cable television

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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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There have been incredible changes in cable television, for instance video on demand, high definition television, Internet high-speed service, digital telephone service,'' she said.
4 billion compared to $482 million on cable television last year, according to Monitor de Medios Publicitarios, "Cable television will never replace broadcast TV in effectiveness as far as publicity:' says Miriam Garrone, head of market research for Channel 13, one of the few broadcast channels breaking even.
The 49-year-old McKinney is one of the most influential men in the business, and as head of CAB, he stresses the advantages of cable television as an advertising medium for both national and local consumer products.
The Cable Television & Communications Association of Illinois is a state trade association for the cable television industry.
The safest thing to say at this point is the industry is deeply troubled and gravely concerned about this legislation,'' said Dennis Mangers, senior vice president of the California Cable Television Association.
Founded in 1988 by members of the cable television industry, Cable Television Laboratories is a non-profit research and development consortium that is dedicated to pursuing new cable telecommunications technologies and to helping its cable operator members integrate those advancements into their business objectives.
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.
CableLabs(R), DOCSIS(R), CableHome(R), PacketCable(TM), OpenCable(TM), OCAP(TM), CableCARD(TM), DCAS(TM), M-Card(TM), Go2Broadband(SM) and CableNET(R) are marks of Cable Television Laboratories, Inc.
Oriental Cable Network (OCN), formerly known as Shanghai Cable Network, operates the world's largest cable television city network that covers the entire Shanghai city, broadcasting more than 61 channels to a subscriber base of over 4 million viewers.
LLC, a company managed by Cequel III, LLC, for the sale of certain cable television systems in West Virginia and Virginia.
128 references a Set-top Gateway specification for transmission systems for interactive cable television services.
LAS VEGAS -- Top executives of the nation's largest cable television operating companies and consumer electronics firms today, for the first time, discussed elements of their pending plans for system preparation and early trials of advanced-interactive digital video technologies.
The Quebec-based telecom provider registered strong growth in all service segments: cable television, Internet access and residential telephone service.
NEW YORK -- TNS Media Intelligence (TNS MI), the leading provider of strategic advertising and marketing information, today announced that beginning in March 2006 the company will begin tracking advertising occurrences for local cable television in the San Francisco and Boston markets.
Net2Phone (NASDAQ: NTOP) and CMA Communications (CMA), a cable television operator with 130,000 homes passed in the US, today announced that they've expanded their agreement to provide cable telephony services to four additional markets in Texas and Nevada.