nonbroadcast

nonbroadcast

(ˌnɒnˈbrɔːdˌkɑːst)
adj
not broadcast to a wide audience, supplied on a hidden or private network
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In the early 1980s, most cable packages offered the local broadcast stations and a handful of nonbroadcast networks.
The paper studied four categories of advertising-supported media: (1) print newspapers or magazines, (2) broadcast television or radio, (3) cable and other nonbroadcast television or radio, and (4) online media.
6 million people registered with us, so that's one in three of the adult population of Scotland registered directly with STV in order that they can gain access to our nonbroadcast services.
72% of respondents have considered eliminating certain broadcast and/or nonbroadcast programming and/or refrained from entering a market altogether as a result of rising programming costs.
We focus on being a nonbroadcast event, and on elevating the nominees and celebrating films that a lot of people have never heard about.
When I wish to stress that public-service organizations are providing services on nonbroadcast platforms, I use the term public-service media (PSM).
The audiovisual material produced is transmitted on the national broadcasting network and nonbroadcast media is used for small group instruction and individual study.
1997: Further analysis of the 1995 AMS private sector survey: A comparison of the broadcast and nonbroadcast communities.
The report into the Savile nonbroadcast "blew PS2million", according to Jeremy Paxman.
Now that nine out of 10 households are served by cable, satellite, or fiber-optic TV and children commonly watch video from nonbroadcast sources, it is hard to make that argument with a straight face.
distinction between broadcast and nonbroadcast media, and Justice