Entry from British & World English dictionary
Record (a television programme) during transmission: BBC 2's cameras will telerecord the new production
More example sentences
- In those days, television companies would often telerecord each other's output to see ‘what the opposition were up to.’
- Originally broadcast live, the whole series has been preserved via telerecording.
- The first substantial television version was made in 1960, and happily still survives, albeit only in a poor-quality telerecording.
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