Publish or broadcast (material) simultaneously in a number of newspapers, television stations, etc
his reports were syndicated to 200 other papers
Sell (a horse) to a syndicate
the stallion was syndicated for a record $5.4 million
A group of individuals or organizations combined to promote some common interest
large-scale buyouts involving a syndicate of financial institutions
a crime syndicate
An association or agency supplying material simultaneously to a number of newspapers or periodicals
A committee of syndics
join together into a syndicate; "The banks syndicated"
a loose affiliation of gangsters in charge of organized criminal activities
consortium: an association of companies for some definite purpose
a news agency that sells features or articles or photographs etc. to newspapers for simultaneous publication
sell articles, television programs, or photos to several publications or independent broadcasting stations
Ultimate X-Men is a superhero comic book series that was published by Marvel Comics from 2001 to 2009. The series is a modernized re-imagining of Marvel's long-running X-Men comic book franchise as part of its Ultimate Marvel imprint. ...
The Syndicate series is a series of isometric science fiction computer games created by Bullfrog Productions. There are two main titles in the series: Syndicate (1993/1994) and Syndicate Wars (1996), with an expansion pack for the former, ''''.
The Syndicate is a fictional "shadow government" group featured in The X-Files television show and feature film created by Chris Carter. They were also known as The Elders, The Consortium, and The Group. ...
The Syndicate, built in 1907, is a building that has stood as a historic landmark in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. The detailed Terracotta ornamentation still stands out as a significant glimpse into the style of an earlier time. ...
The Syndicate was a quiz programme that was screened on BBC1 for 1 series in 2000. The programme was hosted by Nick Ross.
A group of individuals or companies formed to transact some specific business, or to promote a common interest; a self-coordinating group; A similar group of gangsters engaged in organized crime; A chain of newspapers, or an agency that distributes features to multiple newspapers; To become a ...
(SYNDICATES) Distributors of material to newspapers for printing (e.g., King Features Syndicate); such material includes comic strips.
A pooling arrangement or association of persons investing in real property by buying shares in an organization.
A syndicate is a group of people making a joint effort to win money betting sports.
A group of investment bankers who together underwrite and distribute a new issue of securities or a large block of an outstanding issue.
Betting Syndicate: A group of people who's sole purpose is to pool their money in order to have a better chance of covering betting combinations. Pooling their money allows them more freedom in attempts to hit difficult wagers like the superfecta or pick6. ...
An association of insurers that work together to insure an especially large or hazardous risk. Also see Pool.
An organization of investors who pool their capital to make a real estate investment.
A group of banks that acts jointly, on a temporary basis, to loan money in a bank credit (syndicated credit) or to underwrite a new issue of bonds.
An association of individuals formed for the purpose of owning, operating and managing large parcels of real property for the mutual benefit of all, and organized as a corporation, limited partnership or joint venture.
Syndicate feature provides for weblog style publishing where new content is quickly made available to subscribed clients.
To supply information or content for simultaneous publications in several periodicals or web sites
Group of insurers or reinsurers involved in joint underwriting. Members typically take predetermined shares of premiums, losses, expenses, and profits. ...
A group of investment banks and banks who agree to purchase a new issue of securities from the issuer for resale to the investing public.
(Verb) To simultaneously sell or otherwise provide a journalist or photographer's work to other newspapers, magazines or broadcasters who subscribe to that service.