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An enthusiast for television.
- ‘Soundbyte hackers, cybernautes and digital televisionaries of the information age follow the red thread of practical Utopias to the sound of a synthetic ‘New World Music’.’
- ‘Described by Time magazine as a "televisionary" and "seer," he has taken a concept about aliens and the search for the truth and created nothing less than a cultural phenomenon with millions of devoted fans around the world.’
- ‘As a televisionary, my purpose is to combine spirituality with entertainment.’
Relating to or induced by television.‘televisionary indoctrination in Luanda’
- ‘Sanjay, who had been endowed ad hoc with televisionary ability, narrated the day's events to the blind man.’
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