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| name=Television
| affiliation=*Combine
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| usedby=*Citizens
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'''Televisions''' are used by the Combine to broadcast Breencasts in the home of City 17's Citizens.


*The Television is one of the few human devices the Combine recycled for their needs, as with the Rail transport|trains, for instance. 

*The Resistance also uses television monitors to Resistance communication|communicate, as seen at Shorepoint Base|Shorepoint.


*The televisions found in the apartments in the ''Half-Life '' chapter ''Point Insertion'' can be unplugged, after which they will immediately turn off. Once they are unplugged, their cables disappear.

*In the ''Half-Life 2'' chapter ''Half-Life 2 storyline One|Anticitizen One'', the The G-Man|G-Man can be seen on an FileD3 c17 020018.jpg|unplugged television monitor, with eerie music playing in the background.

*When turned off, the television reveals an empty body behind the screen. It is either a developer's oversight, or a result of the customization made by the Combine to have it work only with their broadcasting technology.


FileD1 trainstation 030011.jpg|Citizens looking at incoming Civil Protection|Metrocops while a Breencast is broadcast on a TV monitor.
FileBreencast telly.jpg|Breencast on a TV monitor.
FileG-Man Vort TV.jpg|Vortigaunt operating a television where the G-Man can be seen replacing Wallace Breen|Breen.
FileLeon Alyx TV.jpg|Leon and Alyx Vance|Alyx's transmission at Shorepoint.
FileD3 c17 020018.jpg|The G-Man seen on a television monitor with a Earth creatures on his shoulder in the chapter ''Anticitizen One''.

==List of appearances==

*https// ''Half-Life 2'' at E3 2004 Tenements {{1st}} {{Nc}}
*''Half-Life 2''
*''Half-Life 2 Episode One''

CategoryResistance technology
CategoryCombine technology