n.— «The advent of digital TV allows customers to buy channels either in theme packs or individually, which the industry refers to as à la carte or pick-and-pay. It also paves the way for the introduction of new services that analog can’t handle, such as high-definition TV.» —“TV fee fight brewing” by Grant Robertson, Catherine Mclean Globe and Mail (Toronto, Canada) Feb. 28, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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