a system requiring that a subscriber pay for each program viewed: championship games seen only on pay-per-view.
noting or pertaining to such a system.Abbreviation: ppv
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How to use pay-per-view in a sentence
By most estimates, after this fight he will trail only Mayweather in pay-per-view revenues.If Manny Pacquiao Loses to Timothy Bradley, This May Be the End | Allen Barra | April 12, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The RNC should consider putting the debates in these primary match-ups on pay-per-view and make some money.Democrats May Get Their Own Destructive Tea Party Movement | Dean Obeidallah | January 6, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
But the major bouts are all on premium cable or pay-per-view.
King was 4-0 in his fighting matches and was slated to fight baseball star Jose Canseco at the end of August on pay-per-view.
I'm worried that it might fall thru Perhaps it could be pay-per-view.The Song of Newt Gingrich: From Longshot To Hotshot To No Shot | | April 26, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for pay-per-view
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