[News & Media] abbreviations

  • DTTV  (Community > News & Media)

    Stand For:  Digital Terrestrial Television

    • Example: ETSI TS 102 831 V1.2.1 (2012-08) Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB); Implementation guidelines for a second generation digital terrestrial television broadcasting system (DVB-T2)

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  • DVD  (Community > News & Media)

    Stand For:  Digital Video Disc

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  • UT  (Community > News & Media)

    Stand For:  Universal Time (replaced GMT in 1928)

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  • MST  (Community > News & Media)

    Stand For:  Mountain Standard Time

    • Example: Find out current local time and weather in Mountain Standard Time, MST. For when traveling and calling, with Mountain Standard Time maps and weather forecast.

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  • WCTV  (Community > News & Media)

    Stand For:  Waterloo Community Television

    • Example: Viewers in Waterloo, Iowa can now watch the show on WCTV-TV. Channel: Ch. 17 Area: Waterloo Airtimes (Subject to Change): Tuesdays at 10:30AM Fridays at 4:00PM About The Station: Waterloo Community Television was launched as a means of expanding citizen participation in local government.

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  • DIVX  (Community > News & Media)

    Stand For:  Digital Video Express

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  • PTI  (Community > News & Media)

    Stand For:  Press Trust of India

    • Definition: Press Trust of India (PTI) is the largest news agency in India.[1] It is headquartered in New Delhi and is a nonprofit c ... more >>
    • Example: Find Press Trust Of India Latest News, Videos & Pictures on Press Trust Of India and see latest updates, news, information from NDTV.COM. Explore more on Press Trust Of India.

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  • CONT  (Community > News & Media)

    Stand For:  Continued

    • Example: Continued definition, lasting or enduring without interruption: continued good health. See more.

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