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Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by JcT21, Jul 11, 2012.
Because poking the internet with a stick always ends well.......
Yes, that is why these rarely last long, after 3-4 days advertisers will want a discount.
On 3-4 days they usually can get some "free slots", but after that they demand rates adjusted. they know with 20-25 million (whatever DTV) less homes having access that Viacoms viewership is down at least 15-20%.
Goodbye Viacom....and good riddence!!!!
Go pound salt Viacom.
Perhaps they should tighten it? :whatdidid
I think it's that little blue pill that...uh, you know.
They'll be back, and in greater numbers.
(I had to when I saw Darth Vader there)
Indeed they are!!!!!!! -- A BIG WASTE OF BANDWIDTH!!!!!!
They want more $$$$$ make the quality BETTER on thier channels! (Like it was in the 80s and before -- GOOD PROGRAMMING)
I vote drop Veracrap and lower our cost.
Back to the point of this post. At least this morning, some of the the full episode feeds are back available online. Although they make you watch the Viacom propaganda commercial before you watch the show.
"Some" doesn't look to be the only show I'm interested in:
Yea i will wait until everything is settled before i watch their channels.I dont want to listen to Viacom's problems.
I hate to admit I checked out Teen Wolf on MTV and it's available. Comedy Central shows still seem to be off online. Nick also seems to be unavailable.
You are exactly right. From what I am told, they've been doing make goods for the last year anyway because their ratings have been down, now it's only going to get worse.
How quickly will 20 million households affect the ratings themselves?
I agree. I watched Teen Wolf too on MTV.com. (Im not ashamed. I like it, albeit Im out of the demographics) Maybe Viacom knows its ratings are dropping like flies so they are offering more content online. I wanted to watch Futurama on Comedy Central however they are still keeping that offline.