Definition of Syndicators

1. Noun. (plural of syndicator) ¹



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Definition of Syndicators

1. syndicator [n] - See also: syndicator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Syndicators

syndets
syndic
syndical
syndicalism
syndicalisms
syndicalist
syndicalists
syndicate
syndicated
syndicates
syndicating
syndication
syndication agency
syndications
syndicator
syndicators (current term)
syndics
synding
syndings
syndiotactic
syndoche
syndoches
syndromal
syndrome
syndromes
syndromic
synds
syne

Literary usage of Syndicators

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1. Globalization of the Mass Media (1994)
"The firms that tend to export radio programming are those that distribute programming most widely in the United States — radio syndicators. ..."

2. Federal Housing Assistance: Comparing the Characteristics & Costs of Housing by Stanley J. Czerwinski, Daniel Garcia-Diaz (2002)
"... by 4 national syndicators.45 These units were estimated to represent about 25 to 27 percent of those generated under the program from 1987 through 1996. ..."

3. Community Development: Extent of Federal Influence on Urban Sprawl Is Unclear by Signora May (1999)
"4"syndicators act as brokers between developers and investors by pooling several projects into one tax credit ..."

4. Copyright Licensing Regimes Covering Retransmissioon of Broadcast Signals edited by Howard Coble (2001)
"... put a heavy damper on the creation and production of new, diverse programming for all media—much to the detriment of program producers and syndicators. ..."

5. Globalization of the Mass Media (1994)
"The firms that tend to export radio programming are those that distribute programming most widely in the United States — radio syndicators. ..."

6. Federal Housing Assistance: Comparing the Characteristics & Costs of Housing by Stanley J. Czerwinski, Daniel Garcia-Diaz (2002)
"... by 4 national syndicators.45 These units were estimated to represent about 25 to 27 percent of those generated under the program from 1987 through 1996. ..."

7. Community Development: Extent of Federal Influence on Urban Sprawl Is Unclear by Signora May (1999)
"4"syndicators act as brokers between developers and investors by pooling several projects into one tax credit ..."

8. Copyright Licensing Regimes Covering Retransmissioon of Broadcast Signals edited by Howard Coble (2001)
"... put a heavy damper on the creation and production of new, diverse programming for all media—much to the detriment of program producers and syndicators. ..."

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