noun Etymology: 1cable + 4broadcast Date: 1973 a cable television transmissioncablecast verb

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  • cablecast — [kā′bəl kast΄] vt. cablecast, cablecasting to transmit directly to receivers by means of coaxial cable n. a program that is cablecast cablecaster n …   English World dictionary

  • cablecast — cablecaster, n. /kay beuhl kast , kahst /, n., adj., v., cablecast or cablecasted, cablecasting. n. 1. a television program broadcast via cable television. adj. 2. (of television programs) broadcast via cable: a cablecast news program. v.t., v.i …   Universalium

  • cablecast — ca|ble|cast [ˈkeıbəlka:st US kæst] n AmE [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: cable + broadcast] a show, sports event etc that is broadcast on a ↑cable television station →↑broadcast ▪ the MTV Video Awards cablecast >cablecast v [T] …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • cablecast — noun A telecast via cable television …   Wiktionary

  • cablecast — ca·ble·cast || keɪbl‚kɑːst v. broadcast a program via cable television …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cablecast — ca·ble·cast …   English syllables

  • cablecast — ca•ble•cast [[t]ˈkeɪ bəlˌkæst, ˌkɑst[/t]] n. v. castorcast•ed, cast•ing. 1) rtv sbz a television broadcast via cable television 2) rtv sbz to broadcast via cable television • Etymology: 1965–70; cable+ (broad) cast …   From formal English to slang

  • cablecast — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Cox Communications — Cox Communications, Inc. Type Subsidiary Industry Telecommunications Founded 1962 Headquarters …   Wikipedia

  • Videon Cablesystems — Infobox Defunct Company company name = Videon Cablesystems company fate = Merged successor = SHAW Cable foundation = 1962 defunct = 2001 location = Winnipeg, Manitoba industry = cable television, hi speed Internet key people = products =… …   Wikipedia

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