Definition of outside broadcast in English:

outside broadcast

Line breaks: out|side broad|cast

noun

British
A radio or television programme that is recorded or broadcast live on location and not in a studio: outside broadcast units
More example sentences
  • She moved from radio to television production in 1978 where she has worked on an enormous range of programmes from studio shows and major outside broadcasts to landmark film series.
  • The eight hour live outside broadcast (simultaneously broadcast on the BBC's website for Derbyshire) covered every aspect of the Prince's visit.
  • Continuous news channel BBC News 24 and BBC Parliament will also make use of outside broadcasts from locations across the country.

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