pay television

(redirected from Subscription tv)
Also found in: Dictionary.

pay television

[′pā ′tel·ə‚vizh·ən]
(communications)
References in periodicals archive ?
Kristoffer McGinty bought gadgets, mobile phones, subscription TV services, event tickets and even takeaway orders with dad Michael's card.
Without the license, subscription TV providers would need to clear in advance the copyrighted works each retransmitted broadcast station will be airing, which creates obstacles for cable operators who are not involved in broadcasters' decisions regarding the programming they choose to make available over-the-air.
The availability of devices certified to the CVP-2 Guidelines will enable more consumers to view subscription TV content on more screens, all the while maintaining the full subscriber experience and user interface.
Subscription TV is starting to suffer already as customers migrate away from decoders to programmable devices capable of handling several channels.
Washington, Aug 23 ( ANI ): Google Inc has started discussions with the National Football League to buyout rights for the 'Sunday Ticket' subscription TV service, currently owned by DirecTv.
Internet TV is a fast growing segment of the subscription TV market because it offers subscription services and network channels through the Internet rather than fixed-line cable or geographically limited satellite services.
A model that--with subscription TV reaching up to 88.
FiOS was the only subscription TV service to top 70 on the latest index and was trailed by the DISH Network, which had a score of 69, and by AT&T's U-Verse and DirecTV, which each had scores of 68.
Rumour: Microsoft unveiling Xbox subscription TV service at E3
Hong Kong Cable TV (HKC), a provider of subscription TV and Internet services, has deployed a shared storage, HD production environment, based on a K2 storage area network (SAN) and an Aurora production suite from Grass Valley.
Summary: DUBAI - Eurostar, a pioneer in the digital satellite receiver industry, and Pace plc, a leading global developer of technologies and products for managed subscription TV and broadband services, have been appointed by etisalat to enable delivery of digital TV services to its customers.
According to Littleton, Time Warner enjoys what she calls "a favored-nations clause to ensure that Time Warner Cable does not pay a higher rate for the stations than any other subscription TV provider.