• WordNet 3.6
    • n broadcaster a mechanical device for scattering something (seed or fertilizer or sand etc.) in all directions
    • n broadcaster someone who broadcasts on radio or television
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  • George F. Will
    “Ronald Reagan has held the two most demeaning jobs in the country; President of the United States and radio broadcaster for the Chicago Cubs.”
  • Source Unknown
    Source Unknown
    “Opportunities are often missed because we are broadcasting when we should be listening.”
  • Milan Kundera
    “Listening to a news broadcast is like smoking a cigarette and crushing the butt in the ashtray.”


In literature:

Saturday the boys were busier than ever, and they spread broadcast the announcement of a regular "ice-carnival" for that evening.
"The Corner House Girls at School" by Grace Brooks Hill
They found themselves handing change out into space, and sowing sweets broadcast among the crowd.
"The Cock-House at Fellsgarth" by Talbot Baines Reed
I'll broadcast you on that wave, so that every general-wave speaker on the planet will be energized.
"Skylark Three" by Edward Elmer Smith
I don't mind if I scatter it broadcast wherever I go.
"A Houseful of Girls" by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
At the time of its delivery it was taken down and published broadcast in the papers of the day.
"Our American Holidays: Lincoln's Birthday" by Various
It is stupid to sow the Cross broadcast in that fashion.
"The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Vol. 1 (of 8)" by Guy de Maupassant
Miraculous cures were heralded broadcast.
"Civics and Health" by William H. Allen
Maida's voice, futilely attempting to broadcast over the uproar.
"Tarrano the Conqueror" by Raymond King Cummings
Sow thinly, broadcast, or in shallow drills eight inches apart.
"The Field and Garden Vegetables of America" by Fearing Burr
In Petrograd anti-Jewish posters, signed by a "Kamorra of the People's Revenge," were spread broadcast.
"The Jew and American Ideals" by John Spargo

In poetry:

Yet does every crystal of the snow
Individualize, a seedling sown
Broadcast, but instinct with power to grow
Beautiful in beauty of its own.
"Snow" by John Davidson
I shouted, but he could not hear;
Made signs, but these he could not see;
And still, without a doubt or fear,
Broadcast he scattered anarchy.
"The Sower" by James Russell Lowell
Look up! Yon field of blue
Broadcast with worlds is sown.
Use within use! Look up, O Man, and own
Vast worlds are also light and spiritual thought for you.
"Song The Sixth" by Thomas Aird
"A modern Theatre, as I heard you say,
Sows seeds of evil broadcast - well it may;
But let me ask you, my respected son,
Pray, have you ever ventured into one?"
"The Reverend Micah Sowls" by William Schwenck Gilbert
Just after your teas we've a talk upon bees
By the biggest bee expert in Britain;
He's been stung twice-today-just where I can't say,
But to broadcast he's standing, not sitting!
"The Broadcaster" by Billy Bennett
‘Only just one plane lost” – the suave announcer
broadcasts the news of the successful raid;
and the lone mother knitting by the hearthstone
Trembles, afraid,
As in her anguished sight
In flame a bomber crashes through the night.
"Nine O’clock News" by Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

In news:

As diverse as the music scene is in Los Angeles, all the more interesting it makes for my day here in Studio G at the Mohn Broadcast Center.
Last Saturday, I got to broadcast live from Cates Farm and Corn Maze.
Hatton reports from China and contributes to CBS News broadcasts across the division.
One effect is the slashing of expenditure budgets by the larger manufacturers of broadcast equipment.
INTERVIEWS Why Animal Collective Broadcast ' Centipede Hz' Early.
" Chad has decided that as of tomorrow (Sunday), Chevron and Petronas must leave Chad because they have refused to pay their taxes," Deby said in a message broadcast on state-run radio.
1939 – The first televised Major League Baseball game is broadcast (More info).
Originally broadcast June 19, 2009.
Every president from Herbert Hoover through George H W. Bush spoke to a convention or other large gathering of the National Association of Broadcasters, or its predecessor National Association of Radio Broadcasters.
DB Digital Broadcasting has released its third quarter report for the digital broadcasting DAB radio trial in Ireland, reflecting data from three months of the on-air trial.
ATG Broadcast, a European broadcast system integrator, has been awarded a contract to upgrade two video dubbing suites for BBC Post Production at Television Centre in Wood Lane, west London.
Several broadcasters around the world as well as hundreds of US stations relied upon TVU Networks TVUPack 3G/4G mobile uplink systems to broadcast live results of the US local, national and presidential elections Nov 6.
Evolution Broadcast's new Nexus broadcast production control system is a fully functioning production control room, directly mounted in a flyaway configuration.
In February 2011, Mitch became the first and only broadcast meteorologist in Alaska to be designated as a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM).
Australian free-to-air commercial broadcaster Seven Network has acquired a Quantel Newsbox HD integrated news production system for its Canberra Parliament House broadcasting operation.

In science:

WMR1 can use the feedback packets broadcast by another fixed node, say WMR2, to M.
Rapid Prototyping over IEEE 802.11
Thus the only requirement to implement this algorithm is to be able to receive and broadcast packets.
Rapid Prototyping over IEEE 802.11
Flooding can be implemented simply by using the Prawn Receive() and Prawn Send Broadcast() functions.
Rapid Prototyping over IEEE 802.11
Using network coding, instead of sending separate packets to A and B, node C combines (e.g., using the XOR function) both packets received from A and B, and broadcasts the encoded packet.
Rapid Prototyping over IEEE 802.11
If the two stored packets are not received from the same node, then they are XORed and broadcast.
Rapid Prototyping over IEEE 802.11