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free-to-air

Translation of free-to-air in Spanish:

adjective

  • (Television) (channel/digital TV)
    emitido en abierto
    Example sentences
    • For up to 48 hours after the event, all free-to-air television stations in Australia switched their programming to coverage of the disaster.
    • You mentioned drama and documentary, and they will be still maintained in the reservation we have in free-to-air television.
    • However, while free-to-air television is certainly widely available, cable television's distribution is somewhat more limited.

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