English version

continuity in Television & radio topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcontinuitycon‧ti‧nu‧i‧ty /ˌkɒntəˈnjuːəti $ ˌkɑːntəˈnuː-/ ●○○ noun [uncountable]  1 CONTINUOUSthe state of continuing for a period of time, without problems, interruptions, or changes We should ensure continuity of care between hospital and home.2 AMFAMT technical the organization of a film or television programme to make it seem that the action happens without pauses or interruptions
Examples from the Corpus
continuityWill there not be a continuity of evolution implied, in contradiction to our postulated discontinuous collapse?Ensuring editorial quality, integrity and continuity.Green brings continuity to the garden.But at all times, if they are of one body, they will display continuity of programme.Story-telling can keep alive the sense of continuity of family or tribal life.However, I would not for one moment deny the continuity and the gradualness of the processes which are changing the earth.How will older people receive the type, continuity and quality of care required?