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Discussion in 'General DISH™ Discussion' started by Kali05, May 21, 2005.
will dishnetwork ever have free concerts like direct tv has? would like to wacth them sometimes
Only when they sing on the Charlie Chat.
You're kidding right?
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.
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.
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*.