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The Independence Day celebrations will be televised nationally beginning at 5:00 Pacific time.

Studies show that televised violence actually makes young people more tolerant of aggression in other children.

Sometimes, one of the politicians can be seen trying to keep the audience’s opinions under control during televised debates.

According to a recent study, televised violence suggests to young children that aggression is appropriate in some situations.

Elton John’s handwritten lyrics of his televised, funeral tribute to Princess Diana, were sold at auction for $442,500 in February 1998.

However, Bridson said there’s a big plus for him: it’s not televised.

Tonight, the death toll is heavy, said Keita in a televised statement.

Everything can turn on a word or a moment in a single televised debate.

Netanyahu issued a special televised statement to condemn Ghattas’ move.

This is certainly not a retreat, he said in televised comments in Ankara.

And that contest wasn’t played in front of 36,000 fans or televised on ESPN.

The attack was recorded by a Ugandan news crew and televised on national TV.

Yemen’s leader has used a televised speech to declare a new ‘temporary capital.’

The parade will also be televised live on WGN if you can’t make the trek downtown.

287633 He skipped a televised debate, leaving the field wide open to his opponents.

In a televised address to the nation, Bush asked Americans to join the war on drugs.

As presidential candidate Rick Perry famously said in a 2011 televised debate, “Oops.”

It’s actually been televised in Canada, so I’m pretty exited about that, henrich said.

The plan is to see if I were to hit a black person, would this be nationally televised?