The distinction via coaxial cable of microwave, satellite and broadcast television signals as well as local programming.
Multi-channel TV down a wire to your home. You pay for different combinations of services. Stereo provision varies between companies.
Method of non-broadcast distribution of video programs directly to homes, generally employing coaxial or fiber-optic cable.
is also known as "CATV" (community antenna television). It brings television programs to those people who have a television connected to a community antenna via wire or satellite dish. FSC offers a wire connection to students living in a residence hall. There is one connection per dormitory room.
a television system by which a single, with antenna or satellite dish receives signals from distant stations and transmits those signals by direct cable to the persons subscribing to the system
Previously called Community Antenna Television (CATV). A communications system which distributes broadcast programs and original programs and services by means of coaxial cable.
A system of distributing television signals to individual subscribers by use of subterranean cables or overhead wires, rather than by aerials.