Counter-programming



[koun-ter-proh-gram, ‐gruh m] /ˈkaʊn tərˌproʊ græm, ‐grəm/

verb (used with object), counterprogramed or counterprogrammed, counterprograming or counterprogramming.
1.
to schedule (a broadcast on radio or television) to compete with one on another station.
verb (used without object), counterprogramed or counterprogrammed, counterprograming or counterprogramming.
2.
to engage in such scheduling of broadcasts.

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