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broadcaster

[brawd-kas-ter, -kah-ster] /ˈbrɔdˌkæs tər, -ˌkɑ stər/
noun
1.
a person or thing that broadcasts.
2.
a person or organization, as a network or station, that broadcasts radio or television programs.
Origin of broadcaster
1920-1925
1920-25; broadcast + -er1
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  • The rails themselves act as antenna for the broadcaster, and the rat's tail is the pickup antenna.

    Anything You Can Do Gordon Randall Garrett
  • Every broadcaster of the enemy subs was trying to talk to every other.

  • Those old steel rails themselves act as antennas for the broadcaster, and the rat's tail is the pickup antenna.

    Anything You Can Do ... Gordon Randall Garrett
  • Leach was a regular writer and broadcaster on natural history subjects and introduced it into the school curriculum.

    An Australian Bird Book John Albert Leach
  • The broadcaster only had a very short range, so the source couldn't be too far away.

    The Measure of a Man Randall Garrett

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