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televise in Broadcasting topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtelevisetel‧e‧vise /ˈteləvaɪz/ ●○○ verb [transitive]  TCBto broadcast something on television syn show The game was televised live on ABC.→ See Verb table
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televiseWGN will televise 30 Chicago Bulls games this season.Prosecutors will decide tomorrow if the trial is televised.Tagliabue said the system would be tested first at exhibition games that are nationally televised.After the State funeral, plans were made for the Coronation, which for the very first time was to be televised.The televised ads also show footage from the movies, including scenes of the protagonists' Millennium Falcon spaceship cruising through space.Of 129 regular-season and postseason games, all but seven will be televised and 67 will be televised nationally.Serious history books sell in large numbers, are serialised in newspapers, televised and debated.This year's championships are not going to be televised at all.The mayor plans to televise council meetings on cable channels.Mr Cossiga's televised outburst was the latest in a series of controversial incidents.In addition John Parrott, at 36, will now be the oldest competitor in the 32-man televised phase.the first televised presidential debatea nationally televised speechtelevised liveI remember an astonishingly impassioned account of the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony televised live from Berlin.But the 1994 matches will be televised live in their entirety, officials said.Meanwhile there's just one consolation for Les Smith - the match will be televised live on Central.