subscription television


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subscription television

n
(Broadcasting) another name for pay television
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Translations
télévision à péage
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Earlier, subscription television by cable used to provide broad range of options in the field of entertainment.
With the arrival of subscription television (STV) in 1995, sport unquestionably became the most important economic force in television.
The annual ASTRA awards, held on Thursday evening, celebrate Australian subscription television.
* 42nd--the rank of subscription television service providers, out of 43 industries in the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI), "an independent national measure of customer satisfaction with the quality of products and services," according to the "ACSI Telecommunications and Information Report 2014" (bit.ly/lvX278D; free registration required)
Can they afford to watch football on subscription television? Just a thought.
The Japan Consortium, which includes NHK (the Japan Broadcasting Corporation) and the Japan Commercial Broadcasters Association, has acquired the broadcast rights across all media platforms, including free-to-air television, subscription television, internet and mobile.
Tapped by former NBC president Sylvester "Pat" Weaver, Lavery joined the maverick Subscription Television (STV) as vice president and resident counsel; the odds of success for pay TV were considered high, and there were proposals for a constitutional amendment barring subscription TV.
Among the best segments of DeFino's book is his resurrection of the forgotten history of one of the most interesting early experiments in what was then called "pay television": a California outfit called Subscription Television Inc.
You've ruined Champions League football for millions without subscription television."
But there are also other issues to be addressed, like the increasing costs of subscription television due to a growing number of sports channels.
It also has a 50 per cent stake in pay-television company Foxtel alongside Telstra, giving it what Australia's antitrust regulator calls a near-monopoly on subscription television.
Here it is also worth mentioning that MTS has been reported to renew negotiating the purchase of Akado a the large Internet and subscription television provider in Moscow.