FTV

(redirected from Free to view)
AcronymDefinition
FTVFirst Time Video
FTVFashion TV
FTVFree to View (satellite television)
FTVFlight Test Vehicle
FTVFukushima Television Broadcasting Co. (Japan)
FTVFederación de Tierra y Vivienda (Spanish: Land and Housing Federation; Argentina)
FTVFixation Technique de Vireux (French hardware manufacturer)
FTVFestival de Théâtre de Vernouillet (French theater festival)
FTVFinish the Verse
FTVFire Theft Vandalism
FTVFunctional Test Vehicle
FTVFranchise Tax voucher (California )
References in periodicals archive ?
Com, a free to view, advertising supported, video on demand video platform for IPTV, OTT, and Mobile platforms.
These items will be free to view on DPLA's website, joining LC's existing collection in DPLA of more than 100,000 ebooks.
Saturday at Jim Wright Memorial Field in Cottage Grove; sponsored by Oregon Aviation Historical Society; watch and maybe even ride in vintage aircraft; free to view aircraft, talk to pilots and tour History Center; weather permitting, between 25 and 30 open cockpit biplanes and other vintage aircraft expected; biplane rides by Nostalgic Warbird & Biplane Rides will be available for purchase; food and drink also availablefor purchase; oregonaviation.
Peggy left behind a gallery of historic paintings, free to view at her home in Venice.
The show was free to view and there were plenty of deck chairs set up for people to sit back and relax on.
The exhibition is free to view and will be held at the Mall of the Emirates from April 2 to 9.
Members' work is for display and sale and the annual exhibition of members' work is free to view and is on show until May 3.
The work will be shown in the studio space at the weekends and during half term and will be free to view.
Free to view Al Arabiyachannel will broadcast news talk and debate.
These documents are free to view within standard HTML web browsers, and can support a number of downstream manufacturing use cases.
com/new musicaward and will also be screened at The Bluecoat, and are free to view.
Summary: BEIRUT: Information Minister Tarek Mitri announced Friday that the World Cup would be free to view around Lebanon, with the government having struck a deal with Al-Jazeera over viewing rights.