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What does VCTV stand for?

VCTV stands for Viewer-Controlled Television

This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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Top TV Moments of 2006 Survey Results Rank 1 Katie Couric's last day on "Today" 2 Mel Gibson's interview with Diane Sawyer after his DWI arrest 3 Oprah tells author James Frey he betrayed readers 4 Sara and Grissom get together on "CSI" 5 Faith Hill's reaction to Carrie Underwood's win at "CMA Awards" 6 Kirstie Alley's bikini reveal on "Oprah" 7 "Will & Grace" series finale in which their kids start dating 8 Kate and Sawyer get together on "Lost" 9 Rosie O'Donnell's debut on "The View" 10 Connie Chung attempting a sultry serenade of Maury Povich TiVo pioneered viewer-controlled television, empowering people to savor and share with friends and family their favorite TV moments.
With this agreement, Philadelphia's leading public broadcast station is bringing host Terry Gross' prized conversations with artists, actors, musicians and singers from public radio to a viewer-controlled television experience for Comcast customers in Greater Philadelphia, Southern New Jersey and Delaware.