Let`s take an example, maybe Directv turned off CBS before the new deal was made, the subscriber was still able to keep FOX/NBC East/West streams, is there a code or something that the Directv representative can enter into the computer to see if CBS can be restored for that particular subscriber? The agreements appear to have been concluded after the new law came into force. DIRECTV followers this morning posted messages on internet forums like DBSTalk.com and Twitter that they had lost the remote subsidiaries of CBS, NBC and ABC, but that Fox remained. I`m so disappointed with DirecTV because I can`t have a local channel that is WSFA TV. The small town where I live has 4 TV channels, most of the time 2 channels have the same news at the same time. And I can`t have the messages 80 km from my home. All I have is Fuchs e/w. Is it useful to call directv? “We negotiated with the major networks and entered into contracts with all the networks (Fox, NBC, CBS and CW), with the exception of ABC. We are still in talks with ABC, but we cannot give details. Our goal is to continue to provide network content to as many households as possible,” Greer said in an email. It`s been a hot minute since we had a good old-fashioned carriage conflict with local networks, so why not wrap up 2020 with one? I may not care. I have an antenna and the image is 10 times better than directv get about 20 channels. I live in the northwest of Pa. And I`ve had the distant chains for 20 years.
I`ve lost them all and haven`t recovered any yet. Am I not a grandfather to find everyone after all this time? We are 82 years old and canal neuf is our favorite channel, please come to an agreement so that we do not lose our favorite channel Thank you Norman and Alma Hackel My older sister and her daughter with mental and physical disabilities live with me. My son always tells me to drop DirectTV. There is no way that any of them can or learn to use a streaming service. I have free 7-day CBS access for now and I hope they will have Direct TV together soon! We know this can be frustrating. We opposed it, but a change in the law prohibits us from providing channels that are legally broadcast outside the market. We are in discussions with the other major broadcast networks to minimize disruption. Read more here: sm.att.com/1fb2fc02 This isn`t the only new blackout that touched Indianapolis spectators this week.
The disagreement resulted in the loss of 164 local television channels owned by Nexstar. Irving-based Nexstar is also negotiating with Dish Network what the satellite company has to pay for its local channels. You know who is hurt by all these BS? Local advertisers who lose globes because of the greed of channel owners. At a time when local businesses need all the help they can get, they are taken by the people they spend money with. Well-played boys. Dito. I travel most of the year by motorhome. I depend on the reception of ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS and other channels like MSNBC, Discovery, Animal Planet, National Geographic, CNN, History and others. I am more than disgusted by DirecTV, which I paid a lot to have new devices installed on the roof of my new motorhome (2017) to preserve them.
I`ve been sayingcTV without a problem for decades. NOW, from the beginning of summer 2020, all major networks that were previously LNS have been eliminated. I don`t care about the commercial or political reasons for denying service to those of us who travel by motorhome. All I want is the service I paid for. Note that DirecTV reduced my bill by “tad”, $10, for the loss of E/W-Coast streams, while the total rate was increased. I don`t use premium channels, movie channels, sports channels, etc., some of which I have to pay for in my package anyway. When I called this summer, I was told that I was now registered for the “local channels,” where I am for the summer in Indiana. The people I spoke to said I could call them if I could move somewhere else. .