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01. The news was [broadcast] early this morning.
02. She hopes to pursue a career in [broadcasting] as an announcer.
03. The BBC is the public [broadcaster] in England.
04. The school has its own radio station which [broadcasts] music and news all over town.
05. Sukvinder wants to study [broadcasting], and become a music DJ.
06. The Rolling Stones concert was [broadcast] to over 50 different countries.
07. There was a live [broadcast] from the area where the fighting was going on, and the announcer had to be careful not to get in the way of the soldiers and their guns.
08. There is an Indian proverb which states that the smiles that you [broadcast] will always come back to you.
09. The Academy Awards were first [broadcast] in color in 1966.
10. The world's first television weather chart was [broadcast] in Britain on November 11, 1936.
11. On July 29, 1981, approximately 750 million people tuned in to a live [broadcast] of the wedding of Prince Charles and Diana.
12. Each day at set hours, the Zambian radio [broadcasts] announcements of deaths, calling on relatives to come together.
13. In March of 1965, pictures taken on the surface of the moon were [broadcast] live on TV for the first time.
14. In October of 1988, the British government outlawed all [broadcast] interviews with groups which expressed support for violence in Northern Ireland.
15. Internet technology allows radio stations to [broadcast] their programs all over the world.

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