www.use-in-a-sentence.com

English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "broadcast"


She hopes to pursue a career in broadcasting as an announcerThe news was broadcast early this morning.

She hopes to pursue a career in broadcasting as an announcer.

The BBC is the public broadcaster in England.

The school has its own radio station which broadcasts music and news all over town.

Sukvinder wants to study broadcasting, and become a music DJ.

The Rolling Stones concert was broadcast to over 50 different countries.

There was a live broadcast from the area where the fighting was going on, and the announcer had to be careful not to get in the way of the soldiers and their guns.

There is an Indian proverb which states that the smiles that you broadcast will always come back to you.

The Academy Awards were first broadcast in color in 1966.

The world's first television weather chart was broadcast in Britain on November 11, 1936.

On July 29, 1981, approximately 750 million people tuned in to a live broadcast of the wedding of Prince Charles and Diana.

Each day at set hours, the Zambian radio broadcasts announcements of deaths, calling on relatives to come together.

In March of 1965, pictures taken on the surface of the moon were broadcast live on TV for the first time.

In October of 1988, the British government outlawed all broadcast interviews with groups which expressed support for violence in Northern Ireland.

Internet technology allows radio stations to broadcast their programs all over the world.

Find someone who has spoken on a radio broadcast.

PLAY SPELLING GAME

Academic English Words List and Example Sentences
Example sentences with the broadcast, a sentence example for broadcast, and how to make broadcast in sample sentence, how do I use the word broadcast in a sentence? How do you spell broadcast in a sentence? spelling of broadcast


Search Example Sentences for any English Word here ....







Share on Facebook

manila selfie museum reading

The Manila selfie museum encouraging visitors to take pictures with art

Have you ever liked a piece of art so much you feel like you’re part of it? Well, a museum in the Philippines is helping people do just that. Art in Island, a museum in Manila, created by a group of Korean artists, features over a hundred unique three dimensional paintings that encourage people to pose in front of them. Each artwork is created in such a way that when...

Read More



hitler coins

Nazi hideout in Argentina

Was this a hideout for German Nazi officers? Deep in Argentina’s northern jungle, archaeologists have discovered the ruins of what may have originally been a Nazi hiding place. “It’s a defendable site, a protected site, an inaccessible site, where you can live peacefully in hiding. We believe we’ve found a refuge for the Nazi hierarchy.”Researchers from the University of Buenos Aires...

Read More



lion cubs feeding at home

Family lives with lions

When most people tell you they have a couple of cats at home, these probably aren't the type of cat you’d expect, but for one family in Gaza, these lion cubs are their household pets. Lioness Mona and Alex, who’s a male, were born in the battle-torn Gaza Strip to parents that were smuggled through a ...

Read More



window cleaners fall

Window cleaners have an accident

A terrifying ordeal for two window cleaners in China, as the platform they were working on began swinging violently and smashing into the building. The incident, which took place outside the 91st floor of the Shanghai World Financial Centre, lasted for 15 minutes with their cradle slamming into a wall at one point, sending glass flying into the building and down to the ground.

Read More



Two hundred years after the Battle of Waterloo -

Two hundred years after the Battle of Waterloo

The hat which French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte wore during the Battle of Waterloo is on its way back to the battlefield which saw his demise. The two-cornered, or bicorne hat, is normally kept in a museum in Sens in east of Paris. It was the one Napoleon wore on June 18th, 1815 when ...

Read More