Video programming definition

Video programming means programming provided by, or generally considered comparable to programming provided by, a television broadcast station.
Video programming means video and/or information programming provided by or generally
Video programming means that term as defined in 47 USC 522(20).

Examples of Video programming in a sentence

  • Grantee shall at all times provide the PEG Channels to any Person who subscribes to any level of cable Video Programming service, and otherwise in accordance with Applicable Laws.


More Definitions of Video programming

Video programming means video and/or information programming provided by or generally considered comparable to programming provided by a cable operator including, but not limited to, Internet service.
Video programming means programming provided by or generally considered comparable to programming provided by a television broadcast station, as set forth in 47U.S.C. § 522(20).
Video programming means those programming services commonly provided to subscribers by a “video service supplierincluding but not limited to basic services, premium services, audio services, video games, pay-per-view services, video on demand, origination programming, or any other similar services, regardless of the content of such video programming, or the technology used to deliver such services, and regardless of the manner or basis on which such services are calculated or billed.
Video programming means the same as defined in 47 U.S.C. §522.
Video programming means programming provided by, or generally considered comparable to programming provided by, a television broadcast station, as set forth in 47 U.S.C. Section 522(20).
Video programming means programming provided by, or generally considered comparable to programming provided by, a television broadcast station, as set forth in Section 522(20) of Title 47 of the United States Code.
Video programming means programming provided by, or generally considered comparable to programming provided by, a television broadcast station or cable network, regardless of the medium or method used for distribution, and, without expanding the foregoing, includes programming prescheduled by the programming provider (also known as scheduled programming or a linear feed); programming offered to viewers on an on-demand, point-to-point basis (also known as video on demand); pay per view or transactional video on demand; short programming segments related to other full-length programming (also known as clips); programming that includes multiple video sources (also known as feeds, including camera