cable tier


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cable tier

[′kā·bəl ‚tir]
(naval architecture)
The part of a ship used to store spare rigging and cables.
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and tape delayed to the rest of the country, had Sanchez facing Sacramento's Otis Griffin, who emerged as the winner among the 12 contestants from de la Hoya's show that first began on Fox and was moved to the FSN sports cable tier because of low ratings.
The episodes, televised exclusively on the Music Choice network's free video-on-demand service within Comcast's digital cable tier in Chicago, will be hosted by renowned local radio personalities Crazy Howard McGee or Tony Sculfield.
with NBC and CBS honchos saying they can envision a day not that far in the future where they migrate their service onto a cable tier.
Cable companies promise they will not go wild Thursday when the Federal Communications Commission stops regulating prices for all but limited basic packages - the cheapest cable tier that includes broadcast channels, public access and a few other channels.
Viewers in all of the new Raycom stations, as well as Tribune Broadcasting, Sinclair Broadcast Group and other television markets will be able to receive the network free, over the air on television sets equipped with digital tuners and on the digital cable tier where available.
Viewers in Sinclair, Tribune, Raycom and other television markets will be able to receive the network free, over-the-air on television sets equipped with digital tuners and on the digital cable tier where available.
Viewers in Tribune, Raycom and other television markets will be able to receive the network free, over-the-air on television sets equipped with digital tuners and on the digital cable tier where available.
Right now, TW is offering Disney Channel on the pay cable tier, where subscribers fork over a monthly fee, which Disney and Time Warner split.
IP and ASI outputs interface openly with BigBand platforms to avail multiple digital services, including Gigabit Ethernet transport between facilities, local digital advertising insertion with geographic targeting, switched broadcast for dynamic allocation of cable network resources only to the programming being watched by subscribers, and digital simulcast in which the basic cable tier can be accessed via analog and digital to support a gradual all-digital cable conversion.
Ad traffic is increasing significantly with digital cable tier and High-Definition channel ad avails; it will dramatically escalate as targeting and VOD ad models emerge.
FUSE profiles viewers aged 12-34 who are active online users, early adopters of new technology and most inclined to subscribe to digital cable tiers and digital cable modems, with 45 million basic subscribers.
Those Spanish-language digital cable tiers are lightly subscribed by Latino households.