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  1. si·mul·cast
    IPA[ˈsīməlˌkast]
  2. noun

    • 1. a simultaneous transmission of the same program on radio and television, or on two or more channels:

      a Radio1/BBC2 simulcast
    • 2. a live transmission of a public celebration or sports event:

      simulcasts of live races

    verb

    • 1. broadcast (a simulcast transmission):

      the show will be simulcast live to 201 countries
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: simulcast, plural noun: simulcasts

    • v.: verb: simulcast, 3rd person present: simulcasts, gerund or present participle: simulcasting, past tense: simulcasted, past participle: simulcasted

    • noun

      a simultaneous transmission of the same programme on radio and television, or on two or more channels:

      a live transmission of a public celebration or sports event:

    • verb

      broadcast (a simulcast transmission):
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