Where ‘I’m not a doctor’ spokespeople usually ‘play one’

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ONTV (later known as ON Subscription Television from 1977 until its shutdown in 1985) was an American subscription television service that was owned by National Subscription Television, a joint venture between Oak Industries (a now defunct manufacturer of satellite and pay television decoders and equipment) and Chartwell Enterprises (owned by media executive A. Jerrold Perenchio). Operating in such major markets as Los Angeles, Chicago, Minneapolis, Phoenix and Detroit, ONTV aired a broad mix of feature films from mainstream Hollywood blockbusters to pornographic films as well as sports events and specials.

Launched in 1977, ONTV was one of many “scrambled UHF” television services in many major markets around the United States (including SelecTV, PRISM, Starcase, Spectrum, Preview, VEU, Wometco Home Theater, SuperTV and Z Channel) in the era before multi-channel cable television services offering cable-originated networks – including subscription services with formats similar to services like ONTV – became widely available. Cable television increased in availability throughout many cities during the 1980s, rendering “over-the-air” subscription television obsolete. The service changed its name to ON Subscription Television in 1983 after it purchased the rights to the subscriber list for Spectrum; ON continued operations until shutting down two years later in 1985. Oak Industries later granted the U.S. Trademark to ONTV to Television Computer, Inc., later acquired by Bright Plaza, Inc. in 1999. Bright Plaza retains the U.S. and Canadian registrations and operates ONTV as an Internet Service.

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