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    Fox Network channels gone for Cablevision customers


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      You can view the page at http://www.dtvusaforum.com/content.p...sion-customers

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      Cable Network is firing back at Fox on its webpage: Cablevision

      In an act of corporate greed, News Corp has pulled FOX 5 and My9 from your Cablevision channel lineup. This is an unfortunate attempt to get unreasonable and unfair fee increases from Cablevision and our customers.

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      I am a die-hard Phillies fan and I live on Long Island. Well it looks like I will be unable to watch game 1 of the NLCS and that is BULL****************!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The game better be put on a different channel or work something out! This is BS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      MORE CORPORATE BAILOUT BY PUBLIC - This time by trying to convince the public that they need to help the poor poor little Cablevision Corp against the big bad News Corp Bully.
      Am I the only one outraged but this stupid appeal on Cablevision /Optimum cable TV to fight on their behalf to contact New Corp to agree to binding arbitration every time I turn on the TV.
      I already pay a lot for my cable. I really do not care about their dispute with New Corp.
      They need to handle it themselves without taking over my TV time - As I stated earlier I am already paying an arm an leg for TV which I cannot see without a cable provider.
      When I have problem with the gas or phone company they do not do anything on my behalf so why should I do for them. I am already paying for my service without having to hear their cry-baby complaints that New Corp with not play fair with them.

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      I do realize that there are some areas that lack TV reception, but have you tried using an antenna hooked to a digital television or converter box since the advent of digital TV? You may just find that you will be able to give Cablevision the double middle finger salute and stop paying for their overpriced service.

     

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