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pay-TV

(pā′tē-vē′)
n.
A system for receiving television broadcasts by making subscription payments, as by renting a device that unscrambles the broadcaster's scrambled signal. Also called pay television.
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Satellite Pay-TV: Key Economics & Prospects assesses the market structure, trends, drivers and current/future financial aspects of the direct-to-home pay-TV business.
IMS Research said it does not regard over-the-top (OTT) video as any significant threat to pay-TV operators.
Showtime Arabia, a leading Pay-TV station in the Middle East, has announced the appointment of Marc-Antoine d'Halluin to the position of President and CEO.
According to a recent study published by research group Media Partners Asia, Asia's pay-TV industry will see some major increases in revenue and viewer penetration over the next decade.
The chasm separating pay TV's potential from pay TV's reality led to the creation in 2003 of the Latin American Multichannel Advertising Council, or LAMAC, representing the interests of 25 pay-TV channels that operate in Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America.
SINGAPORE -- The worldwide Pay-TV market grew at a steady pace in 2012 generating $238 billion by end-of-year, up from $223 billion in 2011, according to ABI Research's "Pay-TV ARPU and Revenues" Market Data.
Australia's largest regional pay-TV provider, Austar United Communications, made a strong debut on the Australian Stock Exchange this summer.
SINGAPORE -- Global pay-TV market added nearly 47 million subscribers in 2012 reaching a total of 864 million subscribers.
17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The pay-TV market is evolving, and boundaries are increasingly blurred between pay and free-to-air (FTA) TV services.
The business of pay-TV is growing in direct correlation with the demand for more television viewing choices.
The pay-TV market is evolving due to the emergence of new video services that are delivered to the TV over the public Internet.
SINGAPORE -- The worldwide pay-TV market is growing on all major TV platforms worldwide, including cable, satellite, and IPTV.