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actor a person who acts a part in a play, a movie, or a radio or television program.
actress a woman or girl who plays a part in movies, television, plays, or radio.
aerial a radio or television antenna. [1/3 definitions]
announcer a person who presents programs or reads advertisements on radio or television.
antenna a metal device that sends or receives radio or television signals. [1/2 definitions]
audience the people reached by television, radio, newspapers, or magazines. [1/3 definitions]
beacon a signal of light or radio waves that guides or warns ships or aircraft.
broadcast to send over television or radio. [3/4 definitions]
cell phone a telephone that operates using radio signals and therefore requires no wires. A cell phone can be taken with one anywhere but may not function if it is too far away from a radio transmitter to receive signals.
cellular phone a telephone that can be taken anywhere and does not use wires. A cellular phone uses radio signals that are sent out from many different points called "cells." A cellular phone gets its signals from whatever cell is closest to it at the moment. A cellular phone is often called a "cell phone."
channel a frequency band used by radio or television stations. [1/4 definitions]
commentator a person who comments on something. Commentators often appear on radio or television shows to give opinions or explanations of news and events.
commercial an advertisement on television or radio. [1/3 definitions]
communication (plural) means of sending messages, such as telephone, radio, and television. [1/3 definitions]
console2 a cabinet for a television set, CD player, or radio.
dial a disk or knob on a television or radio for tuning to different channels. [2/6 definitions]
disc jockey a person whose job is to play recorded music on the radio or for an event such as a dance.
DJ a person who plays recorded music and makes announcements or comments on the radio or at an event.
earphone a small speaker that fits on or in the ear for listening to sound from a radio, tape player, telephone, or other electronic machine.
frequency the number of energy waves that pass a certain point in a certain time period. Frequency is used to measure radio waves and other kinds of radiation. [1/3 definitions]
ham2 an amateur radio operator. [1/2 definitions]