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A broadcast network is an organization, such as a corporation or other voluntary association, that provides live or recorded content, such as movies, newscasts, sports, public affairs programming, and other programs for broadcast over a group of radio stations or television stations. Most networks are primarily either a television network or a radio network, although some organizations run both types of networks.

Streaming media, Internet radio Webcasting is sometimes considered a form of broadcasting despite the lack of broadcast stations, in which case its practitioners may also be called "broadcasters" or even "broadcast networks".


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