Agreed. When I came on board with Dish, they were an innovator. Not so much now.
I very much want to see the Olympics in 3D.
AMCHD Bandwidth...I sent an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, put a note on Dish's Facebook page, and e-mailed the addresses found in this press release. I got a phone call from Dish saying that it isn't going to happen because they don't have the bandwidth for it. Lame excuse, but it's an excuse anyway.
It ain't happenin' folks.
Irrelavent to this thread. Let's try and keep the posts limited to letting Dish know how many people on these forums would like to see, or would have liked to have seen, the Olympics in 3D as provided by NBC.So who is the innovative company at the moment? I don't think carrying a couple 3D channels makes you innovative.
That's the kind of can-do spirit I like to see.I voiced my displeasure over their no 3D Olympics decision on their website feedback form. I got an email back, apologizing.
The bottom line is, if they get enough people complaining, they will step up to the 3D plate, instead of sitting on the bench. We've got two more weeks of Olympics. They could conceivably pull it off. It definitely could not hurt to keep posting and contacting them.
Programming is not really DIRT's thing, they have view this thread though and hopefully passed the requests through...
as for the numbers speaking for themselves, again take that to another thread and stop trying to sneak the anti 3D agenda in it.