Losing the Audience Network is a deal killer for me.
Just letting you guys know that killing the Audience Network has killed our relationship. I don't say this lightly after being a U-verse customer and AT&T stockholder for 15 years. But that channel was one of the very few I enjoyed amongst the droves of incessant, pandering networks of simpleton advertising your service seems to be overabundant with now (and I am not even counting the plethora of (Edited per community guidelines) channels that are merely full page ads for garbage merchandise or services.).
With that gone, so are 4 of the shows I enjoyed without interruptions and censorship. I don't watch many to begin with. If it weren't for the DVR and the ability to inconveniently forward through the ever-repeating trash ads on 10min intervals, I would have cut you loose long ago. But this is the coffin nail. You have inspired me to action, which means cutting your cord.
So I say farewell. It was nice knowing you. I appreciate the years of convenience and forcing me to become more current in my media services.