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  • adjective Capable of, or suitable for, being broadcast.


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broadcast +‎ -able


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  • When I started at E4 … I thought the job would be cherry picking from all these broadcastable ideas that came my way every week.

    Will Danny Cohen have youth on his side at BBC1?

  • This then opens up the possibility of distributing a programme for editing to a broadcastable standard, but having this done by people who aren't actually on site.

    The broadcast industry: a remote solution

  • Two-time winner Howard Christie, a local landlord, laments the passing of an earlier era of fibbing and believes strong local dialects like Mr. Graham's put off judges who want broadcastable accents to increase the appeal of the competition beyond Cumbria.

    Honestly, This Part of England Has the World's Biggest Liars

  • Instead of scrawling someone's sexual history on a bathroom wall, today fake Facebook accounts lure broadcastable confessions.

    Up front: Eva Wiseman

  • I promise you, some of the answers I'm already getting are not broadcastable on a family network.

    CNN Transcript Jan 18, 2010

  • The VPR1 offered “outstanding recording and playback with capability of 1/5 speed slow motion and still-frame pictures of broadcastable quality” made possible with the addition of an automatic scanning module the Ampex AST.

    Managing New Product and Process Development

  • The guest editors are given guidance by Today's producers and reporters about turning their ideas into broadcastable material, while the usual Today staff editors will be on hand to make sure it is newsworthy and complies with the BBC's editorial guidelines.

    The Guardian World News


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