Definitions for "Broadsheet"
any sheet in its basic size (not folded or cut); also denotes a newspaper size.
the larger of the two traditional newspaper sizes, often used to describe the content style, which is 'heavyweight', as well as the actual size.
Newspapers such as The Australian which are printed on the standard sheet size A paper, usually giving more in-depth reporting than tabloid papers. See Tabloid.
A large sheet of paper printed on one side. Also called a broadside.
a printing executed on a single sheet of paper and printed on bothsides.
A large piece of paper with printing on only one side.
Keywords:  patrons, gate, grid, daily, schedule
Daily schedule of shows and events distributed at gate to patrons. Compare to grid.