Examples of televise in a Sentence
The same network will televise the tournament next year.
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FOX Sports Southwest will be broadcast the home game against Orlando (Oct. 9) while FOX Sports Southwest PLUS will televise the Milwaukee (Oct. 2), Chicago (Oct. 4) and Atlanta (Oct. 12) contests.
Donald Trump flew to Arizona and had an hour-long televised meltdown.
In addition to the reception, honorees are seated with the president and first lady at the Kennedy Center performance, which is televised.
Disney warned last year that fiscal 2017 would be difficult, hurt by rising costs to televise National Basketball Association games and fewer films being released by its studio.
When the Trump administration temporarily refused permission for televising the daily White House press briefing, journalists howled.
In her first televised interview since undergoing a seven-hour surgery to remove a golf-ball-sized meningioma brain tumor in June, former E!
AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain (known until this season as Root Sports), the Rockies’ broadcast partner, televises just 150 of their games per year, and this one didn’t make the cut.
The 10:30 p.m. Central Time tip will be the last of four games Nov. 20 at the Lahaina Civic Center on the island of Maui, and the game will be televised by ESPNU.
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Origin and Etymology of televise
First Known Use: 1926See Words from the same year
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: to broadcast (something) by television
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