[ US /ɹidɪfˈjuʒən/ ]
  1. a system for distributing radio or tv programs
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How To Use Rediffusion In A Sentence

  • A production of Twelfth Night, starring John Wood as Malvolio, was made by Rediffusion for its schools programming in the afternoons. Lost tapes of classic British television found in the US
  • I rang up the man from Rediffusion, when his number I had found. WalesOnline - Home
  • Croft became a script editor for Rediffusion, and was then a light entertainment producer for Tyne Tees, writing many jingles. The Guardian World News
  • Today's edition is 'une rediffusion' rerun from one year ago. Le haricot - French Word-A-Day
  • Even more so than its predecessor, Rediffusion is the result of relentless sound researches, passionate assemblage and a sharp observation of existing combinations.
  • But they refused even to contemplate such a suggestion, so Associated Rediffusion and I began filming and financing it ourselves. Unlawful Killing – the film the British won't get to see | Keith Allen
  • For instance, when a judge is in a village, he may call the parties and the witnesses through rediffusion on wire, a system commonly used in rural areas.
  • Two years later he joined Rediffusion, as a trainee floor manager, moving over in 1968 to LWT where in 1970 he became a production manager, eventually gaining promotion to head of studio and location services. The Guardian World News
  • He explains that there were two kinds of clients at Rediffusion. The Financial Express
  • Ensuite, pendant la rediffusion de la vidéo, les joueurs pourraient se reposer et se parler. Retirer - French Word-A-Day
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