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There are A TV station, B TV station, C, D,E ... x, Y, Z station in the country. They are different TV stations. But at 7:00 - 7:30PM, all of them have to broadcast the same program imposed by the nation's central government. The broadcast is called "United Broadcast"? -- I didn't the exact English phrase.
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I take it you live in a Communist country? I'm sorry, but I don't think I understand what your question is. Can you clarify it?
My question is how to express the name of the broadcast in proper English.
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Ok, now I understand! Thanks for the clarification.

I would say something like what you said, "Now it is time for the 'United News Broadcast'."

or

"Now it is time for the news, which is being broadcast simultaneously on all stations."

Do those suggestions help?

-Haoqide
I think you heard "simultaneous broadcast".
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"Now it is time for the news, which is being broadcasted simultaneously on all stations."

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