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dorothy Tass

@verizon.net
reply to JLR

Re: [Tampa] Might lose WFLA CH8?

Please do not cancel Channel 81 I am a widow & cannot go out much so your channel is my friend & enjoyment. Please keep channel 8 going!


rbmoving

@bhn.net
Sure hope those that want to see Channel 8 remain are also contacting Channel 8.... This issue is all about MONEY...and again. I'll repeat, when BHN gives in and pays more MONEY to channel 8...that increase is pasted along to customers. Will those of you who have written saying you will leave BHN if Channel 8 is dropped.....if BHN agrees to pay higher Fees, and, increases your cable Bill....will you also be writing to say you'll leave BHN due to the increase in your monthly Bill? I for one Have written Channel 8 and asked them to tell the whole truth in their annoying banner. They simply are making viewers think that this is all on BHN....people...BHN is trying to Protect us and avoiding price hikes.......


Clean boy

@bhn.net
If you drop WFLA Channel 8; along with MeTV; I will definitely drop my Bright House cable, phone, and Internet.


gertie

@bhn.net
reply to rbmoving
Please don't drop WFLA


BHNtechXpert
BHN Staff
Premium,VIP
join:2006-02-16
Saint Petersburg, FL
kudos:153

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said by gertie :

Please don't drop WFLA

We want to assure our customers that all parties are working toward an agreement. Should Media General choose to take their programming away from our customers, it is an unnecessary and EXTREME measure. Most channel owners put our mutual customers first and keep their channel on while an agreement is being reached.

Media General is able to keep its stations on Bright House Networks while an agreement is being reached. Bright House Networks has to have their permission to show their programming. Its up to them to grant or deny it. There is no reason for Media General to interrupt programming to viewers. Our customers satisfaction is our ultimate goal and we will work in an expedient manner for them.

Very important...this situation is not unique to us or any other multichannel programming distributor, including satellite and telephone companies. We all go through negotiations with networks when it comes time for contracts to be renewed. Bottom line: Although threats are made, MOST broadcasters in our markets stay on and put our mutual customers first.

For more information please visit : »onyourside.brighthouse.com/conte···bay.html

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~All truth goes through three phases. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as self-evident. - Arthur Schopenhauer ~


Nayan3

join:2012-08-15
Melbourne, FL
kudos:1
reply to gertie
Repeat after me:

If Media General does not give Brighthouse permission to broadcast their channels, by law Brighthouse cannot broadcast them.

If Media General does not give Brighthouse permission to broadcast their channels, by law Brighthouse cannot broadcast them.

If Media General does not give Brighthouse permission to broadcast their channels, by law Brighthouse cannot broadcast them.

How many times must this be said? And exactly how many folks have failed reading since they cannot grasp this?