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Use "free-to-air" in a sentence
"Cricket set for free-to-air return in review of sporting 'crown jewels' television in some form following the completion of a government-commissioned review into which events should be protected for free-to-air broadcasters."
"The Packer family has a long history with media businesses but hasn't controlled a free-to-air channel since the late Kerry Packer, James's father, sold his stake in Nine television network to the private equity firm CVC Asia Pacific."
"*** Media Australian billionaire James Packer and his investment firm Consolidated Press Holdings confirmed the acquisition of a 17.88% stake in Australia's Ten Network Holdings, signaling the return of his family's interest in free-to-air television."