-·cast· or -·cast·ed, -·cast·ing
to broadcast (a program, event, etc.) simultaneously by radio and television
Origin of simulcast; from simultaneous + -cast
a program, etc. so broadcast
verbsi·mul·cast·ed, si·mul·cast·ing, si·mul·casts
To broadcast a program simultaneously from two or more locations or on two or more distribution channels: a radio program that was simulcast on its website.
To broadcast (a program) by simulcasting.
A broadcast so transmitted.
Origin of simulcastsimul(taneous) + (broad)cast.
(third-person singular simple present simulcasts, present participle simulcasting, simple past and past participle simulcast or simulcasted (uncommon))
- To broadcast a program or event across more than one medium or service at the same time.