01-27-2014 6:03 AM - edited 01-27-2014 6:11 AM
The entire thing? The mass wedding, Madonna...the whole thing?
It must've been your local CBS affiliate because it wasn't blacked out where I am (Madonna, ditch the cane)
01-27-2014 6:24 AM
01-27-2014 7:45 AM
01-27-2014 8:09 AM - edited 01-27-2014 9:25 AM
bettyhagan - If you lost picture, it may have been an HDMI failure. Did you have sound?? If so, the STB did not see the copyright protection key from the TV and shut down the video.
If it happens again. Change channels to see if it is the whole feed or just the channel.
01-27-2014 8:15 AM - edited 01-27-2014 8:18 AM
Yes, the whole thing, it went black just before it started and didn't come back on until the commercial afterward was on. It wasn't the CBS affiliate because my neighbors with Bright House saw it.
And I know I can watch it on YouTube, that's not the point. I don't want my cable provider deciding what's inappropriate.
If you have Uverse TV service, your "cable provider" didn't do it because I saw it on MY Uverse feed...uncensored.
And you're welcome.
01-27-2014 10:50 AM
01-28-2014 3:14 AM
Other Uverse subscribers in my area experienced the same thing. AT&T has contacted me and said it was not intentional. Just seemed very odd that was the only thing blacked out, no sound either and no other channels were affected. Maybe I'm being paranoid but it seems an odd coincidence.
Must have been some issue in your local area. I also saw it here in Dallas. I doubt that AT&T singled out your market to censor the peformance.
01-29-2014 10:00 AM
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