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Could we use a word that is for radio what televise is to television?

Asked by LostInParadise (29657points) December 25th, 2021
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You can get by with broadcasting, but it seems that radio deserves its own term. Just what the word would be might be a problem – teleaudioize would not work.

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janbb's avatar

radiocast

Tropical_Willie's avatar

Radiotelephony means transmission of sound (audio) by radio, in contrast to radiotelegraphy, which is transmission of telegraph signals, or television, transmission of moving pictures and sound.

zenvelo's avatar

Any such word would be a retronym, a word created to fill a parallel construction for a newer word.

Broadcast is absolutely fine. No need for a new word.

LostInParadise's avatar

I had not thought of radiocast. It does not seem to be used that often.

janbb's avatar

@LostInParadise That’s because I just made it up as a portmanteau of radio and broadcast! Maybe now it will appear all over!

Jeruba's avatar

It’s usually broadcast.

rebbel's avatar

Radio.
“Radio it in.”

SnipSnip's avatar

Broadcast

filmfann's avatar

Audiocast.

kritiper's avatar

Radio itself works.

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