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syndicationnoun [C or U]

uk   us   /ˌsɪndɪˈkeɪʃən/
FINANCE an ​arrangement between several ​financialorganizations to ​share the ​investmentrisk of ​providing a large ​loan: The Bank of America ​led syndication of a $150 million ​loan to the ​project.
COMMUNICATIONS, COMMERCE the ​selling of ​televisionprogrammes, ​newspaperarticles, etc. to ​companies around the ​world so that they can be shown or ​published in several different ​places: syndication deal/revenue/rights The ​company is looking for syndication ​deals to ​runservices on the ​mobile TV ​market. The ​entertainment company's ​netincomerose 13% last ​yeardue to the ​growth in syndication of its ​televisionshows.
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