Thesaurus / cable


The matchup, aired on ESPN and NBC, became the most-viewed golf event in cable TV history, and the highest-rated golf broadcast on network TV in 30 years.
Top this best adjustable desk for customization with a simple flat board or add drawers, cabinets, shelves, a hook for hanging your headphones and attachments for keeping your cables in order.
It might, for instance, deter consumers from keeping their basic cable or Showtime subscriptions.
I thought I would be able to ski across the cables, but when my ski edges hit the first one, I fell.
New shows from Tyler Perry, “The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah and a prequel to the cable hit “Yellowstone” are also in the offing, as it a host of new reality series and All Access’s existing news and sports.
These last two options will only be available when your phone detects a cable plugged to it.
After hearing of the Chicago model, he contacted cable and telecom associations to sound them out about replicating it elsewhere.
For example, one spouse might be responsible for all the streaming subscriptions in a household while another manages cable and internet.
Finally, the sky crane disconnected the cables and flew away, leaving Perseverance to begin its mission.
Local newsrooms are half the size as they were in 2008, and the result is Americans are getting their information about politics from national outlets, including the broadcast and cable networks.


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