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kinescope

 [kin´ĕ-skōp]
an instrument for ascertaining ocular refraction.

kinescope

/kine·scope/ (-skōp) an instrument for ascertaining ocular refraction.

kinescope

(kĭn′ĕ-skōp) [″ + skopein, to examine]
A device for testing the refraction of the eye. A slit of variable width moves as the patient observes a fixed object.

kinescope

1. An instrument for determining the refraction of the eye by having the subject observe the apparent 'with' or 'against' movement of a test object through a stenopaeic slit moved across the front of the eye. 2. An instrument for recording television programmes. See stenopaeic disc.
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The CBC had twenty-five stations and affiliates, coast-to-coast, broadcasting the program by Kinescope on either a one of two week delay, with the credit line acknowledging Admiral and ABC.
1) At this writing, 41 kinescopes of the 83 episodes of Tales of Tomorrow are available in DVD format, licensed through Corinth Films and distributed by Image Entertainment.
In showing a kinescope of Army counsel Joe Welch reducing an earlier seen bullying McCarthy to a pathetic, simpering figure, the film provides a dramatic moment that is in itself disturbing and complex, on both a political and personal level.
This is obvious to those who know the novels and hear and/or watch the kinescope of the reading.
Emmy Awards of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences were presented at the academy's second annual awards dinner: most outstanding kinescope personality, Milton Berle; best kinescope show, Texaco Star Theatre; best children's show, Time for Beanie; best film made for TV in 1949, Life of Riley.
An elderly patient of my father's had made his house into a shrine to his accordion-playing career; the walls were covered with kinescope photos of his one appearance on the old Jack Paar show, and he kept talking about his big comeback that would happen any day now.
While the quality of the game's kinescope was excellent, we knew that working with Technicolor to restore the audio and video was key in order to present the game to viewers in the best way possible," said Susan Stone, Senior Vice President of Operations for MLB Network.
According to the presenter of the 26th Awards, the show was also broadcast via kinescope in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, possibly on the station owned by Brazilian publisher and TV pioneer Assis Chateaubriand, who was a friend of David Sarnoff, president of RCA, parent company of NBC, from whom he purchased the transmitting equipment.
Apparently Crosby paid a company to film the game by kinescope, while he traveled to Paris (unable to bear the stress of watching the game via live broadcast) and listened to it on the radio.
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While digging into archives and private collections in New York, Los Angeles, and London, our team uncovered some magnificent footage, including color film from a 1929 Ziegfeld revue and a 1951 kinescope featuring the stars of the original "Guys and Dolls" cast, Vivian Blaine and Sam Levene.