OTV may refer to:
- Odor threshold value a measure of odor intensity
- Orbital Test Vehicle, another name for the Boeing X-37 unmanned spacecraft
- Orbital transfer vehicle, a space tug used to move a spacecraft from one orbit to another
- Outer Tactical Vest, part of the Army Combat Uniform (see Interceptor body armor)
- Overlay Transport Virtualization, an alternative of virtualization in information technology
- Ozone tagging velocimetry, a modified hydroxyl tagging velocimetry
OTV (formally known as Oglinda TV) was a Romanian TV channel owned by Dan Diaconescu, best known for its talk show, Dan Diaconescu Direct. The channel had very often been criticized for its sensationalist attempts and its obsession with subjects as well as its subversive nature. On 22 January 2013 it ceased broadcasting on cable as its licence was retracted by the National Audiovisual Council of Romania for not having paid a large sum of money consisting of fines received for having repeatedly violated Romanian audiovisual legislation.
Orascom TV, better known as OTV, was an Egyptian satellite television channel broadcast on the Nilesat. OTV was owned by Orascom. OTV was launched on January 31, 2007 at 18:30 p.m. Cairo time, and stopped its broadcasting in 2011.
OTV specialized in broadcasting international TV shows and movies.
OTV used to broadcast 24, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, and "An Hour With Samir Ghanem" (hosted by the comedian of the same name).
OTV was also known for its diverse reports which were featured throughout the day, as well as "Ma'sa'ak Sokar" "مسائك سكر," which literally means "Your Evening Is Sugar."
OTV is a publicly traded television station in Lebanon. It began broadcasting on 20 July 2007 on the Arabsat satellite, on the 11823MHz frequency. OTV launched officially in 2008 after a testing period of almost six months. OTV now covers the world through different broadcasting channels for European Union, Canada, United States, Australia, and the Arab World. In addition, www.otv.com.lb offers live streaming coverage on the internet. The OTV main news bulletin is also broadcast on Sawt Al Mada Radio (92.5 & 92.7 MHz)
OTV targets all Lebanese residents in Lebanon and the Lebanese diaspora, and Arabs in general.