from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To broadcast or be broadcast by television.
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- v. to broadcast, or be broadcast, by television
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- v. broadcast via television
A new six-year, $2.8 billion contract to televise Nascar's races nationwide took effect in 2001, replacing its formerly piecemeal approach to selling broadcast rights.
Army still fields a team just so CBS can televise the Army-Navy game, and Western Kentucky went 2-10.
Although I'm concerned about security for NYC, not to mention the media frenzy this is going to cause (God Help us if they televise the trial!!!), I think AG Holder made the right decision.
But he said he did not approve of the Libyan decision to televise the death.
Next they'll be trying to move the "boring" awards (sound design, cinematography, writing) to another night and not televise them.
Any chance at all that you'll get around to reporting that Obama will televise directly into the classrooms next Tuesday and that the government is suggesting that teachers work with students to write out how they can "help the President".
Later pressed on why each of those other legislators hadn't made arrangements to televise their own response, complete with press coverage, Cantor appeared to put some of the blame on the media for focusing on Bachmann, saying, "Well, then, maybe I should ask: Why is that the case?"
"One possibility is that the rights fees are adjusted depending on whether CBS is able televise the final," said Neal Pilson, the former president of CBS sports who now runs a television consulting company, Pilson Communications.
Can we televise a debate (s)/discussions among military and political leaders (like a Town Hall) on the subject so Americans can hear from the horses mouths (the generals that are asking for more troops) … derick
President Obama, give this speech in front of Congress and televise it on prime time television.
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