a brand name for an off-camera device that displays a magnified script so that it is visible to the performers or speakers on a television program.
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How to use TelePrompTer in a sentence
When pressed on what he thought of Kilborn, Colbert replied: “He was really good at treading the TelePrompTer.”
The lines—by both actors—are delivered as if they were read from an off-camera TelePrompTer, and the chemistry is non-existent.Revisiting ‘Valentine’s Day,’ the Star-Studded V-Day Movie Disasterpiece | Marina Watts | February 14, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
But Bonds was no airhead who could only read from a TelePrompTer.
Production assistants are crossing things off cue cards, and TelePrompTer copy is constantly changing.
She did acknowledge that, um, Obama won the election in November, but then pivoted to a lame TelePrompTer joke.
British Dictionary definitions for Teleprompter
trademark US and Canadian an electronic television prompting device whereby a prepared script, unseen by the audience, is enlarged line by line for the speaker: equivalent in Britain (and certain other countries) Autocue
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