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A recording of a television programme made while it is being transmitted.
- ‘Sadly, the telerecordings that exist of this programme do not contain Iris’ work, but it gave her experience in many aspects of television presentation that were to prove useful in years to come.’
- ‘I believe that all of the telerecordings have been thrown away, except this short clip.’
- ‘The company created a copy of their 1960 ident for the repeat of the first episode of the series to mark the programme's 40th anniversary last December, but deliberately made it look as fuzzy as an old telerecording would now be.’
- ‘Nearly all black-and-white television recordings seen today are telerecordings, because of two factors: firstly, for a long time, videotape was more expensive than film.’
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