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cable television

noun as in television system transmitted over cable to subscribers

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Even if you never watched a minute of the Duggar reality shows during their 13 years on cable television, a few facts probably seeped into your subconscious.

The cable television has an infinite number of channels, and some of them are even in Spanish.

It includes new product features such as real-time language translation, a new logo and global campaign, which rolled out earlier this summer with broadcast and cable television, connected television, online video, digital, print and paid social.

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Sure, it aired on cable television, but Cinemax was also a cable channel, and every news outlet from Perez Hilton to The New York Times dismissed reality stars as famous for being famous.

As a result, the company has increased its television media investment by 275% year-over-year and has plans to advertise on TV for the rest of 2021 across network and cable television channels in the 22 markets where the chain has a footprint.

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Not too long ago, you simply had to have cable television in order to be part of the national popular culture conversation.

Flint is right in saying that this was not “a first” for cable television.

In the 1990s it was a common trope to complain about welfare recipients who had cable television.

Recently she was offered $10,000 to do an on-camera interview for the cable-television program I Married a Mobster.

We don't need to abandon ourselves to free-market capitalism under the spiritual leadership of cable television.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cable-television, such as: cable, cable system, cable tv, cablevision, community antenna television, and pay television.

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