British term for the broadcast of the same program from multiple transmitters.
When a broadcaster joins another feed typically produced by a third-party supplier outside their facility either live or in a prerecorded format. For example, a press conference or event that is simultaneously joined by various non-related broadcasters.

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  • simulcast — sim|ul|cast [ˈsıməlka:st US ˈsaıməlkæst] v past tense and past participle simulcast [T usually passive] AmE [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: simultaneous + broadcast] to broadcast a programme on television and radio at the same time >simulcast n …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • simulcast — verb Etymology: simultaneous broadcast Date: 1948 intransitive verb to broadcast simultaneously (as by radio and television) transitive verb to broadcast (a program) by simulcasting • simulcast noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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