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v. tel·e·cast or tel·e·cast·ed, tel·e·cast·ing, tel·e·casts
To broadcast a television program.
To broadcast (a program) by television.
A television broadcast.

tel′e·cast′er n.
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Noun1.telecaster - a television broadcaster
broadcaster - someone who broadcasts on radio or television


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I wish I could give you a great rock 'n' roll story about that time I tried to decapitate him with a Fender Telecaster, but there's no bad blood.
Alex said of Nick's departure: "I wish I could give you a great rock 'n' roll story about that time I tried to decapitate him with a Fender Telecaster but there's no bad blood.
Wilko, fresh from gaining an English degree at Newcastle university, even copied Green's orthodox approach by playing his Fender Telecaster guitar in right-hand mode despite being left-handed.
Composer and lyricist Susan Werner, making her musical-theatre debut, tapped into the show's sultry Southern energy in three ways, she says: "Drinking good bourbon, reading Tennessee Williams and writing with my Fender Telecaster.
And that CV is coming along very nicely, already incorporating jam sessions with Joe Bonamassa on two of his tours, a spot alongside the likes of Jeff Beck, Keith Richards and Albert Lee celebrating 60 years of the Fender Telecaster - and a T 15-minute cover of Robin Trower's Daydream on the Paul Jones Blues Show that currently stands as the longest track ever played on Radio 2.
In addition to Springsteen wailing on the Fender telecaster like he was a guitar god, you had Jake Clemons channeling the classic sax licks of Clarence "Big Man'' Clemons, his late uncle.
She performs on a 2000 Special Edition Fender Telecaster with custom double Humbucker pickups and when times require an unplugged sound, her acoustic is a Fender as well.
A day of jamming with Stevie Ray Vaughan and BB King, a 1952 Fender Telecaster and Justin Bieber''s retirement from music/life in the public eye.
Stepping out from behind the microphone, he prowled and growled across the stage with his trademark swagger firing his Fender Telecaster at us with chords through the heart.
A song by American country singer Merle Haggard, who together with his band, The Strangers, helped create the Bakersfield sound characterised by the unique twang of Fender Telecaster and the unique mix with traditional country steel guitar sound.
His rehabilitation apparently consists of sitting on Saari's coping and perpetually playing his Fender Telecaster through an amp that he "traded a couple pairs of pants for.
Working out of a workshop in California, he and his small team began building guitars and came up with the Fender Telecaster, the first solid body guitar.