Rediffusion


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Rediffusion

(ˌriːdɪˈfjuːʒən)
n
(Broadcasting) trademark Brit a system by which radio or television programmes are relayed to subscribers from a receiver via cables
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Noun1.Rediffusion - a system for distributing radio or tv programs
broadcasting - taking part in a radio or tv program
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
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After leaving school he served in the Royal Artillery before working at Burgess Motors and Rediffusion in Stafford.
I remember vividly that there was a wired radio network called Rediffusion before the great Chief Obafemi Awolowo, the founder of the Nigerian Tribune, started WNTV 'First in Africa' in 1959 and WNBS, the first commercial radio station in1960.
Le juge d'instruction du dixieme bureau du tribunal de premiere instance de Tunis a rendu jeudi deux decisions interdisant l'emission televisee " les quatre verites " de Hamza Belloumi, sur la chaine privee Al Hiwar Attounissi, portant sur la mort de plusieurs nouveau-nes dans a la maternite de la Rabta et la rediffusion du programme "50-50" de la chaine privee "Carthage +" sur la meme affaire.
The film Desh Ke Truck has been conceptualized by Rediffusion and executed by Old School Films.
John Geraint, who was involved with the first pop-up station in Tonypandy, remembers the buzz: "In those days everyone in the Rhondda got their radio from Rediffusion, a cable system that was piped into your home.
Founded as a corporation in 1960, the network was owned and operated by Rediffusion London until 1968 when its management was passed on to the Government of Liberia.
Butler was born into the Lambert & Butler tobacco dynasty based in London but eschewed the trade and started work as the manager of outside broadcasts for Rediffusion, pushing racing whenever given a chance in the 1950s.
Do Not Adjust Your Set was conceived by ITV / Rediffusion as a show for children, but its satirical sketches and surreal, anarchic approach made it appeal to a far wider audience.
So, during any normal week you'd expect to see: the postman, the coal man, the electric man, the Rediffusion man, the gas man, the rag man, the insurance man, the rent man, the pop man, the tatie lads, the lollipop woman, the Avon woman and - if you were naughty - the school board man!
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Bedi Sohal was previously CCO Y&R Singapore since June 2015, having moved there from India where she spent two years with Rediffusion Y&R.
She ( Radia) had been replaced by Arun Nanda ( Rediffusion Edelman) who had been brought in by Ratan Tata at a cost of Rs 60 crore per year for PR support just prior to Mistry taking charge, his office said in the statement.