telecast

[tel-i-kast, -kahst]
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), telecast or telecasted, telecasting.
noun

Origin:
1935–40; tele(vision) + (broad)cast

telecaster, noun
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telecast (ˈtɛlɪˌkɑːst)
 
vb , -casts, -casting, -cast, -casted
1.  to broadcast (a programme) by television
 
n
2.  a television broadcast
 
'telecaster
 
n

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telecast
1937, from tele(vision) + (broad)cast. The verb is recorded from 1940.
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Example sentences
Use this form to apply to hold a boxing, wrestling, martial arts or closed circuit telecast events.
The launch was telecast to colleges and universities nationwide.
If a telecast is used, cluster leaders and cluster members should view the telecast together.
Among conclusions noted is that cable operators are willing to telecast but reluctant to produce programs for the deaf.
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