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  • n. An enthusiast for advanced television technology


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  • Ain't it time, time enough, time enough at last, to make a literary allusion as well as one to a famous "televisionary" one?

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  • Far be it for me to ever correct the Boss, but as it turns out Bruce Springsteen was not a true televisionary; there are not "57 Channels And Nothing On" these days.

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  • Perhaps, like so many other literary (or televisionary?) answers to this question, it doesn't really "count" if you will -- it's only humans, thinking about what would be wrong with the thing they want most (immortality) if it were, in fact, within their grasp -- a way of comforting ourselves in the face of the one thing in life that is certain.

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  • Apparently, Kizz, according to, Dollhouse is expected to launch sometime in 2008, with production beginning as early as the spring, thanks to in-depth episodic outlines for all seven episodes written by Whedon.

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  • Radio competitors bought ads portraying Sarnoff as a gorilla wrecking the radio industry and labeled him (they meant it pejoratively) a "televisionary."

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  • There will never be another Lost per se, but I believe there will be another masterpiece. televisionary @Samnite All part of it (and my ongoing criticism when it was on) but also underlying assumption by ABC that it could just replace Lost. televisionary @Patti0713 It's a creative, critical, and ratings failure.

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  • Whedon is too young and too good a televisionary to be lost from the small screen again.


  • While you're at it, here are 20 other entertainment news Twitter feeds worth following, too (listed in no particular order): akstanwyck, Variety blogger Anne Thompson televisionary, intelligent, informed TV blogger NatalieAbrams, E!

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  • The excitement of Beethoven's visionary genius doesn't extend to Kaufman's plot, however, whose simplistic shorthand is more televisionary.

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  • Joss Whedon is too young and too good a televisionary to be that stupid to think Fox will give him the freedom he needs to nourish his creativity and release his mystical TV powers.

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