Example sentences for: pay-per-view

How can you use “pay-per-view” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • One of the more perplexing--actually, I'll say it's the most perplexing--facts about television today is that there is essentially nowhere, other than pay-per-view, where you can watch international soccer such as the European or FA Cups, let alone regular-season matches from England's Premier League or Italy's Serie A.

  • The pay-per-view audience has plunged from 300,000 per show to 15,000.

  • Never mind that 1) UFC only aired on pay-per-view, so children could not see it unless their parents paid for it; and 2) the same cable outfits carried boxing matches, R and NC-17 movies, and professional wrestling shows far more violent than UFC.

  • According to the Star , the couple are thinking of getting remarried the old-fashioned way: on pay-per-view TV, complete with a video montage of their "non-explicit romantic moments together."

  • Think about it--Bush has a huge war chest, and what better way to fill the DNC's coffers than to air a slap fight between a former senator and the vice president of the United States on pay-per-view.

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