02-07-2014 2:57 PM
They're all on the lineup. Too bad little of Nicktoons and Nick Jr programming is actually in HD. Kind of a waste. Nicktoons was a great network when it launched in 2002. Now it's all that modern stuff that the main network runs.
I'm 27, grew up watching their main network. The 90s Are All That block on TeenNick targets those in their 20s. It should be a fulltime network. There's a lot more in that archive than what they can fill in 2 hours.
BBC World News is a welcome addition. Hope to see Al Jazeera America and Al Jazeera America HD as well sometime soon. We need some real serious news choices. Not just the political bickering and filler programming FOX, CNN and MSNBC run.
02-07-2014 10:14 PM
Thanks for replying. So far I'm just getting a blue screen that says I'm not subscribed. Is it because I have the 200 package? Is this something for those on 300 and up?
02-08-2014 6:59 AM
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02-08-2014 4:19 PM
1) It's a shame Viacom did away with Nick GAS and MTVX. We have extended family members who live out-of-state. Whenever we would visit their house between about 1998 and 2005, those two channels were ones that were frequently watched by this poster. By the time Nick GAS arrived at this address, it was a shell of its former self. 2) I see that AT&T is still playing their game of delivering a channel and announcing it several weeks later. I figure about the middle of February, we'll see that AT&T has BBC World News on the U-300 lineup. My former provider (get this) actually announced things in advance. "On or about February 5th, the following channels will be added to the lineup..."
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