- to broadcast again from the same station.
- to relay (a radio or television program, speech, etc., received from another station).
- a program that is rebroadcast.
Origin of rebroadcast
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Examples from the Web for rebroadcast
Many radio stations around the world will rebroadcast the original play this Halloween eve.When Mars Attacked 75 Years Ago—And Everyone Believed It
October 29, 2013
Your best bet is to DVR the 11 p.m. rebroadcast and watch it after you finish Good Wife.‘Breaking Bad’ Finale, ‘Homeland’ Premiere: How to Survive DVRmageddon
September 29, 2013
She was watching a rebroadcast with her father when Barrett brought up the attack ad.Wisconsin Political Attack Ad Forces Mom to Re-Live Anguish Over Murdered Son
June 8, 2012
The next day they found the relay station which rebroadcast signals from the buried aerial—or wouldn't one say, sub-terrial?The Cosmic Computer
Henry Beam Piper
Dabney was to take a bow on the rebroadcast, too—very much the dignified and aloof scientist.Operation: Outer Space
William Fitzgerald Jenkins
Word Origin and History for rebroadcast
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper