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EPG

(Electronic Program Guide) An online listing of TV or other programs. Periodically, EPGs are downloaded into set-top boxes so that viewers can preview offerings by time or category and set reminders.
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EPG has a team dedicated to the Emirates NBD account, whose activities, comprising the delivery of documents and parcels to customers and within the bank s branches as well as inter-departmental mail.
We picked EPG Security for our event first based on their wide range of clients and second on their approach to security.
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Sky occasionally reshuffles the EPG numbers to create more space in the listings, but viewers should rest assured that Racing Post Greyhound TV will continue to be broadcast on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings as usual.
Etisalat's EPG is a versatile platform that can easily adapt to Smartworld's business model, thereby, providing a secure and robust payment platform to its customers.
The Freeview EPG is a customised version of S&T's MHEG Guide product and will be available on all Freeview EPG-branded receivers that go on sale in Australia starting this month.
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Getting the look, feel and content of the EPG absolutely right will be of strategic importance for digital media companies, it added.
NDS Dynamic, the advanced advertising solution from NDS, has been deployed across the consolidated cable network in Sichuan Province to enable additional revenues from EPG advertising
The special events division of Minneapolis-based EPG Security Group is exploding, repeatedly beating out other security firms for business in the music festival industry.