Definition of "television" [television]

  • (noun) The transmission of dynamic or sometimes static images, generally with accompanying sound, via electric or electromagnetic signals.
  • (noun) An electronic apparatus that receives such signals, reproducing the images on a screen, and typically reproducing accompanying sound signals on speakers.
  • (noun) The visual and audio content of such signals.
  • (noun) The industry of producing and broadcasting television programs.

Use "television" in a sentence

  • "The latest evidence: For the first time in two decades, the number of U.S. homes with televisions has declined, and Nielsen is now contemplating redefining the term "television households" to include online-only viewing as it grapples with the challenge of TV ratings in a digital world."
  • "I had one college professor say that a job in television is maybe a good second job."
  • "One of the things I like about being a filmmaker and working on “Aqua Teen,” or in television, is that a lot of people think that doing what I do is totally unattainable."

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