Near Video On Demand



  • (written as Near Video on Demand)
    cable or satellite programming, especially movies, offered at staggered times. For example, there may be a selection of 30 feature films, each of which starts again every 10 or 15 minutes. Its abbreviation is NVOD.

Media Studies

  • noun a situation in which the same programme or film is transmitted on several different sister channels at a short interval on each, so that the viewer can choose to start watching at the most convenient time for them.