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televiewer

(ˈtɛlɪˌvjuːə)
n
(Broadcasting) US a person who watches television
Translations

televiewer

[ˈtelɪˌvjuːəʳ] Ntelevidente mf, telespectador(a) m/f

televiewer

[ˈtɛlɪˌvjuːəʳ] ntelespettatore/trice
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Another application would be that of a chef with a cooking program who could actually send food to his televiewers.
But for televiewers, he is more fondly known for playing the role of Steve Carpio, the archenemy to Dolphy's character Kevin Cosme in the sitcom 'Home Along Da Riles'.
That's why, the Kapuso talent hopes to share more about HIV with televiewers.
The audience or televiewers can ask only by writing their questions on a piece of paper or text it to a designated cellphone numbers provided on the screen during the forum.
Like Super Typhoon Ruby, ABS-CBN news reader Korina Sanchez came on too strong to many televiewers when she expressed hope that Hagupit (Ruby) would spare the Philippines and instead hit Japan.
It is true that the person that appears "on glass" (on TV)--as it is said in Romanian--has a great impact on the televiewers and becomes a model; human beings, in their way to completeness and perfection, choose models and imitate them.
Television which is one of the legitimizing mechanisms of government in modern era, affects televiewers of all ages (especially the children), this could be compared to the mythological heroes who are turned into stone when looking at Medusa.
70 miles through the London Boroughs of Camden, Islington, City of London, Southwark, Lambeth, Wandsworth, Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster before it ends up at the olympic Stadium in full view of thousands of spectators and a billion televiewers.
The unmarried daughter of a tractor driver, she is considered by Western televiewers in Moscow to look not unlike Ingrid Bergman, although a little tougher.
INDIVIDUALLY coloured number cloths, as used in the US, have been introduced for Flat racing at Kempton, as a way of making identification easier for racegoers and televiewers.
Before Australia played England at the Oval in 2001, he advised televiewers to look at the patch of ground at short fine-leg.
These relationships are included in the working hypotheses tested on a sample of 408 Spanish televiewers using the logistical regression technique and we offer a set of significant implications for company management.