cablecasting

cablecasting

(ˈkeɪbəlˌkɑːstɪŋ)
adj
relating to broadcasting by cable
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Tenders are invited for design, installation, testing and training on a master control system to allow for efficient hd cablecasting the city~s peg channel, comcast government access channel 8.
The deal came together in earnest inside of two weeks, with negotiations going on even as Roberts attended the opening ceremonies of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, which NBCU is broadcasting, cablecasting and streaming.
The news media generally have become so obsessed with publishing, broadcasting or cablecasting the verbal missteps of celebrities and political figures that one begins to wonder what important news is being missed.
The Sterling-Lancaster Community Television (SLCT) began cablecasting meetings of the Lancaster Board of Selectmen.
To VideoAge, television is more than an industry; it is a universe of stars (vice-presidents) superstars (CEOs) and quasars (chairmen) from the worlds of politics, regulations, sociology, psychology, finance, production, distribution, ratings, broadcasting, cablecasting, satellite, IPTV, piracy, new technology, etc.
The urgency ordinance also deals with adult material recorded electronically or digitally, as well as transmitting the material through webcasting, cablecasting or other broadcasting.
Dash, once the marketing director for Digital Music Express (DME), a division of International Cablecasting Technologies states, "I started the company out of concern that general market companies would not take risks in marketing and financing technology services to the minority community.
The purpose of cablecasting city council meetings is to improve communication with the community.
In addition, the project team met with PTA groups and produced a project documentary for cablecasting and school use.
Broadcasting & Cablecasting Yearbook 1987, Broadcast Publications, Inc.
The same fear of monopoly, this time for cable TV stations, led Congress two years ago to impose the "must carry" rule to assure the survival of over-the-air TV in an era increasingly dominated by cablecasting.
The group has begun selecting cablecasting equipment that will allow Lancaster residents to view selectmen's meetings shortly after they occur.