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HiVolt
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reply to Astral Media

Re: For George Burger: ie. Stop the Bell Astral Deal-Help Wanted

said by Astral Media :

Greetings Fellow TV Consumers.

First I would like to thank Paolo for supporting the Bell-Astral media deal that will benefit all Canadians.

As you are well aware, Bell Canada is the only Canadian media company capable of bringing Astrals great TV offerings into your living rooms, be it via IPTV or other.

Bell is committed to being open and competitive. Mr. Burgurs client is a statistical outlier who may not have followed proper communication channels to order the station(s) in question to give to his client.

As stated above by some of the great people here, it is imperative for this Bell-Astral media deal that you just let the CRTC decide without interfering or voicing objections. Bell-Astral has worked hard for the benefit of all Canadians.

Should you require additional information on how we will protect all Canadian consumers please feel free to visit the Bell-Astral website which will answer all your questions. »www.canadiansdeservemore.ca/

Best regards,

HAHAHA... Paolo you are funny, posting anon to shill on your own post...
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mlerner
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Yup and it makes no logical sense. If Bell didn't want people to inform the CRTC and give feedback, they wouldn't have made a website touting the deal.

Nice try but horrible fail.


El Quintron
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said by mlerner:

Nice try but horrible fail.

It was funny for all the wrong reasons, as always.
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shakes fist

@videotron.ca
reply to HiVolt
people like him give non-reg'd users a bad name.


oh LOOK

@videotron.ca
Per cartt.ca
»www.cartt.ca/news/14686/Cable-Te ··· ite.html

Eastlink just launch EastLink-To-Go this morning.

The subscriber-authenticated, TV Everywhere service is the first in North American powered end-to-end by Cisco’s Videoscape technology and will allow EastLink subscribers to take their TV with them wherever they are in Canada, on whatever device they like at no additional cost.


However, sad to say, they are having trouble negotiating with big broadcasters for mobile content.

I'll give you 3 guess who that could be. While you are thinking about it, read the screen capture in the first post of this topic.


mlerner
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Negotiating isn't necessarily an issue, as long you pay big $$$ to the big three content providers.

HeadSpinning
MNSi Internet

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Windsor, ON
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said by mlerner:

Negotiating isn't necessarily an issue, as long you pay big $$$ to the big three content providers media mob.

Corrected
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indeedy

@videotron.ca
said by HeadSpinning:

said by mlerner:

Negotiating isn't necessarily an issue, as long you pay big $$$ to the big three content providers media mob.

Corrected

Agreed.
George Burger even said the same (more or less with diff words that is viewable online).