simulcast

[sahy-muhl-kast, ‐kahst, sim-uhl‐]
noun
1.
a program broadcast simultaneously on radio and television, or on more than one station, or in several languages, etc.
2.
a closed-circuit television broadcast of an event, as a horse race, while it is taking place.
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), simulcast, simulcasted, simulcasting.
3.
to broadcast in this manner.

Origin:
1945–50, Americanism; simul(taneous) + (broad)cast

broadcast, narrowcast, simulcast.
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simulcast (ˈsɪməlˌkɑːst)
 
vb
1.  (tr) to broadcast (a programme, etc) simultaneously on radio and television
 
n
2.  a programme, etc, so broadcast
 
[C20: from simul(taneous) + (broad)cast]

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simulcast
"to broadcast simultaneously on radio and television," 1948, formed from simul(taneous) + (broad)cast. The noun is first recorded 1949, from the verb.
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Example sentences
The venue has both simulcast and seasonal live games.
It features a grandstand, clubhouse and simulcast wagering as well as on-site
  video poker and slot machines.
Simulcast guests and satellite facilities shall receive all approved simulcast
  racing programs offered by simulcast hosts.
As a matter of fact, many bidders elect to be absent, tuning in via simulcast
  and speaker phone.
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