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#41 OFFLINE   maartena


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Posted 25 July 2012 - 10:25 AM

MeTV has been added to several markets, I know New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and sever other big markets have MeTV on DirecTV now, as well as many other markets including smaller ones.

But it is all up to the local station owner who supplies the sub-feed to make the feed available. The MeTV website states they can't seem to get to an agreement with the San Fransisco affiliate for instance.
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#42 OFFLINE   levibluewa



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Posted 25 July 2012 - 01:12 PM

KVOS 12 (MeTV) in Bellingham is now available on Directv for the Seattle market.
So maybe Directv is going to start to add some sub channels.http://www.thenewstr...-available.html

According to that article it might not be available to Seattle customers, which I think is stupid.

Probably just trying to keep up with DISH where its been available for some time. Also as far as KVOS - MEtv goes its a primary channel 12.1. It would be nice to see sub-channel offerings...THIStv, ANTENNAtv and RTN (although they seem to be sliding down-hill :( )

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