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"I will meet .............," al-Zawahiri said in the three-and-a-half minute video, which was broadcast on the Arabic-language television network Al-Jazeera."

In the above sentence, why cnn.com has used 'broadcast' instead of 'broadcasted'? Is it a valid usage?
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"Broadcast" inflects like : broadcast (present) - broadcast (past) - broadcast (past participle).

paco
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Paco2004"Broadcast" inflects like : broadcast (present) - broadcast (past) - broadcast (past participle).

paco
Thanks, Paco2004. I had a delusion that the past and past participle form of 'broadcast' was 'broadcasted'.
I would have just gone along with you Rish on this one. Thxs Paco.