satellite television

NOUN
  1. a television system in which the signal is transmitted to an orbiting satellite that receives the signal and amplifies it and transmits it back to earth
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How To Use satellite television In A Sentence

  • Most of those in the younger age groups these days seem to prefer workwear typical of the kind they often see on satellite television.
  • Satellite television carries cricket, football and rugby every day of every week.
  • Separately, closed hearings are taking place this week in New York on a legal action the NFL Players Association filed in June, claiming the league undersold its broadcast and satellite television rights during the past two years in exchange for a guarantee that the networks would continue to pay the league even if the lockout causes the NFL to cancel games next season. NFL, ESPN Push Toward Monday Night Pact
  • Satellite television has provided the viewing public with a wide choice of programmes.
  • Luke had made satellite television available in every BOQ room. FALLOUT
  • Demand for satellite television has been greatly exaggerated.
  • Still less can they accept impartial public broadcasting combined with a biased press and biased satellite television.
  • Satellite television carries cricket, football and rugby every day of every week.
  • The race will also be screened on satellite television as part of the service provided by the dedicated racing channel that was launched earlier this year.
  • Even when we switch off these allegedly offending channels here, those with satellite television will continue viewing them.
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