Translation of television in Spanish:
- 1.1 uncountable/no numerable (medium) televisión (feminine) to see sth on television ver* algo en or por (la) televisión what's on television tonight? ¿qué dan esta noche en or por televisión? I've never been o appeared on television no he salido nunca en or por (la) televisión the Queen spoke on television la reina habló por televisión to watch television ver* or mirar (la) televisión (before noun/delante del nombre) [transmitter/studio/screen] de televisión; [program/broadcast] de televisión, televisivo television announcer locutor, (masculine, feminine) de continuidad de televisión television dinner[ comida pre-preparada para consumir viendo la televisión ] television license[ licencia que debe obtenerse para poseer un receptor de televisión ] television listings programación (feminine) televisiva or de televisión television lounge o room sala (feminine) de televisión television network red (feminine) de televisión television viewer telespectador, (masculine, feminine), televidente (masculine and feminine)Example sentences
Example sentences1.2 countable/numerable television (set) televisor (masculine), (aparato (masculine) de) televisión (feminine) to turn o switch the television on/off poner* or encender* or (in Latin America also/en América Latina también) prender/apagar* el televisor or la televisión 1.3 uncountable/no numerable (industry) televisión (feminine) she works in television trabaja en (la) televisión
- Method of transmitting radio and television signals that promises better-quality picture and sound, and a wider choice of channels.
- By analogy, that term came to be applied to transmitting radio or television signals over a wide area.
- Analog closed circuit television systems require that video tapes be changed daily or at least every other day.
- They have made provision by buying big screen televisions for spectators.
- The race will be shown on big screens and televisions around the grounds.
- At the moment, flat screen televisions are still the sort of thing that only corporate money can buy.
- Our news columns and television broadcasts fail consistently to reflect this diversity.
- Audiences for broadcast television news are suffering a downward flutter.
- The same could be said of the rapid response medium of television news - viewers are now used to seeing human destruction as it happens.
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Radio broadcasting in Spain began in the 1920s. The state-run Radio Nacional de España (RNE) was established during the Civil War. There are many private radio stations and they compete fiercely. Radio personalities are paid huge salaries, out of which they employ the staff for their programs.