How to use Broadcasters in a sentence

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  • Leading academics and broadcasters answered these questions at a one day colloquium held at Queen Mary, University of London on 29 June 2006.

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  • For the last two years they seem to have disparate from the garden writers and broadcasters view.

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  • The Awards were presented to the broadcasters in Edinburgh by Kirsty Young and attended by leading figures from the broadcasting industry.

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  • The dilemma is that as broadcasters we do not want to appear heartless.

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  • Another veteran television journalist, Stephen Claypole, recalls how broadcasters have attempted to assert their freedom in militarily delicate situations.

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  • The point is that broadcasters are controlled by statute with the threat of fines and license revocation but they still make mistakes.

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  • Broadcasters -- particularly the BBC -- will always want to appear unbiased.

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  • We don't simply have more video screens; we now have an infinitude of broadcasters.

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  • Furthermore, there are laws regarding the broadcast of live sporting events that cause some events to be blacked out on national television in certain areas so that local broadcasters can get the viewers and advertising revenue.

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  • Until a marketing model emerges that allows broadcasters to charge people for live streaming Internet television, sports fans will either have to get cable or hoof it down to the local sports pub.

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  • The same year the Best Practices Guide for Broadcasters and Other Media Outlets was developed to assist all localities in setting up an Amber Alert notification plan.

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  • Enjoy a community of Christmas music online broadcasters at Live365.com.

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  • Enjoy a community of yoga music broadcasters at Live 365 Internet Radio.

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