Meaning VOD
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Content either streamed
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Video on demand services allow people to watch content after broadcast, rather than live. These may include subscription video on demand (SVOD) services.
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Vacuum oxygen decarburisation
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 Usually refers to services offered by cable companies through their proprietary set-top boxes.  
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Video-On-Demand. System that allows the viewer to see or choose a programme at the time the viewer specifies.
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Video On Demand is streaming content that comes in one of two flavors: live and on-demand. On-demand content accounts for more than 95% of all video viewing on the web, from user-generated content pla [..]
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Video on Demand
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Internet Glossary Short for Video-on-Demand, an umbrella term for a wide set of technologies and companies whose common goal is to enable individuals to select videos from a central server for viewing on a television or computer screen. VoD can be used for entertainment (ordering movies transmitted digitally), education (viewing training videos), a [..]
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Video On Demand.
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Value of Dispersements
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See Verification of deposit.
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See CoD.
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Video on Demand – The ability to deliver a movie, sports event or other video program to a TV set whenever the customer requests it. Video-on-demand typically refers to free and paid programs from t [..]
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Video on demand enables viewers to download or stream video content whenever they choose.
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Video on Demand.
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Programme service where the content is not broadcast, but stored in a library, which users can access on-demand. Typical VOD content offerings include recently aired television programmes (as in catch-up TV), popular series, selected categories of thematic programming (e.g. music, children’s programmes), and movies. There are three models of VOD c [..]
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VOD may stand for: Velocity of detonation, the speed of a shock wave through a detonated explosive Veno-occlusive disease, a complication of bone marrow transplantation Versant Object Database, a dat [..]
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Programme service where the content is not broadcast, but stored in a library, which users can access on-demand. Typical VOD content offerings include recently aired television programmes (as in catch-up TV), popular series, selected categories of thematic programming (e.g. music, children’s programmes), and movies. There are three models of VOD c [..]
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See: video on demand.
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Vacuum Oxygen Decarburisation. A ladle steelmaking process in which oxygen is injected into molten steel under vacuum. This allows carbon to be removed from the steel without oxidising chromium. A met [..]
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REDIRECT VoD
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