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televise

[′tel·ə‚vīz]
(communications)
To pick up a scene with a television camera and convert it into corresponding electric signals for transmission by a television station.
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The Crown argued that televising the trial could compromise witnesses' safety and discourage some from attending.
Professor George Gerbner, emeritus dean of the University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg School for Communication, argues adamantly against any ideas for televising executions, labeling such notions as "outrageous.
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The BBC argued that Scottish law did not forbid televising trials, and that broadcasting had already been approved with permission given for victims' relatives to see closed-circuit telecasts in New York, Washington, D.
We had feared that broadcast televising of the trial might adversely affect the contribution from witnesses, and we welcome this ruling.
The BBC was yesterday accused of helping to make Christmas a "hollow excuse for a winter holiday" by not televising a formal religious service on December 25.