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Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by danpeters, Jul 9, 2012.
Which in and of itself is a total lie
I noticed that too .... tho that was turning into a good episode of Larry Sanders, dang it.
Maybe D* put the banner up so as not to give the satisfaction of Viacom doing the pull on them..
YOU MANIACS! YOU BLEW IT UP! OH, D@MN YOU! GODD@MN YOU ALL TO HELL!
~ Charlton Heston
And so it begins....
(Watching Stewart and Colbert on Hulu, that is!)
Unless Viacom pulled the plug early and the DirecTV computers insert the temporary tech difficulties screen if they detect the feed is lost
Yes, it is like the battle for middle earth, if it were about satellite retransmission fees :lol:
Viacom decided to pull early would not let us finish the hour
So far Palladia is the only station showing the Viacom forced us to shut the channel down message
That was what I was thinking too. Normally during a dispute DirecTV displays a graphic about the dispute, not technical difficulties.
Over/Under a week on this dispute.
Umm that has been true since at least 1819. Corporate personhood is not a new concept, and is what allows them to sign contracts and sue or be sued in a court of law for nearly 200 years now.
If you use the math given it's coming out to .1369/day per subsciber (using 20 million subs and 1 billion increase) or $4.10 a month per sub. That's with going that the 1 billion number
I couldn't even get my camera ready for the pull..
it might be a 3 to 5 year deal, that gets you to pennies.
I have IPTV and how dare you think i have so low of morals to work for a company like VIACOM
Channel 567 has a different message that all the others will get soon
I figured that, my point was that "pennies a day" could mean anything.
last one was 7 years. Doubt they go that long this time. :nono2: