a broadcast: a program or message, transmitted via television or radio noun
to broadcast (a program): to transmit information via television or radio, to make an announcement verb

This is an irregular verb:
I broadcast / I broadcast / I have broadcast
  • "Let's wrap up today's broadcast with some audio recordings from the zoo, where little Huan Huan II became just the fourth panda ever born on American soil."
  • "Announcer : Now, broadcasting live from Buckingham Palace, The Queen."
  • "The "Smellies" will be broadcast live on network television in over 60 countries around the world, so this is a great opportunity for publicity, even if we don't win, though I've heard some rumours, and apparently we're the favourites!"
  • "Moira : Brent, what did we say about making personal comments during our broadcast?"
  • "Brent : Great, well why don't we end the broadcast with a little song from Swedish supergroup ABBA."

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