pay-per-view

[pey-pur-vyoo, -per-] Television.
noun
1.
a system requiring that a subscriber pay for each program viewed: championship games seen only on pay-per-view.
adjective
2.
noting or pertaining to such a system. Abbreviation: ppv
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pay-per-view
 
n
free-to-air See pay television
 a.  a system of television broadcasting by which subscribers pay for each programme they wish to receive
 b.  (as modifier): a pay-per-view channel

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Example sentences
Room service and pay-per-view movies won't be available to students.
Enter the cost your user would pay to get an article on a pay-per-view basis or
  through a vendor.
Charges for pay-per-view or pay-per-channel programming.
Local and national television revenues were soaring, with the promise of
  pay-per-view on the horizon.
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