Dubai Players like Chris Gayle can lift television ratings and increase spectator turnout for the Indian Premier League (IPL), according to one of UAE's leading sports administrators.
What does TV14 stand for?
TV14 stands for Television Rating (Not Suitable for Viewers Under 14)
This definition appears somewhat frequently
- Suitable for All Viewers (television rating)
- Suitable for Mature Audiences Only (TV program rating)
- Transvaginal Intra Fallopian Tubal Embryo Stage Transfer
- Specifically Designed for Younger Children (television rating)
- Specifically Designed for Children Seven Years of Age or Older (television rating)
- TV shows for Children Seven Years of Age or Older that may contain Fantasy Violence (American Academy Pediatrics TV rating)
- Total Volume to Bitumen in Place (ore)
- Tidal Volume/Body Weight Ratio
- Thyroid Vein/Carotid Artery Ratios
- Television Three
- International French Speaking Television Network
- Target Value Analysis
- Target Value Assessment
- Tarif- und Verkehrsanzeiger (German)
- Tasa al Valor Agregado (Spanish)
- Taxa pe Valoare Adaugata (Romanian: Tax on Added Value)
- Taxe à la Valeur Ajouté (French: Value Added Tax)
- Taxe à la Valeur Ajoutée (French: Value Added Tax)
- Taxe Sur La Valeur Ajoutee (France-Belgium)
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New Delhi, Jan 10 (ANI): Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Ambika Soni on Monday said that the Television Rating Point (TRP) report provided a roadmap to the ministry on how to review the TRP system in the country Complimenting the work of the Committee, Soni said it had reviewed the entire TRP mechanism exhaustively, looking into different parameters associated with the issue.
Thanks to a June court victory, Nielsen Media Research is continuing to replace its 50-year-old paper diary television rating system with electronic "local people meters" (LPMs), despite the uproar from critics.
The popularity of women's college basketball is still nowhere near the men's game, but it has been steadily growing in attendance and television ratings, too.
But will the television ratings system implemented on January 1 send us back to the prime-time closet?