 19-year-old Walker began anchoring a regular sportscast in Hattiesburg, Miss. Laura Mcknight, NOLA.com, "Scott Walker to sign off WDSU in late July, begin new ventures," 4 June 2018 Somers attended San Francisco State and UC Berkeley, then did talk shows on KABL and KNEW and anchored sportscasts on KPIX. Ben Fong-torres, San Francisco Chronicle, "Sports radio talkers snubbed in trade publication’s ‘Heavy 100’ rankings," 6 June 2018 Here are 41 references to Seinfeld in one local sportscastBravo, WHAS11’s Adam Lefkoe in 2013. Charles Curtis, For The Win, "12 times 'Seinfeld' made its way into the real sports world," 10 May 2018 McIlvoy and Garvin acknowledged on camera that the final play took place off camera, and Channel 2 aired the play during its sportscast about 20 minutes later. Dave Clark, Cincinnati.com, "Houston viewers missed J.J. Watt flattening Russell Bodine on Bengals-Texans final play," 15 Sep. 2017

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First Known Use of sportscast

1930, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for sportscast

sport + broadcast

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“Sportscast.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/sportscast. Accessed 8 Mar. 2021.

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sportscast

noun

English Language Learners Definition of sportscast

US : a television or radio broadcast of a sports event or of news about sports

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