cable television

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  • noun

Synonyms for cable television

television that is transmitted over cable directly to the receiver

a television system that transmits over cables

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Update cable television franchise agreements every three to five years to reflect changes in technology and customer service standards.
InterMedia Partners, the nation's 22nd largest MSO, representing approximately 650,000 cable television households.
Since one of the benefits of cable television was the increased channel capacity it offered, even more channels and networks with specialized programs developed.
But a number of groups for consumers and senior citizens endorsed the measure, contending that controls are needed because cable television has become a modern media lifeline.
Camelot Communications anticipates concluding negotiations shortly with the FCC to approve the transactions and receive permission for the commencement of construction of the wireless cable television system.
Luff also has received two Vanguard Cable Television awards, and is a published author on issues related to cable television, emerging technologies and fiber optics.
Lombardi, president of Jones Financial Group, commented, "We have had ongoing discussions with BCETI about the possible expansion of our relationship outside of the United Kingdom, and we believe the time is right to join forces to take advantage of the tremendous growth opportunities for cable television, telephony and future services in the U.
People in the Reading area are ready for the benefits that competition naturally breeds and cable television is certainly a consumer product for which competition is long overdue," Bednarsh said.
Geneva selected VBrick encoder appliances to stream cable television channels to each classroom across the district's gigabit fiber optic network - thereby eliminating the requirement for a separate classroom television coax cable deployment.
26 /PRNewswire/ -- New Jersey's cable television companies today pledged their adherence to a Commitment to Customer Service, part of an ambitious new direction entitled Cable Television: Changing With New Jersey.
Proven through the work of cable television operators and key partners at an eTV interoperability event held earlier this year at CableLabs(R), the addition of VOD triggering to the national eTV specification means that broadcasters of popular national programming can "embed" a signal in their show that allows viewers to call up an on-demand stream of additional entertainment or advertising content in a standard way supported by the cable operators.
18 /PRNewswire/ -- Current and future capabilities of cable television in New Jersey will be showcased in a one-hour live telecast -- "Connecting the Future: How Cable Television is Changing with New Jersey.
Nasdaq:CHTR) (the "Company" or "Charter") today announced the signing of two separate definitive agreements to sell certain cable television systems serving a total of approximately 549,000 revenue generating units ("RGUs") including 316,000 analog video, 142,000 digital video and 91,000 high-speed Internet customers, for an aggregate of approximately $896 million.
NEW YORK, July 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Manhattan Partners announced today that it has acquired Contec International, a national cable television equipment repair concern, from Westinghouse Credit Corporation.
PacketCable-based standards are known internationally as IPCablecom, and this recently approved suite covers such topics as architecture, network call signaling, call management server (CMS) to CMS signaling, quality of service (QoS), support for multimedia and other functions necessary to provide time-critical interactive services over a cable television network using IP.