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10-04-2012 10:42 PM #13
There's an ABC/NBC duopoly owned by Gannett in Jacksonville, FL, WTLV 12 and WJXX 25. If a deal isn't reached, Dish subs in that market are losing two of the big four networks.
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10-04-2012 10:54 PM #14
Reuters has a terrible article out there that in the first paragraph attempts to indicate the issue is all about auto-hop. Yet the quotes from both parties do nothing to indicate any contract issue related auto-hop. Instead it seems to be completely about money.AT200 w/Locals + HBO + SHO(dexter) + BB@HOME, 622 DVR, 722K + Sling
10-05-2012 12:19 AM #15
Have this potentially annoying issue here too. First message popped up tonight. This will cause CBS shows and local broadcasting to disappear for the Fredericksburg, Va/Washington D.C. Area. I am so tired of this crap. I just renewed for two years for the Hoppers too. I wonder what it would cost me to cancel at about 90 days in to the contract?
10-05-2012 12:37 AM #16
"Thus far, Dish has refused to reach a fair, market-based deal with us" is a quote from the Gannett group - of course this is the same group that thinks that access to one of their local newspaper sites is worth $10/month... I somehow doubt that they even know the meaning of the word fair.
10-05-2012 12:38 AM #17
10-05-2012 12:47 AM #18<- Yeah. I feed that.
All the carriers should just say no. Let's see how fast they come crawling back when their ad rates take a dive due to lower viewership, and especially when their network overlords feel the pinch.FYI:
-It's "couldn't care less", not "could care less".
-It's "would've", "should've", and "could've", not "would of", "should of", and "could of".
-It's "voila!", not "walla!" (That's right. You've been speaking French all this time.)
-The first word in each sentence should be capitalized.
-A period goes at the end of each sentence.
-Commas are also a good idea, on occasion.