drbill28 said:Just like "toppings do not good pizza make". "HD does not quality TV make". These channels aren't must haves and can easily be waited for. I don't like E* very much. HD News is great though, but the only VOOM original that makes it worthwhile.
Wiggin78 said:I really wish people would stop criticizing VoomHD originals without actually watching them for any extended period of time. If you had Voom for over 2 months and still didn't find anything worthwhile in their original HD channels then by all means rip away.
Really good point. I had VOOM for about a year and never really watched some of the exclusives that they offered. Not every ch will appeal to everyone because people have different tastes. I thought MonstersHD was a great ch that could stand on its own on alot of carriers. Rave was also a shining star in my eyes...nothing like loud music and a beautiful picture to go with it.CWS_kahuna said:I agree. I never had Voom but a great friend of mine does & I liked what I saw. MonstersHD was cool, Rave HD was awesome, Rush HD my favorite. I liked most of what I saw, of course not every program on every channel will appeal to everyone.
FlyingJ said:Let's face it. I have to believe that if it was not for the NFL Sunday Ticket, most of us would be switching over to E*. No up front costs for the equipment including HD receiver and a couple of DVR's if I am to believe the offers that I have seen. But alas, I am with D for the long haul (I think I was just about the first one in Columbus, Ohio with it so many years ago, because I must watch my beloved Philadelphia Eagles week in and week out. So I can scream and yell, but I can't go anywhere else. Just give us our TNT and ESPN2 !!
LonghornXP said:InHD 1 & 2 (InDemand is talking with D* and ignore the only on cable logo because it means nothing in the future but is true today because its marketing)
COMPETITIVE WATCH: FCC Axes VOOM Complaint - The Media Bureau at the Federal Communications Commission approved the withdrawal of a program access complaint filed by Rainbow DBS against cable pay-per-view/video-on-demand provider In-Demand. Rainbow controls VOOM, and alleged that In-Demand violated federal rules when the programmer refused to negotiate with the satellite TV service for carriage of its INHD1 and INHD2 high def channels. VOOM is set for shut down at the end of the week.
salsadancer7 said:Alan....I posted that in the VOOM forum about 2 days ago...funny...no one said a peep....no, I take that back..someone said it was "unimportant now..."