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To broadcast or be broadcast on television or radio - thesaurus

Synonyms

broadcast

verb

to send out messages or programmes to be received by radios or televisions

report

verb

to give information about something in a news article or broadcast

give out

British used about news and other information that is broadcast

come on

to start to be broadcast

transmit

verb

to send out an electronic signal such as a radio or television signal

televise

verb

to broadcast something on television

run

verb

if a play, film, or television programme runs, it continues to be performed or shown

break

verb

to publish or broadcast a news story for the first time

show

verb

if someone shows a film or a television programme, or if it is showing, people can see it

screen

verb

mainly journalism to broadcast a television programme, or to show a film

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air

verb

to broadcast something on radio or television

airing

noun

an occasion when a television or radio programme is broadcast

airplay

noun

the number of times a piece of music is played on the radio

air time

noun

the amount of time given to someone or something in a radio or television broadcast

beam

verb

to send radio signals or television pictures through the air using electronic equipment

broadcast

noun

the process or action of broadcasting a programme

carry

verb

to publish or broadcast a news story

close down

British to stop broadcasting at the end of a day’s television or radio programmes

come on

to appear on television, or to be heard on the radio

commentate

verb

to give a description of an event or sports competition on television or radio as it happens

get on

to put someone on a television or radio programme

go out

to be broadcast on the radio or television

go over to

to change to a report or broadcast from a different place

narrowcast

verb

to make a television or radio programme available to a particular group of people only, for example people who have cable television

network

verb

if a television or radio programme is networked, it is broadcast by all the companies in a network at the same time

on

adverb

being broadcast by radio or television

on television

broadcast as a television programme

put out

to broadcast a programme on television or radio

reach

verb

if something such as a programme or message reaches people, they see it or hear it

relay

verb

to receive and then broadcast television or radio signals

repeat

verb

to broadcast a television or radio programme again

rerun

verb

to show a programme on television again

run

noun

a period of time when a play or television programme is performed or shown regularly

running order

noun

British the order of the different parts of an event or a television programme

scoop

verb

informal to publish or broadcast an exciting or important news story before anyone else does

screening

noun

an occasion when a film is shown or a television programme is broadcast

serialise

a British spelling of serialize

serialize

verb

to broadcast or publish a story in a series of separate parts

show

verb

to give information that you can see in a film or on television

showing

noun

an occasion when something such as a film or television programme is shown

sign off

to end a broadcast on television or radio

simulcast

verb

to broadcast a programme on more than one medium at the same time, or on two or more stations or channels at the same time. For example a programme could be broadcast at the same time on two different radio stations, or online and on television

vodcast

verb

to make videos and broadcast them over the internet for people to download

vodcasting

noun

the making and broadcasting of videos over the internet for people to stream or download

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