cable television service


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Noun1.cable television service - a television system that transmits over cables
transmission line, cable, line - a conductor for transmitting electrical or optical signals or electric power
television system, television - a telecommunication system that transmits images of objects (stationary or moving) between distant points
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3 billion people, with more than 70% living in rural communities which today have little or no broadcast or cable television service.
Oriental Cable Network (OCN), formerly known as Shanghai Cable, operates the world's largest metropolitan cable television service that covers the entire area of Shanghai, delivering more than 61 channels to a subscriber base of over 4 million viewers.
In the second phase of deployment, Bledsoe will deploy the BLC 6000 in new remote sites to reach the remaining subscribers who are currently being served by its cable television service.
We chose San Francisco and Boston as the first target markets to launch our local cable television service because of high client demand in those cities.
The company's 248 employees provide world-class broadband cable television service on 16 Bahamian islands; high-speed Internet access services in Grand Bahama, Abaco, Eleuthera and New Providence; connectivity between the Bahamas and the rest of the world with a 850-kilometre, submarine, fibre-optic system owned and operated by wholly-owned subsidiary Caribbean Crossings Ltd; and web-hosting, data centre, and disaster recovery services through wholly-owned subsidiary Maxil Communications Ltd.
Stratford offers business and residential local and long-distance voice service, cable television service to 7 area communities and Internet access in 4 area communities under the trade name of GlobalCCS.
The OpenCable Applications Platform (OCAP) is a software specification for interactive television designed to enable interactive software to run on any cable television service adopting the specification.
It provides cable television and broadband services to 58 municipalities and 37 corregimientos, and in March 2005 it will expand its coverage to 118 Colombian municipalities, becoming the cable television service provider with the largest fiber optic network in Colombia.
Locally, Time Warner Cable provides cable television service in 182 communities in the Rochester, Finger Lakes and Batavia regions.
O'Brien to bring in some competition for cable television service in the city.
Efforts also are underway to restore cable television service to customers living in areas affected by storm-related outages.