Host Broadcaster

Host Broadcaster m
TV-Sender bzw. Produktionsfirma, der bzw. die die Übertragung eines Spiels oder Wettbewerbs sicherstellt und das Signal für alle rechteinhabenden TV-Sender produziert und zur Verfügung stellt.
host broadcaster
TV station or production company that has been appointed to cover the event and whose signal will be used by all the other rights-holding TV stations.

German-english football dictionary. 2013.

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