Broadcasts

Some articles on broadcasts, broadcast:

Evolution (Markus Schulz Radio Show) - Broadcasts
... Evolution is broadcast each Thursday at 8pm Eastern, on Area. ...
Andy Freed
... During baseball's offseason, Freed broadcasts college basketball games for ESPN Regional ... He also did radio broadcasts for Providence College basketball, Rider University basketball, College of New Jersey football, and Baltimore Spirit soccer ... Freed started his broadcast career at his alma mater, Towson State University, where he covered various sporting events for the university's radio station, WTMD ...
Don Wadewitz - Career - NRG/Media
... He is the studio host for the University of Wisconsin at Whitewater Warhawks football broadcasts and fills in on broadcasts of men's and women's basketball games for the Warhawks ... In March, 2012, he broadcast the Warhawks women's D3 NCAA first round tournament game against Carthage College at DePauw University ... In addition, Wadewitz broadcasts high school football, basketball, softball and baseball games on AM 940 WFAW and KOOL 106.5 FM ...
CBU (AM)
... CBU is a Canadian radio station, which broadcasts the programming of the CBC Radio One network in Vancouver, British Columbia ... The station broadcasts from Steveston on 690 AM and from Mount Seymour on 88.1 FM ... The station broadcasts from the CBC Regional Broadcast Centre on Hamilton Street in Downtown Vancouver ...
MV Ross Revenge - Present Day
... In August 2004, she was used for (legitimate) Radio Caroline broadcasts on 1278 kHz, while berthed on the River Thames at Tilbury ... As is usual with Restricted Service Licence broadcasts, transmission power was restricted to one watt ... Following broadcasts, she remained berthed at Tilbury, and restoration work continued on the studio, which was completely reconstructed ...

Famous quotes containing the word broadcasts:

    We spend all day broadcasting on the radio and TV telling people back home what’s happening here. And we learn what’s happening here by spending all day monitoring the radio and TV broadcasts from back home.
    —P.J. (Patrick Jake)

    Alexander Woollcott broadcasts the story of the wife who returned a dog to the Seeing Eye with this note attached: “I am sending the dog back. My husband used to depend on me. Now he is independent, and I never know where he is.”
    —For the State of New Jersey, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)