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- n. A grouping of television channels, generated at television stations, broadcast over a unified terrestrial or satellite system from which a subscriber may choose various packages to accept and pay for (if not free-to-air)
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In an early taste of how Putin meant to enforce the unwritten contract, security guards brandishing automatic weapons and legal documents raided the Ostankino Tower offices of Gusinsky’s NTV television network in the middle of the night on Easter Sunday 2001.27 By sunrise, NTV was a new television network with an editorial philosophy more in harmony with the Kremlin’s worldview.
In 1971, the CBS television network and videotape manufacturer Memorex combined efforts to design the CMX-600, the first digital-disk-based nonlinear editing system.
Targets have included Japanese technology-and-media giant Sony Corp., U.S. public broadcaster PBS, and television network Fox, a unit of News Corp. , which also owns The Wall Street Journal.