black-and-white television

black-and-white television

[¦blak ən ¦wīt ′tel·ə‚vizh·ən]
(communications)
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LESS than 100 people are now watching black-and-white television in the North East, new figures show.
Paul Williams, spokesperson for TV Licensing, said: "Today's figures show, even in the digital age, more than 11,000 homes still watch their favourite programmes on black-and-white televisions.
He puts the paper down, and one of his ashy hands crushes an empty Colt 45 Malt Liquor can in front of a black-and-white television with the volume quite loud.
March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Samcor Glass Limited said it has begun construction of a plant in India to produce glass bulbs for black-and-white television sets.
Production for black-and-white television glass is scheduled to begin in the fall of 1993, with an annual capacity of approximately five million bulbs.
The penetration of color television is so great that recent statistics published by the Electronic Industries Association indicated black-and-white television would shortly become extinct.
Also, for some retro enthusiasts, restoring and using black-and-white televisions is a hobby.