Bizaki Entertainment Bureau Broadcast Lithocaster is a device with a tuner that turns signals broadcast exclusively by the Bizaki Entertainment Bureau, into content, then displays the content on residential-media screens or 3-dimensional display monitors. Natively called a ‘BEBBLE‘ or a ‘BEB,’ one unit is given freely to Bizaki at the end of her vocational apprenticeship. Other castes wishing to own a BEB must procure it retail, from Ukel Systems.

In 2181, Ninth-Gen construct-engineer for Ukel Systems, Tee Banto, created the Caster Board, a networking device that connected broadcast content directly to Intragux. The Caster Board within ushered in the age of pure digital transmission, negating the need for signal-tower hardware. In 2182, fellow construct-engineer Eppis Ukel, created the first broadcast lithocaster. Finding the device too large for residential use in the citizenry-market, Ukel Systems enlisted concept designer Vix Acari to streamline the hardware. Banto, Ukel, and Acari presented it to the Prime Chair of the Bureau, in 2183. The product debuted with success in 2184; paving the way for Tee Banto to become Prime Chair of the Bizaki Entertainment Bureau, later that year.

Controversy surrounded her promotion, as many believe that Eppis Ukel and Vix Acari were the primary designers of the unit, while Banto, who designed only the caster board inside of it, may have been presented to the BEB Counsel as its sole creator.

There are 20 Channels broadcasted by the BEB
(there are 3 that operate independent of the BEB on the interHive)

  • BEB 1 (BEB1)- features current event news from around Ramaxia.
  • Ramaxi-Central Showcast (RCS) – variety programming; features news, documentaries, hourly series and feature films, and limited sports programming.
  • Pikalit Showcast (PKS) – features current event news, documentaries, hourly series, and feature films; is current home to the Cloister telecast.
  • Bizapo (BZP) –  features lifestyle programming geared toward Bizaki, young and old.
  • Gardagol (GDG) – features scripted and documentary-style programming that deals with crime subjects.
  • Voskis (VOSK) – sports-related programming, and live and recorded event telecasts.
  • Surtk (SurK) – sports-related programming, reality, live, and recorded sporting events.
  • Suvagol (SuvaG) – features scripted science-fiction and educational programming about the Suvaxyul.
  • Magol (MAG) – features scripted fantasy and mythology, films and shows.
  • Uxagol (UGL) – features biographical and historical documentary, programs and films.
  • Haxak (The HAK) – features comedy programming; original series and reality specials, as well as films.
  • Ardigol (ARDY) – a network devoted to mystery and suspense programming.
  • Axigak (the AX) – offers horror films and television series, and features indie horror programming, and reality-casts, biographies, and documentaries.
  • Vlakidak (VLAD) – airs musical concerts, videos, documentaries, and music news
  • Subwaxi (SAX) – features genre programming that is geared toward post-donational and elder Subaki.
  • Bakwaxo (BAK) – features lifestyle programming geared toward young Subaki.
  • Blusaka (BLU) – features genre programming that is geared toward post-donational, mature Zaxiri.
  • Gasadi (GAS) – features lifestyle programming geared toward young Zaxiri.
  • Barkux (BARK) – nature and wildlife related programming.
  • Helovxis (HUMANtv) – helovx archival programming from the 20th and 21st centuries; a variety of film, television, reality, documentary, and lifestyle.