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synonyms for televise

  • air
  • announce
  • beam
  • transmit
  • communicate
  • show
  • be on the air
  • go on the air
  • go on the airwaves
  • put on television
  • put on the air
  • simulcast
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antonyms for televise

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  • be quiet
  • hide
  • suppress
  • conceal
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How to use televise in a sentence

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.
A HISTORIC INAUGURATION DAYSTEVEN PSYLLOSJANUARY 20, 2021ESSENCE.COM
Saving historical videos and images, particularly of politicians, public figures, and televised speeches may also one day be important in fighting deepfakes.
HOW TO SAVE IMPORTANT PHOTOS AND VIDEO FROM THE WEBJOHN KENNEDYJANUARY 19, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
I watched the televised matches religiously every Friday night and Saturday afternoon.
YOUR DAD EVER GET HIS ASS KICKED BY A PRO WRESTLER?EUGENE ROBINSONDECEMBER 18, 2020OZY
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.
AMAZON TO BROADCAST 49ERS-CARDINALS GAME ON DEC. 26MATT BONESTEELNOVEMBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Any replacement game must be held at the Pac-12 team’s stadium and televised by one of the conference’s broadcast partners.
BYU FOOTBALL WANTS ANOTHER GAME. WASHINGTON NEEDS ANOTHER GAME. SADLY, IT MIGHT NOT BE A MATCH.MATT BONESTEELNOVEMBER 23, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Despite the name, Newsmax — in both its print and televised forms — features even less traditional news than Fox News or MSNBC.
MY TWO DAYS WATCHING NEWSMAX, THE NETWORK WAGING WAR ON FOX NEWS FROM THE RIGHTEMILY VANDERWERFFNOVEMBER 12, 2020VOX
The lockdown will start on Thursday, pending a vote in parliament, and last until at least early December, Johnson said on Saturday in a televised press conference.
BORIS JOHNSON ANNOUNCES ANOTHER PARTIAL LOCKDOWN FOR ENGLAND AS COVID-19 CASES SURGEKDUNN6OCTOBER 31, 2020FORTUNE
In a televised news conference, Putin said that early trials involving 100 people were successful.
PUTIN TOUTS SECOND DUBIOUS APPROVAL OF AN UNPROVEN COVID-19 VACCINEBETH MOLEOCTOBER 15, 2020ARS TECHNICA
While radio may feel preposterously old-school, the history of the televised debate does not stretch that far back.
PRESIDENTIAL DEBATES ARE BROKENNICOLE GOODKINDOCTOBER 15, 2020FORTUNE
On Wednesday night, as Macron made his televised address to the nation, I was at a book launch attended by about 20 women, many of them American.
‘A CURFEW AT NINE O’CLOCK IS LIKE CLOSING RESTAURANTS’: FOR THE FRENCH, THE LATEST COVID MEASURES CROSS A LINEVIVIENNE WALTOCTOBER 15, 2020FORTUNE
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WORDS RELATED TO TELEVISE

  • air
  • announce
  • be on the air
  • beam
  • cable
  • circulate
  • colorcast
  • communicate
  • get out
  • go on the air
  • go on the airwaves
  • put on the air
  • radio
  • radiograph
  • relay
  • send
  • show
  • simulcast
  • telecast
  • telegraph
  • telephone
  • televise
  • transmit
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