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verb as in broadcast

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The President and the Vice President will then deliver remarks during the “Celebrating America” inaugural program, which will be televised on major networks and available online.

Saving historical videos and images, particularly of politicians, public figures, and televised speeches may also one day be important in fighting deepfakes.

I watched the televised matches religiously every Friday night and Saturday afternoon.

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As part of that deal, Amazon and Twitch also received exclusive rights to televise one late-season Saturday game this season and in the two that follow.

Any replacement game must be held at the Pac-12 team’s stadium and televised by one of the conference’s broadcast partners.

The Supreme Court is being urged again to televise its proceedings.

I was at home then and I was sitting there and my wife said, "They are going to televise this transfer of Oswald."


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to televise, such as: air, announce, beam, transmit, communicate, and show.

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