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Discussion in 'DIRECTV Programming' started by Mike Bertelson, Mar 26, 2013.
It will probably get my dog to watch this if he sees anything interesting
DirecTv just signed a deal to have that channel sometime in 3rd quarter this year and it will cost $5.99 per month
HaHa just saw thats what prior comments were about.
BabyTV used to be $4.99 a month until its owners and D* realized that was a ripoff and made it a basic channel. Maybe the same will happen to Dog TV.
no one will pay 4.99 for a dog channel, Epix = yes , Playboy HD = maybe , dogs = no, and i am a dog person
My mother will pay $4.99 for a DOG channel. She lives on Animal Planet now.
Can a cat channel be far behind?
Put Dog TV HD into the HD Extra Pack. Bring in FEARnet HD. Add that as well to HD Extra Pack. Take Hallmark Movie Channel HD out of the HD Extra Pack and move over next to Hallmark Channel HD. (Probably the way to do it is switch ABC Family HD to ch. 310 and make ch. 311 HALMOV HD.) That way, DirecTV can get people to pay a good $5 for Dog TV. And have to get it in HD, which is another $10 access charge.
I like the way you think. That's too logical... DirecTV won't do it, makes too much sense!
Will DOG TV be MPEG4 SD?? HD?
The online feed is like $10 /m.
It's not really the best use of the limited SD bandwidth
No Bloomberg Television HD today!
Perhaps in a week.…
Didn't know it was on Roku.
I won't be surprised if my mom decides to finally dump Comcast and get DirecTV because of this.
Who let the dogs out?
It sounds like it won't be in HD.
Yet DirecTV doesn't want to add Epix :lol:
I'm willing to pay for Epix but no way DogTV.
Even though I have a very soft spot for dogs, I can't justify the price point unless DogTV asked for a substantial sum.
Now how about including Epix to the HD Extra Pack and finally adding CSN Philly and Houston with the RSN surcharge/Sports Pack price increase.
OMG pay for dog tv lol, we need more HD channels.
Comcast does not want to make CSN Philly or Houston available on satellite. No matter what DirecTV offers, they will find a reason to say no. Particularly CSN Philadelphia - Comcast is headquartered in Philadelphia and they don't want to see huge defections to satellite in their home town (which WOULD happen because almost everyone in Philadelphia loathes Comcast's service).