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It plainly wants to compete aggressively like a commercial broadcaster - so the Government might as well now flog it to a real one. The Sun (2016)The series may also be sold to terrestrial commercial broadcasters. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Many people present thought he was dead and the radio broadcasters fuelled that belief back in his home town. Tibballs, Geoff Great Sporting Failures (1993)As far as the commercial broadcaster is concerned, the financial gravity of the scandal is only now apparent. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It is not clear who would end up running the enlarged commercial broadcaster, which is currently without a chief executive. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Various members took the slides, and the final narration was taped by another member who is a local radio broadcaster. Christianity Today (2000)The commercial broadcaster's core problem is its loss of viewers on ITV1. Times, Sunday Times (2006)In return, the commercial broadcaster has the choice of the semi-finals. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She's now a writer and broadcaster, reporting on disability. Times, Sunday Times (2012)ITV is Britain's leading commercial broadcaster. Times, Sunday Times (2006)MEDIA: Judges rejected requests by internet radio broadcasters to reconsider a ruling that increases the royalties that they pay to record companies and artists. Times, Sunday Times (2007)

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Translations for 'broadcaster'

British English: broadcaster NOUN
A broadcaster is someone who gives talks or takes part in interviews and discussions on radio or television programmes.
…a prominent naturalist and broadcaster.
  • American English: broadcaster
  • Brazilian Portuguese: comentarista
  • Chinese: 广播员
  • European Spanish: locutor
  • French: présentateur
  • German: Rundfunkpersönlichkeit {or} Fernsehpersönlichkeit
  • Italian: conduttore radiotelevisivo ({or} radiofonico)
  • Japanese: 放送者
  • Korean: 방송인
  • European Portuguese: locutor de rádio ou TV
  • Latin American Spanish: locutor

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Definition of broadcaster from the Collins English Dictionary
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