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Discussion in 'General DISH™ Discussion' started by Kali05, May 21, 2005.

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  1. Kali05

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    will dishnetwork ever have free concerts like direct tv has? :) would like to wacth them sometimes
     
  2. FTA Michael

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    Only when they sing on the Charlie Chat.
     
  3. Paul Secic

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    You're kidding right?
     
  4. Bill R

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    I have not see a free "concert" on DirecTV in the last few years that I thought was worth watching. Most of them are just promotions for "artists" (mostly has-beens) for their latest not-worth-buying CD or DVD.
     
  5. Nick

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    E*'s programmers offer "free" concerts every day.

    Check out Arts (9406), HDNet (9422), Rave (9470), and others. Also, the PBS's frequently carry non-commercial concert programming. It's there, you just have to be aware.
     
  6. Jason Nipp

    Jason Nipp Analog Geek in a Digital World Staff Member Super Moderator DBSTalk Gold Club DBSTalk Club

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    What Nick said.

    I am really enjoying the Soundstage concerts on Rave. I did not think I would watch Rave very much when I signed up for the package, but now I am realizing that Rave is what is justifying the extra $5 for me.

    In the last few days my favorite concerts where 2 hours of Fleetwood Mac and 3 hours of the Glastonbury Festival 2004. Awesome events. And unlike whatever has been your watching on D*, I got to view these in full HDTV and DD5.1 Surround. As a previous D*/USSB sub, I don't know of any full time HD concert channels on D*.
     
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