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DTH

Abbreviation for delayed-type hypersensitivity.
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DTH

Abbrev. for Diploma in Tropical Hygiene.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005
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The company also expects to begin using the direct-to-home channel.
The license states that Al Maisan Satellite Communications Company, a joint venture between Al Yah Satellite Communications Company (Yahsat), a private joint stock company owned by Mubadala -- an investment arm of the Abu Dhabi Government, and SES Astra (Europe's leading DTH satellite operator), will provide Direct-to-Home satellite services to free-to-air and pay-TV broadcasters in this region.
The Bulgarian Direct-to-Home (DTH) operator Satellite BG will use three transponders at SES Astra's 23.5 degrees East orbital position for broadcasting its channel portfolio to TV homes across Bulgaria.
The company also announced that it intends to sell its US Direct-to-Home Continuities business and its UK and Canada continuities divisions.
Seymour Pierce analyst Andrew Wade said the group's increased exposure to games via its direct-to-home business offered some positives, but he added there was 'still a lot of work to do'.
Now, in an exclusive direct-to-home video DVD entitled Overview of America, McManus, the president of the John Birch Society, brings part of his presentation to the home audience.
The ASTRA Satellite System is the leading Direct-to-Home (DTH) satellite system in Europe, delivering services to some 103 million Direct-to-Home and cable households.
Paramount is also releasing direct-to-home videos of several Hasbro properties, including The Weebles: Welcome to Weehleville on Feb.
It said it had set a new long-term operating target of reaching 10m direct-to-home subscribers by 2010 against the current figure of 7.
The popularity of the Sky+ boxes, which allow users to pause live TV and record one satellite programme while viewing another, offset slower growth in its direct-to-home service.
In total, BSkyB now has 7.3m subscribers for its direct-to-home services.