Simulcasting (Gaming Law) Law and Legal Definition
Simulcasting is a term referred to mean broadcasting of a program or event simultaneously through two or more media. For example; a program being broadcasted through television as well as radio may be referred to as simulcasting.
Following is an example of a state statute [Fla. Stat. � 550.002 (32) (Florida)] defining the term Simulcasting :
"Simulcasting" means broadcasting events occurring live at an in-state location to an out-of-state location, or receiving at an in-state location events occurring live at an out-of-state location, by the transmittal, re transmittal, reception, and rebroadcast of television or radio signals by wire, cable, satellite, microwave, or other electrical or electronic means for receiving or re broadcasting the events.