televisual

televisual

(ˌtɛlɪˈvɪʒʊəl; -zjʊ-)
adj
(Broadcasting) relating to, shown on, or suitable for production on television
ˌteleˈvisually adv
Translations

televisual

[telɪˈvɪzjʊəl] ADJ (Brit) → televisivo

televisual

adjFernseh-, TV-; to make televisual historyFernsehgeschichte or TV-Geschichte machen
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Contract notice: televisual and visual inspections (itv) of sanitation and rainwater networks on the territory of the c.
The novel's structure adapts a range of uniquely televisual experiences into textual ones, foregoing the more traditional pleasures of reading in the process.
The man is televisual Marmite although he won't like hearing that the smiling assassin to his left is clearly the one in charge.
It could deliver withering disdain and disapproval; it seemed made of harder stuff than my flat Californian televisual patter.
His topics include a cyborg apprenticeship: the early stories and the retrofitting of genres, beneath the televisual sky: the "Sprawl Trilogy" and the rise of cyberpunk, 21st-century singularities: the future's end in Gibson's "Bigend Trilogy," and his genre and media explorations.
After capturing the nitty gritty of school life in Essex, Yorkshire and the East End of London, Cardiff kids are the latest to go under the televisual microscope.
That was a tragic accident with no-one to blame but, nonetheless, he was rehearsing a dangerous stunt for our televisual entertainment.
So, it's rather fitting that she's receiving a televisual tribute, particularly as she's approaching a personal milestone - she will turn 65 in February.
S4C, in its infinite wisdom, has decided that its core audience no longer has an appetite for a sport which draws a wide audience from across televisual borders, and will not be showing any harness racing from Wales next year.
But the Manchester derby tops the televisual bill tonight and it should be a thriller, though if it's thrills and spills you want, the warm-up act between hosts Bangladesh and the West Indies in the World T20 could trump the footy.
Now we are bombarded with televisual delights beaming bacK from around the world.
He told a Royal Televisual Society gathering: "Health and safety is far more rigorous now.