Broadcasting is a method of transmitting signals such as radio or television programs to a relatively large group of recipients ("listeners" or "viewers"). This group may be the public in general or a selected audience within the general public. For example, an Internet channel may distribute text or music worldwide, while a public address system may broadcast very limited "ad hoc" soundbites to a small population within its range.
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This category has the following 29 subcategories, out of 29 total.
- ► Audience measurement (1 C, 25 P)
- ► Digital broadcasting (3 C, 12 P)
- ► Broadcast engineering (11 C, 283 P)
- ► History of broadcasting (5 C, 19 P)
- ► Broadcast journalism (6 C, 17 P)
- ► Broadcasting occupations (3 C, 45 P)
- ► Public broadcasting (6 C, 11 P)
- ► Broadcasting schools (11 P)
- ► Broadcasting websites (2 C, 12 P)
- ► Broadcasting stubs (8 C, 79 P)
Pages in category "Broadcasting"
The following 91 pages are in this category, out of 91 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
- Backhaul (broadcasting)
- Blackout (broadcasting)
- Block programming
- Broadcast and Multicast Service
- Broadcast automation
- Broadcast call signs
- Broadcast designer
- Broadcast license
- Broadcast/Multicast Control
- Broadcast reference monitor
- Broadcast relay station
- Bumper (broadcasting)
- Bumper music
- Business audio