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Newsbits for 6-2-04

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#1 OFFLINE   Chris Blount

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Posted 02 June 2004 - 05:59 AM


Sprint said its customers in a 18-state local telephone operating territory can now subscribe to Dish Network service through the phone company. More about that HERE.

The DirecTV monthly newsletter went out yesterday with information about special programming for the month of June. You can read that HERE.

Due to a user request, we have re-named and moved one of our forums. What was once our "Non-DBS Satellite Area" is now the "FTA / Non-DBS Satellite Area" which will include discussion about FTA (Free To Air) satellite systems and programming. This should help those who wish to learn more about FTA which is quite an amazing option if you don't want to pay for programming. The forum is located HERE.

Breaking DirecTV News!!!

The National Rural Telecommunications Cooperative and DirecTV announced this morning that they amended their original sales agreement, a move that effectively ends NRTC's exclusive DirecTV service distribution contract within rural areas. In other words, Pegasus is history! More HERE.

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