4-D film noun a style of film presentation that combines 3-D with physical effects in the cinema itself, such as smells
So that’s the future of cinema, then – 4-D film.
[BBC Radio 5 Live 17 June 2011]
celebreality adjective of or relating to reality TV shows that feature celebrities rather than ordinary people
These ‘celebreality’ shows are never as interesting as they first sound.
[The Guardian (UK broadsheet) 2 April 2001]
structured reality noun reality TV in which the location and scenario is contrived by the producer but the interaction between the participants is unscripted
Daran Little, one of the show’s series producers said: ‘I actually think structured reality is here to stay and it doesn’t have to be highbrow.’
[www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat 23 May 2011]
vote up phrasal verb to vote for something that you like on a website or TV programme
We’re flipping traditional TV on its head and letting the kids decide what’s popular by voting things up and making them more discoverable.
[The Guardian (UK broadsheet) 2 April 2011]