outside broadcast


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outside broadcast

n
(Broadcasting) radio television a broadcast not made from a studio
Translations

outside broadcast

n (Radio, TV) → trasmissione f in esterni
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This document is a tender for outside broadcast technical facilities for the Glasgow centered events (excluding golf).
Those with tickets for the South and West Stand should continue to walk along The Leeway, passing the outside broadcast compound, before entering the Middlesbrough Football Club site.
Camera and microphone cables are routinely dragged around the studio floor, or literally pulled in over long distances on outside broadcasts.
An unidentified person threw stones at the outside broadcast vehicle, which was parked in front of Fox TV's Ankara bureau, shattering the glass of the vehicle.
Thanks to the acquisition, Outside Broadcast will be able to expand its product lineup and offer own studios to broadcasters and production houses.
With eight fully-equipped outside broadcast (OB) trucks operated by more than 200 specialists, LIVE has the exclusive rights to cover the 253 Pro League Committee (PLC) matches of the football per season over the coming three years.
Throughout the trade show, visitors were seen going in and out of MediaCorp's HDTV outside broadcast (OB) van to find out what equipment and solutions were installed inside.
Barcud Derwen boasts being the largest TV facilities company outside London, offering outside broadcast and post production services.
He thanked President Bakiev for the outside broadcast van provided last autumn.
Summary: Abu Dhabi Media Company, a diversified media and entertainment company, is the first media company in the region to take delivery of a fleet of outside broadcast (OB) vans which are able to broadcast live television using the newest state of the art High Definition technology.
A Midlands independent TV production company is to unveil a EUR1 million wireless outside broadcast truck that is tipped to cause a revolution in the coverage of live events.