Since CBS lacks a cable channel, she has claimed the nearest available real estate.
“There are more and more media outlets, more and more Internet sites, more and more people at cable TV stations,” said Mallis.
The cable broadcast of Sex and the City 2, for example, was blocked due to its “twisted and immoral” depiction of a gay wedding.
Flint is right in saying that this was not “a first” for cable television.
So you are a cable TV subscriber in Los Angeles and want to see the Dodgers on TV?
Buy a pencil with a ring at the end and cable it on to you so that you won't lose it.
It was the only cable we used for the first twenty-four hours.
Shutter, compound with cable release, highest speed 1/300 second.
The following letter, received by the French cable, explains itself.
Reid at first contemplated cutting his cable and making a bolt for it, confident in the sailing powers of his fine craft.
c.1200, from Old North French cable, from Medieval Latin capulum "lasso, rope, halter for cattle," from Latin capere "to take, seize" (see capable). Technically, in nautical use, a rope 10 or more inches around; in non-nautical use, a rope of wire (not hemp or fiber). Given a new range of senses in 19c.: Meaning "message received by telegraphic cable" is from 1883 (short for cable message). Cable car is from 1879. Cable television first attested 1963; shortened form cable is from 1972.
c.1500, "to tie up with cables;" 1871, American English, "to transmit by cable;" from cable (n.). Related: Cabled; cabling.