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What is PPV (Pay-per-view)

In the context of video streaming, PPV stands for "Pay-Per-View." PPV is a model where viewers are required to pay a specific fee to access and watch a particular video or live event. It is commonly used for special events, sports matches, concerts, or exclusive content that is not freely available. With PPV, viewers pay a one-time fee or purchase a ticket to gain access to the content for a limited period. This model allows content creators or streaming platforms to monetize their premium or exclusive content by charging viewers based on their desire to watch specific events or videos.

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