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FTAFree To Air (satellite broadcast)
FTAFree-to-air (free television)
FTAFederal Transit Administration (US government)
FTAFree-Trade Agreement
FTAFree Trade Area
FTAFortuna (Amtrak station code; Fortuna, CA)
FTAFree Throws Attempted (basketball)
FTAFailure to Acquire (biometrics)
FTAFreight Transport Association (UK)
FTAFault Tree Analysis
FTAFree to Advertise
FTAFestival Transamériques (Canadian festival)
FTAForeign Trade Act (various locations)
FTAFailure To Appear (in court)
FTAFrom the Article
FTAFeed the Addiction
FTAFirst Trust Advisors LP (Wheaton, IL)
FTAFree Trade Alliance (gaming)
FTAFederation of Tax Administrators (IRS)
FTAForum on Tax Administration (various organizations)
FTAFederal Transit Authority
FTAFlexographic Technical Association
FTAFree Trade Agreement
FTAFree to Air
FTAFan Tray Assembly
FTAFuture Teachers of America
FTAFlorida Trail Association (Gainesville, FL)
FTAFire Training Academy (various locations)
FTAForeign Trade Association
FTAFund Transfer Agreement (California)
FTAFine-Tuning Argument
FTAFederal Telecommunications Act of 1996
FTAForgive Them All
FTAFor the Alliance (World of Warcraft)
FTAFluides Techniques Applications (French: Fluids Technical Applications)
FTAFull Type Approval
FTAFault Tolerant Architecture (software)
FTAFundamental Theorem of Algebra
FTAFree The Army
FTAFrench Tax Authority
FTAFringe Theatre Adventures (Edmonton, Canada)
FTAFirst Time Applicant (various organizations)
FTAFace Threatening Act (politeness theory)
FTAFoundation for Traffic Safety (AAA)
FTAFirst Technical Advisor (various organizations)
FTAFor the Awesome
FTAFor the Art Clothing (Philadelphia, PA)
FTAFundamental Theorem of Arithmetic
FTAFlexible Packaging Association
FTAFlorida Trucking Association
FTAFun, Travel, and Adventure
FTAFile Transfer Appliance
FTAFair Trials Abroad (legal rights; various locations)
FTAFrancs Tireurs Artésiens (French archery organization)
FTAFailed to Arrive (shipping)
FTAFerrapie Transport Affrètement (French cleaning company)
FTAFair Trade Authority (online safety network)
FTAFailure Tree Analysis
FTAFirst Term Airmen
FTAFlowline Termination Assembly
FTAFree Tools Association
FTAFloptical Technology Association
FTAFailure to Adapt
FTAFondos de Titulización de Activos (Spanish)
FTAFluorescent Treponemal Antibodies
FTAFinancial Times Actuaries
FTAFraunhofer Technology Academy (Germany)
FTAFormation Technical Authority (Canada)
FTAField Terminal Assembly
FTAFloatation Tank Association (UK)
FTAFunctional Tolerancing and Annotation
FTAFinancial Training Associates
FTAFlight Test Associates Inc (Mojave, CA)
FTAFederazione del Terziario Avanzato (Italy)
FTAFlorida Theatrical Association
FTAFlight To America (military)
FTAFraternity Trade Association
FTAFork Truck Association
FTAFollow The Airborne
FTAFailure Trend Analysis
FTAFree The Animals
FTAFacility TEMPEST Assessment
FTAFluorescent Treponema Absorption (test for syphilis)
FTAFlorida Transportation Association, Inc.
FTAFailure to Authenticate
FTAFlying Tippler Association of America
FTAFilm and Television Archives (UCLA)
FTAFirearms Training Associates, Inc.
FTAFunctional Test Assembly
FTAForeign Telecommunication Administration
FTAField Technical Authority
FTAFinest Training Available (military)
FTAFree Thinkers of America
FTAFast-Twich A
FTAFast Time Analyzer/Analysis
FTAForis Tui Animus (Opening Your Soul; band)
FTAFractal Tree Antenna
FTAFuture Tailgaters of America (various user sites)
FTAFixed-Term Assignment
FTAFull Test Approval
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Eurosport has committed to broadcasting only 200 hours of summer Olympics and 100 hours of winter Games on free-to-air television and says in many territories it will sub-license these back to a terrestrial broadcaster - possibly, but not necessarily, the BBC.
"For Discovery in the Middle East, this is the biggest event in the free-to-air space this year."
The SNP claim is built on EU rules that allow members to list sporting or cultural "crown jewel" events of major importance to society to be broadcast on free-to-air TV.
Sports boss Ryle Nugent said: "RTE is proud to secure coverage of our national side in these major international fixtures which guarantees that Irish fans will be able to follow their team's journey to qualify for these key tournaments free-to-air."
When compared to a recent report from the Commercial Economic Advisory Service Australia (CEASA), it showed the amount of money spent on online advertising is on track to overtake advertising on both newspapers and free-to-air TV in 2013, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.
Announcing the campaign at a press conference, MBC said the campaign will promote and push for quicker HD shift and persuade free-to-air viewers to make a one-off purchase of a (Technosat) HD set-top box to enjoy the greater clarity of HD TV.
"The digital switchover late this year will offer regional Queenslanders access to the same number of free-to-air channels as are available in the capital cities," said Senator Stephen Conroy, Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy.
At the Oxford Media Conference, he said: "The universal delivery of high quality free-to-air content faces immediate threats and a future which is by no means certain.
As Australia undergoes the switch from analogue to digital free-to-air TV, the government is funding a new satellite service to provide digital television to viewers in remote areas where free-to-air digital TV can't be received by TV antennas.
Ryan, above, argued by making the games free-to-air it would boost rugby's popularity and bring it to a wider audience than the current affluent circle in which it is concentrated.
"I fully support the principle of protecting major sports events for free-to-air coverage," said the minister.
Yesterday, Hugh Robertson, the new minister for sport and the Olympics, announced that the decision to review TV's free-to-air list of sports events had been deferred until the end of the digital switchover.