television screen

television screen

[′tel·ə‚vizh·ən ‚skrēn]
(electronics)
The fluorescent screen of the picture tube in a television receiver.
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By sponsoring the Call of Duty Championship, New Vision provided its customers with a unique entertainment experience whilst allowing them to learn firsthand about LG's latest television screen technologies," said Qusai Al-Gharaibeh, New Vision CEO.
Sixay filmed the luminescent flash that appears on the television screen right after the set is first turned on or off.
CRT, LCD, plasma or projection displays can be converted into a high-resolution television screen up to 1024 X 768, with 24-bit color and a full-screen image.
Talking heads on the television screen may not be the most interesting TV around, but it's a news and information delivery style we've come to expect.
Witness your very own fetus on a television screen, detached from your body-an individualized pro-life commercial.
The rating appears briefly in the upper left-hand corner of the television screen at the beginning of each program.
The science fiction image of a gigantic, flat television screen hanging on a living room wall has loomed large in Hollywood movies.
We are a channel for people interested in gaining a broader understanding of their world and engaging in a level of dialogue beyond the newspaper page or television screen," said Brian Gruber, FORA.
As Richard Dressel watched the World Trade Center tragedy unfold on the television screen, he knew the actions he and his colleagues from the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 164 took over the next hours, weeks and months would have a profound effect on the future of the entire nation.
The subscriber uses a VCR-like remote control to select a film from a menu on the television screen.
I think a lot of our viewers, when flicking the channels and see Brand Boulevard or the Verdugos, are drawn in because it's their back yard they're seeing on the television screen.
To a pre-kindergarten child, Barney sings songs, teaches lessons and provides a big object to follow on the television screen.