Actually, both INHD and INHD2 were listed along with Discovery HD as part of the HD MARQUEE pluspack in the original VOOM brochure (start up kit) at Sears. And I've never seen it listed in any Voom programming schedule, anywhere.rudolpht said:Actually it wasn't promissed to subs. It was found in hidden HTML pages on a pre-release programming schedule, but I don't remember any commitment of InHD to subs. While Cuban can be petulant with "his" HD channels because of non-HD personality conflicts with Dolan (mostly sports related), a consortium approach seems to be a tougher sell. Though the FCC messes up more than it helps (look at the bandwidth waste of locals), it is a rational approach to go there for a little fairness.
If anyone really wants InHD (I have them and NEVER watch them), they can get cable. Free country doesn't mean free everything.
Im not sure its worth another 10 bucks a month. I believe it is already overpriced.jgantert said:In Jan, Voom is going to raise the rates $10/month. That should easily cover the $3 and change for INHD. I'm not sure what they're complaining about!
I'm not familiar with the FCC rules to tell whether or not that's a violation. You (and everybody else) is welcome to quote specific FCC rules or previous rulings that may apply.jnardone said:Even if there is no minimum sub requirement for other customers then it still doesn't mean INHD can't require one for VOOM.
jnardone said:What we do know is that it is possible for VOOM to provide a channel that was advertised to early subscribers yet they have chosen not to do so.