In World War I, the term "Over the Top!" meant a one-in-six chance of getting killed. It was the order to get up out of your trench and rush the enemy's trench. Today, the term OTT has a very different and much more positive meaning. It's a way of getting television content via the internet instead of over the air or by a cable/satellite service. It's also called streaming.
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