Television or radio stations linked together for transmitting identical programs simultaneously. Refers also to the facility by which programs may be retransmitted by other TV regions, and thus similar to syndicated press features.
A set consisting of: (a) stations for which geometric relationships have been determined and which are so related that removal of one station from the set will affect the relationships (distances, directions, coordinates, etc.) between the other stations; and (b) lines connecting the stations to show this interdependence.
A collection of radio or television stations that offer programs, usually simultaneously, throughout the country, during designated program times.
chain of broadcast or radio stations controlled and operated as a unit, often using the same editorial material
A group of broadcast or radio stations operating as a unit; network affiliates often will use the same editorial material.
Group of radio or television outlets linked by cable or microwave that transmit identical programs simultaneously, or the company that produces programs for them. The three national commercial television networks in the U.S. are the American Broadcasting Company, the Columbia Broadcasting Company and the National Broadcasting Company.
In television or radio, a group of stations associated for the purposes of airing programs simultaneously.
transmission systems and, where applicable switching equipment and other resources that enable signals to move between termination points by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic means.
In broadcasting, a company that distributes programs simultaneously to television stations that agree to carry a substantial amount of its material on an ongoing basis. Typically, a network provides a regular schedule of programming materials to its affiliate stations for broadcast.
The Network enables us to send and receive mobile calls as it consists of a series of antenna which connect with the local phone Network through signals when a call is made. Our Network is broken up into geographical regions, which are referred to as cells, and each cell is equipped with an antenna called a base station.
A network is a logical subset of the base stations in a cellular system, as identified by a SID. The network is identified by a unique (SID, NID) pair. A network can be as small or as large as needed, but must be totally contained within a single system.
A system which distributes programming to multiple stations simultaneously, or slightly delayed, for the purpose of extending total broadcast coverage beyond the limits of a single radio or television signal.
Queensland's rail system, including all main railway lines, marshalling yards, bulk loading and unloading points and passenger stations.
means transmission systems, switching or routing equipment and other resources which permit the conveyance of signals by wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic means, including satellite networks, fixed (circuit- and packet-switched, including Internet) and mobile terrestrial networks, electricity cable systems (for the purpose of transmitting signals), networks used for radio and television broadcasting, and cable TV networks, irrespective of the type of information conveyed.
a chain of many stations owned and operated by a parent company (CTV) or government agency (CBC)
Network is an Academy Award-winning 1976 satirical film about a fictional television network named Union Broadcasting System (UBS) and its struggle with poor TV ratings. It was written by Paddy Chayefsky and directed by Sidney Lumet, and stars Faye Dunaway, William Holden, Peter Finch, Robert Duvall, Wesley Addy, Ned Beatty and Beatrice Straight.