Online Pirates in the Crosshairs
- NMA TV: A view to pay. // Design Week (Online Edition);2/24/2011, p2424
The article presents information on the micropayments in which the users pay small amounts for single pieces of content that work well for online music buying. The broadcasters are seeking for the method to apply the system to their video on demand (VOD) services. Pay-per-view (PPV) television...
- U.S. Households With Cable Television, 1977-1998. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2000, p189
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- Pay-TV comes to Tanzania. Omolo, Leo Odera // African Business;Oct97, Issue 225, p39
Reports on the debut of subscription television in Tanzania. Background history of television broadcasting in the country; Agreement between Dar es Salaam Television and Multichoice-Kaleidoscope Africa to rebroadcast three pay-TV channels to Tanzania; Subscription costs.
- Sports teams aren't picking up PPV ball. Brown, Rich // Broadcasting & Cable;5/10/93, Vol. 123 Issue 19, p26
Reports on the number of major league teams having local pay-per-view (PPV) deals. Failure of PPV; List of teams with PPV; Cost of PPV.
- Pay TV in Mexico. Blears, James // Business Mexico;May1994, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p46
Discusses Mexico as a fertile territory for pay television. Reason for the untapped pay television market; Role of advertising in expansion of the Mexican pay television market; Technology as the main element lacking; Structure of the pay television.
- Movie PPV gets more channels, early starts. Hall, Lee // Electronic Media;06/23/97, Vol. 16 Issue 26, p16
Provides information on how beneficial pay-per-view (PPV) channels are to cable operators. Comments from Jim Robbins, chief executive officer (CEO) Cox Communications; Detailed information on Comsouth Telecable; Conclusion of the Berstein study of 1,000 satellite home.
- Video on demand. Kaplan, R. // American Demographics;Jun92, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p38
Reports that a new kind of pay-per-view system in New York City could be the first giant step toward widespread home use of interactive media products. Americans will interact with television programs that have high entertainment value; In creasing acceptance of online products will cause...
- The box that's challenging MTV. Maines, John // American Demographics;Jul92, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p10
Describes The Box, a new music television service. The Box viewers select a video by dialing 900 number, entering code to select video; Plays in 33 states; Geared for 18-to-34 year-old age group; Receives about 500,000 call-in requests a month; Interactive television.
- The grey market crack-down begins. Jenkinson, Michael // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;7/22/96, Vol. 23 Issue 32, p20
Reports on the filing of a lawsuit by Canada's leading pay television networks, seeking an injunction against distributors and sellers of the 18-inch RCA satellite dish used to receive the American direct broadcast satellite service DirecTv. Controversy around Canada's 1985 Radio-communication...