retransmission


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retransmission

(ˌriːtrænzˈmɪʃən)
n
the act or process of retransmitting
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If the current retransmission regime is generally well-functioning,
Last summer we filed comments with the commission urging it to consider updates to retransmission consent rules, including a proposal to prohibit programming vendors from requiring rural multichannel video program distributors to pay for undesired programming in order to gain access to desired programming and to forbid arrangements that tie desired broadcast programming to other video or online programming.
Another performance metric used to highlight the link adaptation error problem is retransmission ratio.
Decreasing advertising revenue and audience numbers have pushed broadcasters to acquire more TV stations that have multiple revenue streams, including retransmission fees from cable operators who pay to carry channels.
Broadcasters compare the service to a cable TV operator and demand retransmission fees.
The traditional TCP protocol for retransmission has time delay and increases data traffic in the network.
The Luxembourg judges first noted that TVC's activity comes within the scope of the directive since the right of communication to the public covers any transmission or retransmission of a work to the public not present at the place where the communication originates, by wire or wireless means, including broadcasting.
(3) Error Correction-based Protocol: A protocol that uses loss-correction encoding that restores lost data to ensure data integrity after packet losses without retransmission.
Representatives of cable providers Comcast and Suddentink declined to comment on whether they thought Nexstar's new partnership with Mission in Little Rock would change retransmission negotiations.
Even though these recent works [14-17] on WVSN networks address the interplay between the image transmission and image processing, they do not consider the MAC retransmission power loss so that it is not applicable to the real WVSN networks.
"The broadcasting group is achieving improving economics through its ability to secure retransmission fees, which effectively creates a dual revenue stream model of advertising and retransmission dollars equivalent to cable networks that secure ad dollars and affiliate fees," James Goss, an analyst with Chicago-based Barrington Research Associates Inc., wrote in a research note last Monday.
Summary: C'est la commemoration par les fans de la naissance d'Elvis Presly le 8 Janvier 1935, avec retransmission des concerts du king et distribution de gateau d'anniversaire aux visiteurs a Graceland.