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Fri, May 31, 2019 2:33 AM
What is tvpromise.com and why are they removing programming on nbc?
1 year ago
3 years ago
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It's weird being the same age as old people. 😊
you disgusting greedy (Edited per community guidelines) get it together sign your (Edited per community guidelines) contracts and quit doing this every (Edited per community guidelines) year
This happens every year and losing a major channel CBS is completely unacceptable... it your chit together dammit missing the Grammys and playoff games is unacceptable... GET IT DONE
CBS is a major Over The Air network, one that you can likely watch for free from a local affiliate using a digital antenna. As long as you rely solely on third party carriers for your entertainment, you'll have to put up with contract disputes potentially interrupting your signal.
"Some people without brains do an awful lot of talking...."
You need to give us back Channels 8 and 10 becaise Baseball will soon be here, and we want to watch it. What is going on with you guys? You're not making any friends.
2 years ago
I am missing several channels that I had on Friday which I am paying for. UPS TV Channel 1369 is one I have watched a lot. I want them back or a refund! Betty King!
Channels I pay for were removed overnight on Friday. There are several I have tried but really miss UPS TV. Channel 1369!! Want them back or will expect a refund!
They were made available in lower tiers in regards to a lot of people staying home due to Covid-19. That preview has ended, you can always upgrade to a higher tier to get those channels if you really like them.
I just recently transferred to at&t tv and to my dismay there is no local channel of KRON4. I was Uverse before and has that channel. Please fix this ATT. Very ungappy and disappointed.
@dooday80 , AT&T TV is quite different from U-verse TV. Different channel groups, different price points. You shouldn't expect any kind of parity.
Why won't this thread be locked?
Also, why do people bump old threads?
Also, why don't people research their new TV providers like they research neighborhoods, schools and other things before moving across the country?
So many questions. So few answers.
How can we improve?
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