Crossword clues for atv
- 4x4, e.g.
- It may go off the road, briefly
- Many a four-wheel drive transport, for short
- It can go over hill and dale, briefly
- Cousin of a dune buggy, for short
- Quad bike, e.g.
- Rugged transport, for short
- Safari wheels
- Ute relative
- It goes off the beaten path, for short
- Dunes transport, briefly
- Motocross entry, for short
- Rugged four-wheeler, briefly
- Off-road ride, for short
- Yamaha Grizzly, e.g., for short
- Transport with mud tires, for short
- Off-road transport, informally
- Off-road wheels, briefly
- Jeep, e.g.: Abbr.
- Versatile transport, for short
- Recreational four-wheeler, for short
- Relative of a dune buggy, for short
- It goes off-road: Abbr.
- Off-road traveler: Abbr.
- Off-road transport: Abbr.
- Off-road goer, briefly
- Off-road wheels, for short
- Off-road goer, for short
- Suzuki product: Abbr.
- Safari transport, briefly
- Off-roader, for short
- Off-road transport, briefly
- Yamaha product, briefly
- Off-road transport, for short
- Yamaha offering, in brief
- Motocross racer, for short
- Mud bogger's purchase, briefly
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
acronym of all-terrain vehicle, 1969.
ATV may refer to:
ATV is a television station in Melbourne, Australia, part of Network Ten – one of the three major Australian commercial television networks.
ATV (also stylized aTV) is a nationwide TV channel in Turkey, began broadcasting in September 1993. ATV is an acronym of Actual Television . As of August 2013, ATV is Turkey's 5th popular channel with a market share of 6.71%.
ATV was founded by Dinç Bilgin, who is the original owner of the channel. The channel changed its ownership to Ciner Medya Grubu in 2002, and Tasarruf Mevduatı Sigorta Fonu in 2007. ATV was owned by Çalık Holding's Turkuvaz Media Group, but in 2013, the ownership changed again to Kalyon Group.
ATV is the largest commercial television station in Austria and was the first commercial station to be aired via transmitters after a long time when commercial broadcasts in Austria were only possible via satellite or cable and the national public broadcaster ORF held a monopoly of using the airwaves.
According to the current broadcasting legislation in Austria, ATV has to be transmitted nationwide alongside the two public channels ORF1 and ORF2 via digital terrestrial television and satellite as well as all cable companies in Austria have to provide at least these three channels to their subscribers. Satellite broadcasts are encrypted as are the ORF channels but it is possible to watch ATV by using the decoding cards issued by ORF. These cards can be obtained only by people living in Austria and paying the television license fees.
Another important Austrian commercial television stations available on digital terrestrial television, satellite and cable is Puls 4, although these have to arrange their broadcasting independently since they are not covered by the aforementioned Austrian television legislation regulating the two ORF channels and ATV.
ATV is the largest privately operated terrestrial television network in Pakistan; the channel has the second largest national viewership base in the country only behind PTV Home. The channel was launched on May 1, 2005.
ATV (Author Television) is the oldest Russian private TV company. It was founded in the USSR in 1988 by Anatoly Malkin & Kira Proshutinskaya. It reached it height in popularity in Russia in the 1990s.
Category:Russian television networks
ATV (formerly known as Magyar ATV) is the first Hungarian private TV channel, broadcasting continuously since 1989. The focus of programming is news, public life, current events. Licensed as a partially public service commercial television station, it is obliged to broadcasting public interest programs ( news, current affairs, sports, religion) 50% of the time. Because of this special status, the channel is eligible to apply for grants from the government and the radio and television authority. As of 2003 the owner of the channel is the Hungarian Faith Church.
Algemene Televisie Verzorging (ATV) is a television station in Suriname. It was founded in 1983 and was the second television station in Suriname. It is operated by the state's Telecommunication Company Telesur. In August 2014 ATV made work of it to switch from analog to digital tv. The network uses the ATSC standard. ATV's picture formats are 480p ( SDTV) 720p ( HDTV).
TV2 is ATV's sister channel.
ATV (stylized as Atv) is a television network in Armenia.