cablecasting

cablecasting

(ˈkeɪbəlˌkɑːstɪŋ)
adj
relating to broadcasting by cable
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The Sterling-Lancaster Community Television (SLCT) began cablecasting meetings of the Lancaster Board of Selectmen.
The urgency ordinance also deals with adult material recorded electronically or digitally, as well as transmitting the material through webcasting, cablecasting or other broadcasting.
Dash, once the marketing director for Digital Music Express (DME), a division of International Cablecasting Technologies states, "I started the company out of concern that general market companies would not take risks in marketing and financing technology services to the minority community.
Keystone announced on January 28, 2000 that it had licensed the cablecasting rights to the Disney Channel for distribution of ``The Duke'' in the US.
The group has begun selecting cablecasting equipment that will allow Lancaster residents to view selectmen's meetings shortly after they occur.
The urgency ordinance also includes language relating to electronically or digitally recorded adult material, and to transmitting the material through webcasting, cablecasting or other broadcast.
LOS ANGELES, May 8 /PRNewswire/ -- International Cablecasting Technologies Inc.
Tatta also helped pioneer the cablecasting of New York Knicks and Rangers games from Madison Square Garden in 1967, when Sterling Manhattan became the first cable television operator to win exclusive professional sports rights.
SLCT vice-president Chris Detsikas, of Lancaster, said three directors are "already learning how to operate the main cablecasting facility," currently located in the Butterick Municipal Building in Sterling.
The ordinance's language is being updated to include references to electronically or digitally recorded adult material, and to transmitting the material through webcasting, cablecasting or other broadcast.
Jim spent several years in investment banking prior to becoming president and later chairman of Cablecasting Limited, a major television company that he co-founded in 1969.