televiewing


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televiewing

(ˈtɛlɪˌvjuːɪŋ)
n
(Broadcasting) US the act of watching television
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Once again, it's the season for TV awards for 'excellence,' as handed out by many different educational institutions throughout our televiewing la-la-land.
Every standard deviation unit increase of 53 minutes in daily televiewing at 29 months predicted an 11% standard deviation unit increase in bullying by sixth grade classmates," Pagani said.
Known as the local Laurel and Hardy tandem without the slapstick, Herrero and Trinidad, together with Valdez, Tessie Tomas and Gary Lising was standard fare in the 1980s evening televiewing for most Filipinos.
Hulu has not observed Alexander's televiewing habits.
1993, << First-Time Televiewing in Amazonia : Television Acculturation in Gurupa >>, Ethnology, 32, 2: 187-206.
That said, media inflation is the only way to support TV market revenue growth in an environment of slipping televiewing (which is shrinking 34% YoY).
The televiewing audience; the art and science of watching tv, 2d ed.
After 10 years of study, Witty found that televiewing presented both positive and negative consequences for children.
Relationship among fifth and seventh grade children's televiewing habits and academic achievement.
This year, nursing two broken toes, she will be televiewing again, hoping for an even better birthday present as a colt she co-bred and raised at her Lanwades Stud near Newmarket bids for the fame and glory that invariably attaches to a Derby triumph.
On the other hand, both generations of Blacks did not see setting televiewing limits as important.
1983) Beyond the Formats of Television: the Effects of Student Preconceptions on the Experience of Televiewing, en MEYER, M.