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COX BUSINESS TV. Everything you need to know about Cox Business TV service.

COX BUSINESS TV. Everything you need to know about Cox Business TV service.

Available only to commercial customers. Services and features not available in all areas. Not all services available for public viewing and pricing may vary. Cox Basic service required for local HD channels, and Cox Digital Cable required for premium HD channels and DVR. Paid subscription to Digital HBO, Starz or Showtime required for HBO HD, Starz HD, or Showtime HD, respectively. HDTV set and an HD/DVR receiver or CableCARD required. Monthly DVR service fee per DVR box applies. Available DVR recording space varies based on type of programming recorded. On DeMAND and MusicChoice Channels cannot be recorded. Installation charges may apply. Number of digital outlets may be limited. All programming and pricing are subject to change. Names of programming services, features, and/or programmers are the property of their respective owners. The Interactive Program Guide is a customized version of the Pioneer PASSPORT DCT. Pioneer and the Pioneer logo are registered trademarks of the Pioneer electronic Corporation. PASSPORT DCT and the PASSPORT DCT logo are trademarks of Pioneer Digital Technologies, Inc. All other product names mentioned in this publication are trademarks of their respective owners. Other restrictions may apply. Services provided by Cox Business, a division of CoxCom, Inc. ©2010 Cox Communications, Inc. All rights reserved.
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ARRIS Wireless TV Receiver Product Manual. VIP2500 For use with your AT&T U-verse TV Service

ARRIS Wireless TV Receiver Product Manual. VIP2500 For use with your AT&T U-verse TV Service

If your HDTV has a DVI input, you can use an HDMI-to-DVI converter cable to connect to the VIP2500 HDMI connector. Use a cable with an HDMI connector on one end and a DVI connector on the other end. We do not recommend using an HDMI-to-DVI or DVI-to-HDMI adapter. Because DVI does not carry audio, a separate audio connection is required for a DVI TV. If your TV has an optical S/PDIF audio connection, use the OPTICAL connection. Otherwise, use the baseband AUDIO L and R connections.

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Understanding the influence basic service and value-added service usage has on customer churn in Pay-TV subscription services

Understanding the influence basic service and value-added service usage has on customer churn in Pay-TV subscription services

monthly expenditure, is positively associated to churn probability and that heavy users are most likely to churn (Madden et al., 1999; Anh et al., 2006). Burez and Poel (2007) also measure usage using financial indicators because of the broadcasting nature and the technological limitations to colleting actual viewing statistics. However, when examining actual usage behavior for mobile services (ex. minutes of usage, number of calls, number of short messages - SMS), Kermati and Ardabili (2011) found that usage is negatively associated with churn probability. These findings are more consistent with those of Bolton (1998) and Bolton and Lemon (1998). This divergence can attributed to the fact that usage in churn analysis is most commonly measured using financial indicators rather than actual service usage statistics. Although Geetha and Kumari (2011) suggest that both measures are good predictors of customer behavior, Li et al. (2015) have demonstrated that models that account for actual behavioral usage will better predict customer churn events than static billing information. In addition, while financial measures capture transactional usage accounted for in customers’ monthly spending, this measure will fail to capture usage for services that do not generate a cost to the customer. Given that monthly service fees for pay-TV are commonly structured on fixed subscription models through channel and service selection, customer spending is not expected to significantly vary from one observation period to another. Although variations in customer spending can be generated by transactional purchases and rentals, this expenditure is typically a small proportion of a customer’s monthly service fee and this measure will therefore overlook a significant proportion of service usage. Therefore, in light of these findings and contradiction, it is expected that pay-TV service usage frequency will be negatively related to churn. Furthermore, Reinartz and Kumar (2003) argue that if a customer devotes a large “share-of-wallet” to a company, the customer relationship will be stronger and last longer. Although this study is not as interested in customer spending than service usage, a parallel can be inferred to “share-of-use”. That is, customers attributing a greater portion of their entertainment viewing time to the pay-TV service rather than other service substitutes are expected to display longer lasting relationships with the pay-TV service provider. Therefore, it is anticipated that greater service usage will be positively associated to the customer’s relationship duration with the service provider.
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Enabling Layered Video Coding for IMS-Based IPTV Home Services

Enabling Layered Video Coding for IMS-Based IPTV Home Services

The proposed mechanism provides more efficient usage of resources in transport networks. In TISPAN specifica- tions, during the session initiation the bandwidth require- ments are set to the largest bandwidth of all the BC services included in the session. This way, it is possible to reserve a given set of resources to cover the bandwidth demands, but only use a subset of them because the user never changes to the most bandwidth-demanding channel. By introducing lay- ered coding, the UE initiates a session to a given BC service indicating as many media descriptions as the number of streams it wants to join. If, later on, the user changes to a higher-definition BC service, the UE can do a fast channel change simply by leaving the multicast groups of the previ- ous BC service and joining as many multicast substreams of the new TV channel as media descriptions it previously declared. Later on, if the UE remains for some predefined time in the selected channel, the UE can modify the session by means of a SIP UPDATE request, introducing additional media descriptions in order to join the remaining BC TV service substreams.
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TBAYTEL DIGITAL TV TERMS OF SERVICE

TBAYTEL DIGITAL TV TERMS OF SERVICE

1. Agreement, Services and Programming. These terms and conditions (“Terms of Service”) set out the rights, obligations and limitations of Tbaytel (“us” or “we” or “our”) and you, the Customer for Tbaytel’s Digital TV service you have chosen to subscribe to by entering into this Agreement (the “Service”). These Terms of Service with, to the extent permitted by applicable law. (a) your Tbaytel invoice for the Service and all terms listed therein; (b) all applicable Tbaytel service rules and policies referenced in these Terms of Service or to which you may be directed when you order or use the Service; (c) Tbaytel Digital TV work orders and associated terms (“Work Orders”); and (d) all specific terms at any time attached to, or incorporated by reference into, these Terms of Service (“Documents”), form our agreement with you (“Agreement”). The Terms of Service will prevail to the extent of any conflict or inconsistency between the Documents and the Terms of Service. Neither you nor a Tbaytel sales or customer service representative, agent, dealer or employee may change this Agreement, and you may not rely on such changes. Customer is solely responsible for the use of the Service and Tbaytel Equipment (defined below) by him/her and all other users (“Users”) and shall (a) take all necessary measures to ensure that the Service and Tbaytel Equipment are used in accordance with this Agreement; and (b) be liable for all consequences resulting from any breach of this Agreement. Customer and all Users are sometimes called “you” in this Agreement.
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Business Model of Mobile TV and Its Key Success Factors Mu-Piao Shih, Vice President Chunghwa Telecom Mobile Business Group November 26, 2008

Business Model of Mobile TV and Its Key Success Factors Mu-Piao Shih, Vice President Chunghwa Telecom Mobile Business Group November 26, 2008

Broadcast Operator Terrestrial Transmission Network Mobile TV Service Provider CP/CA Mobile Operator Core Network Base Station Dual-Band Dual-Mode Terminal. Managed by Mobile TV Serv[r]

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Australian OTT Video Creating a New TV Market. 18 November 2015

Australian OTT Video Creating a New TV Market. 18 November 2015

Ovum does not forecast that any kind of television, including FTA, will be abandoned. However, different kinds of television will capture more or fewer viewing hours as time goes on, and in some households the dominant form of television will shift from traditional services to IPTV or OTT services. Table 2 shows Ovum’s forecast estimates for the number of TV households and subscriptions for the growth of different kinds of TV in the Australian market, while Figure 1 shows these numbers in graphical format. (Note that Foxtel on T-Box subscriptions are delivered over the open Internet, and are counted in the SVOD line. Also, free trial SVOD services are not counted). In particular, Ovum forecasts that OTT SVOD subscriptions will increase by a factor of seventeen over the 2014 to 2019 period, to reach 4.707 million.
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GCI RESIDENTIAL INTERNET TERMS AND CONDITIONS

GCI RESIDENTIAL INTERNET TERMS AND CONDITIONS

In order to maintain the best possible experience for all customers receiving Service, and to protect our network, GCI uses reasonable network management practices. Consistent with industry standards, if a certain portion of the network grows congested, we may use network management techniques to ensure that all customers have fair access to the network. Customers using the greatest amounts of bandwidth relative to their plan, regardless of the type of online activities, protocols, or applications in use, may have their Internet traffic de-prioritized for a brief time until the period of congestion passes. Customers whose Internet traffic is de-prioritized may experience longer than normal times to download or upload files, somewhat slower Web browsing, or delays in online gaming. These techniques manage congestion in real time, so the periods of management may be sporadic and are temporary. The network management is dynamic and based on prevailing network conditions and very recent data usage of the individual account. With the exception of ensuring network security and integrity, and addressing traffic unwanted by our users (such as viruses, spam, etc.), we do not prohibit the use of, block access to, or block traffic from any services or applications even when we use network management techniques. In order to ensure that applications work effectively for all our customers, GCI may prioritize certain applications that require real-time interaction such as voice service. Locations in GCI’s statewide network that are served in part via satellite do not allow for the types of real-time congestion management described above. In those locations, Peer-to-Peer or Network News Transfer Protocols may receive reduced bandwidth during peak hours of network traffic. Aggregated, non-customer-specific network traffic data is stored and used specifically for network management and growth planning purposes by GCI.
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Say Yes for Children

Say Yes for Children

Nelson Mandela and his wife Graça Machel, a leading advocate for child rights in her own right, announced the Global Movement for Children in Johannesburg, South Africa on May 6, 2000 (see tape). Now they are leading the way in a series of global TV advertisements promoting the Global Movement for Children and Say Yes for Children (see tape).

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Cloudmov: Cloud Based Mobile Social TV

Cloudmov: Cloud Based Mobile Social TV

---------------------------------------------------------------------***--------------------------------------------------------------------- Abstract -Everyone in day to day world wish to have mobiles with newly updated versions and features. People don’t want to lack any of the advance features of the mobile. New mobile accessory shops are everywhere with mobiles and tablets. The limited battery life time of mobile devices and much variation in wireless connectivity, which makes the highest possible quality of service experienced by mobile users are unfeasible, made the highest demand of mobile to come down. The design of a Cloud-based novel Mobile social TV system (Cloud MoV) utilizes both PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) and IaaS (Infrastructure- as-a-Service) cloud services to offer the living-room experience of video watching to a group of mobile users. Video is encoded at server side. These videos are stored in online web hosting server. In CloudMoV, mobile users can import a live or on-demand video to watch from any video streaming site like YouTube, Vimeo, U stream etc. and invite their friends and family for watching the video concurrently. They can also chat with each other while enjoying the video.
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A Comparison Of Effectiveness Of Service Advertising On TV Between Fijian And Chinese Consumers: A Case Of Macdonald's

A Comparison Of Effectiveness Of Service Advertising On TV Between Fijian And Chinese Consumers: A Case Of Macdonald's

Fiji Islands have approximately 31% of its population under 14. Fiji does not have a one-child policy as that of China but most families plan to have only one child as it is around the world trend. Fiji similarly has to instill laws in order to protect the young population from harmful advertisements such as Service Advertising on Television. As mentioned earlier, there has been no research specifically done on service advertising in either country therefore it becomes more important to have one in order to portray the results of these two countries but first on hand, both countries need to pass laws protecting their young population since they are the future and are most vulnerable to harmful advertising.
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Procedure Sintonia pdf

Procedure Sintonia pdf

Procedura di SINTONIZZAZIONE 1 Premere "MENU" sul telecomando 2 Selezionare "Installazione" e premere “OK” 3 Selezionare "ricerca canale" e premere “OK” 4 Selezionare "reinstalla lista c[r]

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DVB pdf

DVB pdf

I tassi di codifica più alti (5/6 e 7/8), quando vengono associati alla costellazione a più elevata efficienza spettrale (64-QAM), risultano molto sensibili al fading selettivo in frequenza. In pratica, per la stima del massimo numero di programmi TV che possono essere allocati in un canale a 8 MHz, assumendo una ricezione fissa con antenna direttiva, la configurazione più idonea è il 64-QAM a tasso 2/3; essa fornisce una capacità di flusso binario di circa 24 Mbit/s, nel caso di ∆=1/32, che consente tipicamente la trasmissione di 4 programmi a qualità convenzionale (SDTV a 6 Mbit/s ciascuno) o 6 programmi a qualità news (LDTV, 4 Mbit/s ciascuno). Questa configurazione di trasmissione è particolarmente idonea per le reti multifrequenza (MFN). L’impiego della multiplazione statistica associata alla codifica MPEG-2 a bit-rate variabile consente inoltre di aumentare il numero di programmi senza peggiorare la qualità audio/video.
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Operating Instructions DVD Recorder

Operating Instructions DVD Recorder

2. This warranty only applies to Panasonic products purchased in Australia and sold by Panasonic Australia or its Authorised Distributors or Dealers and only where the products are used and serviced within Australia or it's territories. Warranty cover only applies to service carried out by a Panasonic Authorised Service Centre and only if valid proof of purchase is presented when warranty service is requested.

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TV Or Not TV  Statutory Appendix

TV Or Not TV Statutory Appendix

A judge should prohibit cameras in the courtroom and areas immediately adjacent during sessions of the court or recesses, except: A for the presentation of evidence, perpetuation of a re[r]

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TV or Not TV: Fat Is the Question

TV or Not TV: Fat Is the Question

ing and obesity, the other effects of television on the health of children and adolescents, as well as corn- mon sense, would suggest that television viewing among children should be lim[r]

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Digital Media Battleground

Digital Media Battleground

There is no doubt that Hulu’s mission is to support people to have access to premium TV shows, clips, and documen- taries. They keep their internal costs low by only employing 125 people and only taking 20% of the sales revenue. They form their video service around the promotion of legal access to TV, communicating with their content partners and not allowing home video uploading like other streaming sites; Hulu is first and foremost, a premium content provider. Hulu promotes good business practices by directly communicating with its customers through a blog. Their focus on customers is shown on their website with their handling of Hulu’s interface and Hulu Plus’s personaliza- tion; Hulu allows Hulu Plus customers to personalize ads, tracks shows they are watching and suggests new shows based on previously viewed videos. They have also signed exclusive content agreements for a number of TV shows in order to differentiate their service from other streaming video outlets. The Hulu website and Hulu Plus activation are well-known for their simple, intuitive interface, ease of use, and ability to get customers to the video they want quickly. The service provides quality controls that ensures that whatever device or speed of internet connection, your content will be delivered quickly and efficiently.
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Triple Play Services in Multi Dwelling Units and VDSL

Triple Play Services in Multi Dwelling Units and VDSL

A Triple Play Architecture Overview (view Fig.) contains the core network, head-end (Service Provider Network), the access network where end subscribers reside and the resources at the users home (such as the IP set-top box, CPE, DSL modem and so on). A Triple Play solution can distribute 50 to 150 TV channels throughout an IP network with voice over IP and high-speed Internet. Facilities (voice, video and data) are forwarded from the IP head-end utilizing an IP core network throughout an optical backbone network to the central office (CO). The CO depends on the data to the access network (AN) in which digital subscriber line access multiplexers (DSLAMs). There we have distribution of the service (such as voice or video) which afterwards enters the users house via the modem. For the video facility specifically, an IP set-top-box (STB) is also utilized to unscramble the signal and show our movies on the TV set. [1 ] In the subsequent paragraphs we briefly explain the basic elements of a triple play network which is illustrated in fig (2).
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TV or not TV? The impact of subtitling on English skills

TV or not TV? The impact of subtitling on English skills

IV The empirical strategy In our main speci…cation, we estimate the e¤ect of subtitling on English pro…ciency using the following linear speci…cation: T OEF Lit = 0 + 1 Si + 2 Lansizeit [r]

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Outlook special Over-the-top Television

Outlook special Over-the-top Television

annually on improving its platform. This includes improvements in design, ease of navigation, compression algorithms, compatibility etc. The kids section, for instance, showcases how much thought has gone into the Netflix service. The section is designed so that without any help from adults children can easily navigate the site and find the content they want by clicking on icons. Paramount in the Netflix success story is the recommendation engine. Netflix indicates it spends around $150 million annually on this engine. The recommendation engine helps subscribers to discover new content and directs them to content they will likely appreciate. This increases the use of Netflix and subscriber satisfaction and in turn fosters subscriber retention.
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