Definition of "televisional" []

  • The system or process of producing on a distant screen a series of transient visible images, usually with an accompanying sound signal. Electrical signals, converted from optical images by a camera tube, are transmitted by UHF or VHF radio waves or by cable and reconverted into optical images by means of a television tube inside a television set (noun)
  • A device designed to receive and convert incoming electrical signals into a series of visible images on a screen together with accompanying sound (noun)
  • The content, etc, of television programmes (noun)
  • The occupation or profession concerned with any aspect of the broadcasting of television programmes (noun)
  • Of, relating to, or used in the transmission or reception of video and audio UHF or VHF radio signals (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "televisional" in a sentence
  • "Through various science fictional and televisional machinations."
  • "For example, a demonstration that man has televisional powers was given on Nov. 26,"
  • "Bill Maher has offered some scathing criticism of Obama of late, ranting against the president's televisional ubiquity and questioning Obama's political substance on his show, in an op-ed in the LA Times, and in an interview with MSNBC's Keith Olbermann."
  • "a demonstration that man has televisional powers was given on Nov. 26, 1934 at the Royal University of Rome."
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