DTH

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DTH

(Direct-To-Home) Typically refers to satellite TV broadcasting directly to a dish antenna on the roof of a house. See DBS.
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This is expanding across additional territories beyond MENA, helping grow the reach of the existing Direct-to-Home portfolio of channels active on Arabsat-5C, and supporting the addition of more leading channels on Arabsat-5C in the very near future."
SES Video reaches over 351 million TV homes, through Direct-to-Home (DTH) platforms and cable, terrestrial, and IPTV networks globally.
An FIA spokesman said here on Sunday that officials, along with teams of Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) and Customs Department, launched a crackdown on illegal sale of Direct-to-Home (DTH) equipment.
Dish TV is the DTH platform of Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd, and Videocon d2h is the direct-to-home television arm of Videocon Industries Ltd.
It is pertinent to mention here that a full member bench of Lahore High Court declared the auction of Direct-to-Home service (DTH) licenses 'illegal'.
The partnership will see Turner-owned channels, such as Cartoon Network, Boomerang, TCM (Turner Classic Movies), HLN (Headline News) and CNN HD, being offered on DTH (direct-to-home) via beIN's distribution network across the Middle East and North Africa.
DUBLIN, Ohio -- With this year's $2.07 billion acquisition of direct-to-home medical supplies distributor AssuraMed, Cardinal moved to take a leadership position in the home health care market.
This licence enables YahLive to transmit direct-to-home satellite television services from the UAE.
SES Astra, a Direct-to-Home (DTH) satellite system in Europe, is expanding into central and eastern Europe, and plans to enter into a new growth market, Bulgaria, in days, the company announced.
He is responsible for raising Schwan's profile as America's largest direct-to-home, food-delivery business and recruiting talent to headquarters in Marshall.
FOOTBALL pools operator Sportech, which has incorporated the Littlewoods, Vernons and Zetters brands, reported yesterday its traditional direct-to-home market has proved resilient during the recession, but online business had not grown as quickly as expected.