Recent Examples of televisual from the Web
But if his roots are inky, his power is televisual.
Between this unwanted spectacle and his awkward endorsement of Donald J. Trump, Mr. Ryan has been a televisual dictionary of discomfort this political season.
The New Republic did an excellent job of explaining why, in 2012: On no other day of the year do America’s newspapers — and websites, and televisual chyrons — feature such banal headlines.
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