Si "macro" significa el alto pago de una licencia de los broadcasters y operadores de cable, "micro" debe significar la miriada de pequenos pagos que productores y distribuidores pueden extraer del universo online.
What does UOL stand for?
UOL stands for Universo Online (Brazilian internet provider)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 13 other meanings of UOL in our Acronym Attic
- Underwater Object Locator
- Unfilled Order Listing
- Unicorns of Love (esports team; Berlin, Germany)
- Unit of Learning
- University of Leeds (UK)
- University of Leicester (UK)
- University of Lincoln (UK)
- University of Liverpool (UK)
- University Of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
- University of London
- Upper Operating Limit
- University of Oklahoma Law Center Library
- United Overseas Land Ltd
- University of Leeds Innocence Project (UK)
- Uluslararasi Ortak Lisans Programlari (Turkish)
- Underwater Object Location & Search
- Unified Ordering Model
- Union Obrera Metalurgica (Argentinian Labor Union)
- Unit Of Measure
- University of Macedonia
Samples in periodicals archive:
INTERNET BUSINESS NEWS-(C)1995-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS 30 December 2010 - Portugal Telecom (ELI:PTC), or PT, has agreed to sell 30% in Brazilian Internet portal Universo Online SA (SAO:UOLL4), or UOL, for BRL350m (USD208.
As one of the Internet pioneers of Brazil, Frias founded Universo Online (UOL), a market leader in Latin America.
INTERNET BUSINESS NEWS-(C)1995-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS 21 December 2010 - Portugal Telecom (ELI:PTC), or PT, is in talks to sell its 28% in Brazilian Internet portal Universo Online SA (SAO:UOLL4), or UOL, to Brazil's publishing group Folha.
Sponsored by Samsung and Universo Online (UOL), the event featured presentations from TAM President Marco Antonio Bologna, UOL COO Marcelo Epperlein, AmCham Sao Paulo and Dixie Toga President Sergio Haberfeld, IBM Brazil President Rogerio Oliveira and Hilton Group Latin America Director Tom Potter about the impact of global trends on business in Brazil.