broadcast.01 - to transmit or announceBROADCAST-V NOTES: Frames file for 'broadcast' based on survey of sentences in the WSJ corpus. (from broadcast.01-v predicate notes)
BROADCAST-N NOTES: Roleset based on verb entry broadcast.01, OntoNotes sense groupings broadcast.01, broadcast.02, maps to VN entry instr_communication-37.4. Framed by Claire. (from broadcast.01-n)
ARG0-PAG: transmitter, agent
The Voice of America is
a government agencyARG0
news and views -- some might say propaganda --ARG1
in 43 languagesARGM-MNR
to 130 million listeners around the worldARG2.
Last year 's seriesARG1,
by General Electric Co. 's NBCARG0, was the lowest - rated Series in four years ; instead of featuring a major East Coast team against a West Coast team , it pitted the Los Angeles Dodgers against the losing Oakland A 's .
While rival ABC News outstripped the competition in live coverage of the event by sheer luck --
the World SeriesARG1
from Candlestick ParkARG3
when the quake struckARGM-TMP-- NBC News was unable to get its signal out of San Francisco for the first hour after the quake .
Few people heard
This communication technology relies on polling from client nodes , rather than a
from a central hubARG3.
ARG0 and ARG1
The success of serials means that
TV stations in TaiwanARG0just keep on cranking them out ,
as quickly as they are shotARGM-MNR.