broadcaster

[brawd-kas-ter, -kah-ster]
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:
1920–25; broadcast + -er1

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broadcast (ˈbrɔːdˌkɑːst)
 
vb , -casts, -casting, -cast, -casted
1.  to transmit (announcements or programmes) on radio or television
2.  (intr) to take part in a radio or television programme
3.  (tr) to make widely known throughout an area: to broadcast news
4.  (tr) to scatter (seed, etc) over an area, esp by hand
 
n
5.  a.  a transmission or programme on radio or television
 b.  (as modifier): a broadcast signal
6.  a.  the act of scattering seeds
 b.  (as modifier): the broadcast method of sowing
 
adj
7.  dispersed over a wide area: broadcast seeds
 
adv
8.  far and wide: seeds to be sown broadcast
 
'broadcaster
 
n
 
'broadcasting
 
n

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Example sentences
As long as it was the only broadcaster in the country, it could do as it liked,
  without giving any thought to the audience.
He was also a magazine editor and a lecturer and broadcaster.
Then he got a broadcaster's license, a job at a local radio station, and his
  own radio show.
The bull's-eyes usually contain a sponsor or broadcaster logo, but this time
  there were no takers.
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