Definition of party political broadcast in English:

party political broadcast

Line breaks: party pol¦it|ical broad|cast
Pronunciation: /ˈpɑːtipəˈlɪtɪklˈbrɔːdkɑːst
 
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noun

British
A television or radio programme on which a representative of a political party presents material intended to foster support for it.
More example sentences
  • When I used to cover party political broadcasts for Radio 4, Tony would get genuinely moved; you could see the dampness in the eyes.
  • One of the political parties has made a party political broadcast that the BBC and UTV believe does not follow one of the guidelines.
  • The announcement, ‘There will now be a party political broadcast…’ prompts most people to switch the television off.

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