free to air TV

free to air TV

Television transmitted over the air without charge for the delivery of the signal to the viewer. Free to air TV broadcasting was the first television service, which was paid for by product advertising. When cable and satellite systems came on the scene, they charged for the delivery of the signal.
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Thank ye, my lad," said the man, running in for his hat; then pausing for a moment, "Will you give evidence of what you saw if I should bring the fellow up before a magistrate?
If I am called upon to give evidence at all"--he smiled broadly--"it will probably be as a witness for the defence.
Strangely enough, I can give evidence that will demolish one contention of the prosecution.
Cavendish, of course, could not be called upon to give evidence against her husband.
You'll bear that in mind, Mr Richard; you had better make a note of it, sir, in case you should ever be called upon to give evidence.
These were enhanced in 2007 with a television service known as BBC Arabic TV, which is a free to air TV news and entertainment channel, produced at the BBC's Headquarters in London.
With more than 900 free to air TV channels currently serving TV viewers across the Arab world and hundreds more Pay TV channels also fighting for audience share, Cabsat will shine a torch on the abundant disruptive and transformative monetisation avenues for satellite providers, telcos, broadcasters, content producers, independent entertainment providers Internet Protocol Television and Over The Top channels," LohMirmand said.
George Atkinson If the rugby goes off free to air TV then its popularity will plummet.
We could have got two or three without free to air TV and they would have been a lot less than we hope to get.
This deal cements MBC's position as a pioneer of high quality free to air TV in the region.
In three judgements, delivered on 17 February, the EU Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled in favour of member states which want to broadcast the whole of the Football World Cup and the European Championship to a broad public and which want to prioritise free to air TV channels(1).
The launch of the T-BoxEoAaAo to TelstraEoACAOs eligible broadband households enables Telstra, one of the largest telecom operators in the world, to introduce HD free to air TV, BigPond TV and YouTubeEoAaAo videos to one set top box and accessible through a single remote.