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noun as in visual and audio entertainment transmitted via radio waves


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The reality television shows that bookend Karamo Brown’s career on our screens show remarkably different sides to the 39-year-old Florida native.

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In the 1970s, analog closed-circuit television added remote visual monitoring of people.

If a television manufacturer that sells $1,000 TVs relocates production overseas, and Americans start buying $500 imported TVs instead, the amount of economic activity “displaced” by offshoring shows up as $500, not $1,000.

Assuming nothing goes awry between now and then, professional basketball will return to our television screens soon.

I was in Europe for a NATO defense ministers’ meeting, and I was coming back on the day that, and they brought me in through closed-circuit television.

The last film about Martin Luther King was made for television in 1977.

The television networks interrupt their broadcasts to take the nation directly to Selma.

He appears frequently on television as a political commentator.

The Friday Night Lights television show featured characters talking of “Texas forever.”

It is impossible to calculate the full effect that watching this on television, listening on the radio must have had on Sam.

Objectionable publications, films, broadcasting, and television have been the subject of expert appraisal in many countries.

Although television is not yet available in New Zealand, its introduction is inevitable.

And the television, the television Agnes loved to watch, but would never watch alone.

No; I just want you to put an "X" as to where the sofa is, and put a double "X" as to where the television set is.

It was like the television thrillers, after all, Parr reflected.

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On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to television, such as: audio, box, station, tv set, video, and baby-sitter.

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