Titel: Television terminology
Television channel, Television network, Television licence, Rerun, Prime time, Wiping, Closed captioning, Pay-per-view, Video on demand, Cliffhanger, Television advertisement, Infomercial, Product placement, Sign-off, Television pilot.
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 278. Chapters: Television channel, Television network, Television licence, Rerun, Prime time, Wiping, Closed captioning, Pay-per-view, Video on demand, Cliffhanger, Television advertisement, Infomercial, Product placement, Sign-off, Television pilot, Television licensing in the United Kingdom, List of breakout characters, Call signs in North America, Spin-off, CSI effect, Friday night death slot, Duopoly, Tabloid talk show, Owned-and-operated station, List of lost television broadcasts, Nielsen ratings, Billing, Blooper, Blackout, News ticker, Sign-on, Saturday morning cartoon, Cameo appearance, Laugh track, Live television, Digital on-screen graphic, Simultaneous substitution, Free-to-air, Watershed, Electronic program guide, Independent station, Must-carry, Branded entertainment, Amateur television, Rural purge, Dayparting, Virtual channel, Deus ex machina, Terrestrial television, Fee-for-carriage, Teen drama, Regional variation, Individual Television Experience, Eyecatch, Standards and Practices, Network affiliate, Superstation, Syndication exclusivity, Showrunner, Teen situation comedy, Cold open, Lost episode, Very special episode, Local insertion, Jumping the shark, Bottle episode, SMPTE color bars, Safe area, Midseason replacement, Graveyard slot, Season finale, Recurring character, Family Viewing Hour, Oprahization, Theme music, Placeshifting, Series finale, Television ratings in Australia, Prime Time Access Rule, Cancellation, Swingometer, Score bug, Clip show, First Warning, Broadcast programming, Production assistant, Audio synchronizer, Brokered programming, Audience Measurement and Analytics Ltd., Anthology series, Guest appearance, Video Content Analysis, Production logo, News ratings in Australia, Guest host, B-roll, Bumper, Stretch-o-Vision, Channel surfing, Bible, Sister show, Hiatus, Big Three television networks, Outtake, Free-to-view, Picture-in-picture, Channel drift, Spec script, Televisionary, Off-Air Pickup, Local programming, Dot crawl, Interruptible feedback, Lower third, Simulcast, Recap sequence, Burning off, Free preview, Season premiere, As seen on TV, Bonus round, Ghosting, Horizontal blanking interval, Financial Interest and Syndication Rules, Time shifting, Virtual season, Stripping, Log line, Kill off, Reverse mirror, Reverse compensation, Omnibus, Electronic field production, Dead air, After school special, Filler, Footage, Telebasura, Marathon, Sweetening, Tabloid television, Product displacement, Happy talk, 2-pop, Back porch, Rimshot, Upfront, Sermonette, Crid, Front porch, Traffic, Flow, Mirror TV, Floor manager, Barker channel, Broadcast calendar, Script breakdown, Auto relay, A2, Eyeline match, Block error, Fringe time, Wheel series, Wildfeed, Stunt casting, A la carte cable television, Panelist, Sister station, Leased access, Media multitasking, Production board, Recapping, Pre-credit, Retransmission consent, Satellite Home Viewer Act, Fall schedule, Strip programming, Studio audience, Broadcast network, Public affairs, Script editor, Sparklies, Television on demand, Graph pax, Hot switch, Radiovision, Double box, Shooting schedule, Dubtitle, Parent show, Boom shot. Excerpt: A television licence (or broadcast receiver licence) is an official licence required in many countries for the reception of television (and sometimes also radio) broadcasts. It is a form of hypothecation tax to fund public broadcasting, thus allowing public broadcasters to transmit programmes withou...