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Than you for staying honest and keeping your address accurate. Hopefully the disagreement with your market's locals can be settled soon and you'll be back to viewing the networks.

There were a couple of channels mentioned in other threads that were pulled and put back last month. I don't know of any others that had a January 1st deadline that wasn't met.
 

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jsk said:
All American Direct. They provide distant networks to those who can't get them via Dish. I doubt you would qualify for distant networks since you are already in a market served by Dish.
DISH carriage is irrelevant to qualifying for AAD. As long as one lives in a white area (no OTA coverage) or can get a waiver from the relevant local station(s) of the same network they can receive AAD service. SD is better than nothing ... it wouldn't hurt to try.
 

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filefly said:
AAD is called Sobongo these days.
No, it isn't. Sobongo was a shopping service (Shop Online, Buy Online 'n Go) that was set up by the previous owners (and creators) of All American Direct, NPS out of Indianapolis, Indiana. Sobongo remains the property of NPS and was recently relaunched with "All American Dish" being one of their product lines (not to be confused with the "All American Direct" distant networks service that was sold to "Distant Networks, LLC." last year).

Distant Networks, LLC, should not be confused with DISH Networks ... even though Distant Networks, LLC, uses the abbreviation DN and has headquarters in Colorado not far from DISH Network's operations.

http://www.allamericandirect.com/ or http://www.mydistantnetworks.com/ are website of Distant Networks, LLC d/b/a AllAmericanDirect ("DN").
 
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