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CTVCitrus Tristeza Virus
CTVCentro Televisivo Vaticano (Vatican Television Center)
CTVCatch the Vision
CTVChildren's Television
CTVCanadian Television Network
CTVConventional Television
CTVConfederación de Trabajadores de Venezuela (Workers Confederation of Venezuela)
CTVCable Television
CTVClick to View
CTVClinical Target Volume (radiotherapy treatment)
CTVComité Technique des Vaccinations (French: Technical Committee on Vaccinations)
CTVContest the Vote
CTVColor Television
CTVChannel Television (UK)
CTVCrew Transfer Vehicle
CTVCrew Transport Vehicle (NASA)
CTVClub Taurin Vicois (French bullfighting club)
CTVControl Test Vehicle
CTVCorpo Truppe Volontarie (Italian: Voluntary Troops Corps; Spanish Civil War)
CTVCampus TeleVideo
CTVCourt Television
CTVCartonnages Techniques de Villefranche (French cardboard display manufacturer)
CTVConsolidated Tax Voucher
CTVCompatibility Test Van
CTVClinical Trials Victoria (Australia)
CTVCharpente Toiture Varoise (French roofing company)
CTVCentre de Télécommunication Vendéen (French telecommunications company)
CTVCompletion-Time Variance (processing)
CTVCapital Timber Value
CTVCitrusTV (Syracuse University, NY)
CTVCylindrical Test Vehicle
CTVCommission Technique de Versailles
CTVConsorzio Trasporti Veneziano (Venetian Transport Consortium, Italy)
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This was about 26 percent more than the average hourly earnings for cable and other pay television services, and 39 percent more than workers in the total private economy.(9) However, when looking at average weekly earnings, which take the number of hours worked during the survey period into account, workers in radio and television broadcasting earned $656 per week, only about 9 percent more than workers in cable television. Nonsupervisory workers in cable television averaged 41.4 hours per week, or 5.7 hours more than workers in radio and television broadcasting.
Finally, with The Cable Television Consumer Protection and Competition Act of 1992, consumers were supposed to see relief as cable services were reregulated.
Cable television is area-specific in most regions of the country.
Libraries may even want to consider commercial partners such as cable television and the telephone company to extend services.
The cable television companies want to deliver both interactive and local telephone service via their networks, and the telephone companies want to deliver entertainment and other cable services.
The workshops--sponsored by Cable in the Classroom and the National Cable Television Association--will offer adults practical suggestions on how to harness the power of television and control its impact on children.
"It is incumbent upon cable television companies to do everything within their power to exploit the tremendous technology at our disposal to give people rapid access to information."
In May 1955, with only $2,000 in his pocket, Prokopchuk designed and built one of the first cable television systems in Canada.
Will the franchise your city granted for cable television service expire in the text three to five years?
Imagine that you had only to turn on your cable television to access a roster of hundreds of movies, or programs in a price range to match your finances, or a paid-for package of selected events from a future Olympics.
But that changed with the advent of cable television. Knowing they'd be heavily regulated by Congress and the FCC, cable operators burst on the scene with a sizable PAC and generous honoraria, starting a bidding war of sorts with broadcasters.
Japan Cable and Telecommunications Association was established in September 1980 by cable television companies as its main constituent members.