pay-per-view


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pay-per-view

A feature of a pay TV service for premium content such as a sporting event or newly released movie. The subscriber pays an extra fee for viewing one time or a prescribed amount of time. See pay TV.
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com streams all of their pay-per-view events live and in high definition for the consumer of the digital age.
While a pay-per-view performance of Putting It Together rips several Stephen Sondheim tunes out of context, a new CD spotlights two of his lesser-known gems
Showtime's pay-per-view division, Showtime Event Television (SET), and cablers around the country will be the primary beneficiaries of Tyson's comeback.
With the long-anticipated rollout of digital cable technology finally under way, and the growing strength of digital satellite TV systems, pay-per-view IS suddenly threatening to become an interesting business.