broadcast area

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Noun1.broadcast area - the area over which a radio or tv transmission can be received
area, country - a particular geographical region of indefinite boundary (usually serving some special purpose or distinguished by its people or culture or geography); "it was a mountainous area"; "Bible country"
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Moving forward, stations may customize programming and deploy targeted advertising to a specific broadcast area.
The gantry is currently being dismantled to make way for a new and extended broadcast area running across the back of the entire stand.
It also has the capability to deliver messages and alerts from NDRRMC or Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) to visitors coming in from abroad and are located in the perimeter of the selected broadcast area where an emergency is imminent.
The channel said that within its broadcast area it was achieving an 8% audience reach and a 37% awareness level which equates to 481,000 people.
The channel, which can be found on Sky Guide 134, Freeview channel 23 and Virgin channel 159, said within its broadcast area it was achieving an 8% audience reach and a 37% awareness level, which equates to 481,000 people.
A " s a business we have made a significant investment in launching the two new stations and ensuring we still retain a strong visual presence in the heart of our broadcast area.
Mustard TV in Norwich put out research in June showing a fifth of viewers in the broadcast area had watched it in the preceding four weeks - some 96,000 people.
The other critical part of the installation is the termination in the outside broadcast area.
Pod-casts of each week's radio show is available for those who missed the show and want to listen again or live out of the broadcast area or want friends or family to have access to the program.
The remaining 24 minutes covers the entire Central broadcast area, including the East Midlands.
If, let's say, the Rangers were playing the Angels in Anaheim, then those within that regional broadcast area would be blacked out on MLB Extra Innings and MLB.
Even limited to the local broadcast area, the message reaches a relatively large portion of the available audience.

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