simulcast

[ sahy-muhl-kast, ‐kahst, sim-uhl‐ ]
/ ˈsaɪ məlˌkæst, ‐ˌkɑst, ˈsɪm əl‐ /

noun

a program broadcast simultaneously on radio and television, or on more than one station, or in several languages, etc.
a closed-circuit television broadcast of an event, as a horse race, while it is taking place.

verb (used with or without object), si·mul·cast, si·mul·cast·ed, si·mul·cast·ing.

to broadcast in this manner.

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Origin of simulcast

An Americanism dating back to 1945–50; simul(taneous) + (broad)cast

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH simulcast

broadcast, narrowcast, simulcast
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British Dictionary definitions for simulcast

simulcast
/ (ˈsɪməlˌkɑːst) /

verb

(tr) to broadcast (a programme, etc) simultaneously on radio and television

noun

a programme, etc, so broadcast

Word Origin for simulcast

C20: from simul (taneous) + (broad) cast
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