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HBO comparison Directv vs Dish

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#41 OFFLINE   paulman182


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Posted 23 February 2010 - 06:36 AM

If D wanted to make good use of their bandwidth they would have one feed of each premium movie service.

Linear Movie Channels are a dying relic. Far too many avenues to watch movies long before they hit HBO and the like.

The original programming series are the only thngs that keep HBO and Showtime relevant today anyway.

Movies are all I watch. If I had the time I would watch three to five movies a day. The prospect of obtaining them any other way than by pushing "record" on the DVR is daunting. I see no means more convenient than scanning the guide and recording them.

Equipment includes a buncha stuff that I no longer have interest in detailing

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