as-live

Related to as-live: Xbox LIVE

as-live

adj, adv
(Broadcasting) (of a performance for a television programme) performed as though live but broadcast after a short delay to allow for the editing of mistakes, bad language, etc
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I then scroll down to the start of the commentary and relive it, furlong by furlong, in the most low-tech, as-live experience imaginable.
Recorded live, or as-live, it is an attempt at a British version of Saturday Night Live or The Daily Show and involves the team behind satirical site The Daily Mash.
Siers joins TSL Products from Discovery Communications, where he spent eight years as a Director/Producer of live production and custom content, including live and as-live multi-camera broadcast television, events and webcasts.
Eaton will be showcasing its products through an experience centre that aims to highlight our services in an as-live working environment.
The captions will be delivered as an as-live service to ensure the news is as current and up-to-date as possible.
Video is an essential element of the intensive, as-live part of the programme, allowing participants to replay their performances and improve the next time.
TSA will lead the Asia-Pacific regional distribution of content from the world's premier sailing series, adding 16 broadcasters to the list of outlets taking a combination of live, as-live and highlights packages.
The as-live coverage (the whole match is broadcast after being played at 3pm) comes from Pittodrie Stadium as Aberdeen face St Johnstone.
S4C also gives us European football, French rugby, live FA Cup games and as-live Welsh internationals - all for free.
This is the first of over 300 live and as-live NHL games to feature on ESPN's UK television channels during the 2009/10 season, including the four-game CompuWare NHL Premiere games in Stockholm and Helsinki.
As-live coverage from this evening's La Liga match at the Nou Camp, where the hosts are hoping to maintain their winning home record this season.