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This is a dream come true for TWC subscribers, and for me. Now my house won’t be overrun for Thursday Night Football, which will leave the beer and food for the weekend. I already heard all my neighbors talking about how much they like Redzone on Monday, but amazingly they started talking about the refs instead. I’ve been enjoying both channels the last couple of years, especially Redzone. It comes in handy for watching my fantasy football players, and I never miss a play from across the league. It has gotten even better using the Picture in Picture feature that a coworker at DISH told me about in my new Hopper, now I can watch a game and the Redzone at the same time on half screens so I don’t have to keep jumping back and forth between channels.
I can’t wait to see how quiet my house is Thursday when its just me watching Thursday night football. Now that all my neighbors can watch it at their house thanks to TWC finally agreeing to term with the NFL, they don’t need to come over here. They have already been gossiping about Redzone this week, although it didn’t last long with that blown call Monday night in the Seahawks game. I’ve been enjoying both channels the last couple of years, especially Redzone. It comes in handy for watching my fantasy football players, and I never miss a play from across the league. It has gotten even better using the Picture in Picture feature that a coworker at DISH told me about in my new Hopper, now I can watch a game and the Redzone at the same time on half screens so I don’t have to keep jumping back and forth between channels.
You mean my house will be quiet this Thursday? My neighbors won’t need to come over to watch the Thursday Night Football game finally. Thank you TWC for saving my beer and food for me and not for your subscribers. They were like office gossips Monday morning talking about how great Redzone is also, almost if it was better than the invention of sliced bread. I’ve been enjoying both channels the last couple of years, especially Redzone. It comes in handy for watching my fantasy football players, and I never miss a play from across the league. It has gotten even better using the Picture in Picture feature that a coworker at DISH told me about in my new Hopper, now I can watch a game and the Redzone at the same time on half screens so I don’t have to keep jumping back and forth between channels.
Man I am doing a dance when I read this article, not because I have been missing out on though channels because I haven’t been. I was happy because I don’t have to deal with my friends that subscribe to TWC coming over and drinking all my beer because they want to see Thursday Night football, now I can go over to there house and drink theirs. You should’ve seen them bragging about watching Redzone last Sunday, like it was the best thing they have ever seen. I’ve been enjoying both channels the last couple of years, especially Redzone. It comes in handy for watching my fantasy football players, and I never miss a play from across the league. It has gotten even better using the Picture in Picture feature that a coworker at DISH told me about in my new Hopper, now I can watch a game and the Redzone at the same time on half screens so I don’t have to keep jumping back and forth between channels.
You mean no longer will I have to put up with my brother in law eating my food and drinking my beer on Thursday night while we watch football? There must be a catch like he still get’s to come over on Sunday and watch Redzone… wait, apparently there isn’t. I could still be in shock after the news that TWC finally broke down and came to an agreement with the NFL. I’ve been enjoying both channels the last couple of years, especially Redzone. It comes in handy for watching my fantasy football players, and I never miss a play from across the league. It has gotten even better using the Picture in Picture feature that a coworker at DISH told me about in my new Hopper, now I can watch a game and the Redzone at the same time on half screens so I don’t have to keep jumping back and forth between channels.
TWC subscribers are jumping around the house right now like the floor is made of rubber. I would be happy to if I was finally going to be able to see Thursday night football and the Redzone channel on Sunday. I will miss making fun of my brother in law because he now has those channels, but I won’t miss him drinking my beer. I’ve been enjoying both channels the last couple of years, especially Redzone. It comes in handy for watching my fantasy football players, and I never miss a play from across the league. It has gotten even better using the Picture in Picture feature that a coworker at DISH told me about in my new Hopper, now I can watch a game and the Redzone at the same time on half screens so I don’t have to keep jumping back and forth between channels.
Well I guess this means I can’t give my brother in law any grief that he catch watch Thursday night football, but on the brighter side he won’t be around to drink my beer. There were a lot of TWC subscribers that will be jumping for joy. because they can watch Redzone and never miss the big play from any game on Sunday. I’ve been enjoying both channels the last couple of years, especially Redzone. It comes in handy for watching my fantasy football players, and I never miss a play from across the league. It has gotten even better using the Picture in Picture feature that a coworker at DISH told me about in my new Hopper, now I can watch a game and the Redzone at the same time on half screens so I don’t have to keep jumping back and forth between channels.
This is good news from TWC, it is better although not as humorous as seeing Patrick Stewart tweets bashing TWC on twitter, but we can’t have it all. I am sure my brother in law will be happy he doesn’t have to go over to a friend’s house to watch Thursday night football anymore. I’ve been enjoying both channels the last couple of years, especially Redzone. It comes in handy for watching my fantasy football players, and I never miss a play from across the league. It has gotten even better using the Picture in Picture feature that a coworker at DISH told me about in my new Hopper, now I can watch a game and the Redzone at the same time on half screens so I don’t have to keep jumping back and forth between channels.
Well one thing we know now know is that TWC subscribers will not be calling their friend’s up to see if they can watch Thursday night Football at their house because they now have access to the NFL Network and Redzone channel. I mean that didn’t take to long now did it? All it took was for Cablevision to come to terms with the NFL to push TWC into the agreement as well. I’ve been enjoying both channels the last couple of years, especially Redzone. It comes in handy for watching my fantasy football players, and I never miss a play from across the league. It has gotten even better using the Picture in Picture feature that a coworker at DISH told me about in my new Hopper, now I can watch a game and the Redzone at the same time on half screens so I don’t have to keep jumping back and forth between channels.
I am glad to see that TWC finally inked an agreement with NFL network, amazing it took Cablevision’s deal with the NFL to push them into it. At least now TWC customers won’t have to go over to a friend’s house to watch Thursday Night Football or to watch the Redzone channel. I’ve been enjoying both channels the last couple of years, especially Redzone. It comes in handy for watching my fantasy football players, and I never miss a play from across the league. It has gotten even better using the Picture in Picture feature that a coworker at DISH told me about in my new Hopper, now I can watch a game and the Redzone at the same time on half screens so I don’t have to keep jumping back and forth between channels.
Well looks like TWC finally is boarding the NFL train to sports happiness. Granted it took them a few years to get the channels, but now their subscribers can enjoy the Redzone channel and Thursday Night football and not have to go their friend’s house. I’ve been enjoying both channels the last couple of years, especially Redzone. It comes in handy for watching my fantasy football players, and I never miss a play from across the league. It has gotten even better using the Picture in Picture feature that a coworker at DISH told me about in my new Hopper, now I can watch a game and the Redzone at the same time on half screens so I don’t have to keep jumping back and forth between channels.
Better late than never is what my father used to say and TWC is just late. But now their subscribers won’t have to go over to a friend’s house to watch Thursday night football, and they won’t miss the best plays on Sunday watching the Redzone. I’ve been enjoying both channels the last couple of years, especially Redzone. It comes in handy for watching my fantasy football players, and I never miss a play from across the league. It has gotten even better using the Picture in Picture feature that a coworker at DISH told me about in my new Hopper, now I can watch a game and the Redzone at the same time on half screens so I don’t have to keep jumping back and forth between channels.
This is much better news coming for TWC subscribers because they can finally watch Thursday night football without going to the bar or a friend’s house. All it took for TWC to make an agreement was for Cablevision to make an agreement. At least they made sure that Cablevision wasn’t the last, TWC was being a corporate gentleman. During football season my television lives for football, and it has gotten even better now that I am using the Picture in Picture feature that a coworker at DISH told me about in my new Hopper. I can watch a game and the Redzone at the same time on half screens so I don’t have to keep jumping back and forth between channels.
Well this is a good thing for TWC subscribers across the country; no longer will you be left out in the cold every Thursday night watching the NFL game through your neighbors’ windows. I am actually surprised it took Cablevision agreeing to terms to get TWC to come to an agreement with the NFL, better to be last than not at all. I’ve been enjoying the NFL Network and The Redzone the last couple of years, especially Redzone. It comes in handy for watching my fantasy football players, and I never miss a play from across the league. It has gotten even better using the Picture in Picture feature that a coworker at DISH told me about in my new Hopper, now I can watch a game and the Redzone at the same time on half screens so I don’t have to keep jumping back and forth between channels.
This is a definite bonus for DirecTV customers, now you can stream VOD to you iPhone as well as one live channel outside of the house. The other 49 live channels are still stuck in the house, but at least DirecTV is making small steps to releasing live streaming to their customers. It is still my beliefs that if you are going to make an app for a mobile device you might as well make everything work on the app anywhere. I stream television shows to my iPhone constantly, except its not VOD content, or a provider owned channels, its every subscribed channel and recorded show I have. Two years ago when I started working nights at DISH I realized how little time I spent at home in front of my television so I bought a sling adapter. Along with the Dish Remote Access app it allows me to stream any channel to my phone no matter where I am, which is much better than just at home.
About the only thing I can say about my TCL television is that it is just a television. No 3D, no OLED, no gadgets or smart technology. But it is a television that does its job and has a 2 year warranty behind it. But for the price it’s a decent 1080p television. I replaced all three televisions in my house recently after a coworker at DISH convinced me to upgrade to the Hopper. I figured I should get rid of my old box televisions for new HD televisions since the Hopper can support 3 HD feeds without a big clunky receiver at the remote televisions. I also like being able to watch my DVR recording or Primetime Anytime on any televisions, and of course being able to hop onto the playback from any other television at the same time.
You know I can’t say that TCL televisions are the best television around, but they are a television for sure. They have a 2 year warranty and they do their job. Nothing spectacular, but for the price it’s a decent 1080p television. I replaced all three televisions in my house recently after a coworker at DISH convinced me to upgrade to the Hopper. I figured I should get rid of my old box televisions for new HD televisions since the Hopper can support 3 HD feeds without a big clunky receiver at the remote televisions. I also like being able to watch my DVR recording or Primetime Anytime on any televisions, and of course being able to hop onto the playback from any other television at the same time.
I like how providers release apps for mobile devices then limit the use of the app to being inside of the house for live streaming. Granted DirecTV took the step out of the darkness and has one channel streaming out of the house which is their Audience Network. If you are going to make an app for a mobile device might as well make everything work on the app anywhere. I stream television shows to my iPhone constantly, except its not VOD content, or a provider owned channels, its every subscribed channel and recorded show I have. Two years ago when I started working nights at Dish I realized how little time I spent at home in front of my television so I bought a sling adapter. Along with the Dish Remote Access app it allows me to stream any channel to my phone no matter where I am, which is much better than just at home.
I am curious why Cox still only allow customers paying more money to access the iPad app; it would seem to me that more people would make us of the app having it available to them. They did integrate their Mobile Connect app though, so now those subscribers who do have access to it won’t have to open up a second app just to set the DVR. If their life is like mine, I spend so little in front of my television that I forget what a great picture it has and I also forget to set new timers a lot. That is where having a remote DVR app comes in handy. I use the Dish Remote Access app to maintain my DVR, I can add and remove timers and I am also able to delete old recordings. Things have gotten better for me since I upgraded to the Hopper after talking to a coworker at Dish about its functionality, have Primetime Anytime available to me reduces my timers by 60% which cuts down on conflicts and let’s me watch even more shows on national networks.
Cox has always had an odd way of doing things. Granted integrating their apps together is a great thing to do for their subscribers, other than the fact that only a small percentage of their customers are on the higher tier packages are able to use the app. Remote DVR apps are a very important perk to have access to since we all have become so busy in normal life. If it wasn’t for the Dish Remote Access app I use (and that every Dish subscriber can use), I would miss over half of the shows I want to watch. I never remember to set anything before I leave, so having access to add or remove timers add delete old recordings is a great help. I was convinced recently by a coworker at Dish to upgrade to the Hopper, which of course I did. But I have noticed now that I have access to the Primetime Anytime recordings, the number of timers I set are drastically reduced as are timer conflicts. Being able to record the big four networks on one tuner even makes it conflict free to record my other favorites off of cable channels.
I don’t understand why CBS, FOX, & NBC execs don’t want us to enjoy commercial-free TV. I’m a DISH employee – AutoHop is great because you can easily watch commercial-free TV. Public Knowledge, a consumer advocacy group, is taking a stand for consumers by creating a petition that tells CBS, FOX, & NBC media to keep their hands out of your living room & DVR. Sign their petition to keep control of how you watch TV http://bit.ly/KFdn1Q
Why don’t CBS, FOX, and NBC execs want consumers to enjoy commercial-free TV? It’s what we want! I’m a customer and employee of Dish, and I think AutoHop is great because you can easily watch commercial-free TV. A well known consumer advocacy group, Public Knowledge, agrees that people should have the right to control how they watch TV. They’re taking a stand for consumers by creating a petition that tells CBS, FOX, and NBC media to keep their hands out of your living room and DVR. Sign their petition to keep control of how you watch TV http://bit.ly/KigXAn
Why don’t CBS, FOX, and NBC execs want consumers to enjoy commercial-free TV? It’s what we want! I’m a customer and employee of Dish, and I think AutoHop is great because you can easily watch commercial-free TV. A well known consumer advocacy group, Public Knowledge, agrees that people should have the right to control how they watch TV. They’re taking a stand for consumers by creating a petition that tells CBS, FOX, and NBC media to keep their hands out of your living room and DVR. Sign their petition to keep control of how you watch TV http://bit.ly/KigXAn
Why don’t CBS, FOX, and NBC execs want consumers to enjoy commercial-free TV? It’s what we want! I’m a customer and employee of Dish, and I think AutoHop is great because you can easily watch commercial-free TV. A well known consumer advocacy group, Public Knowledge, agrees that people should have the right to control how they watch TV. They’re taking a stand for consumers by creating a petition that tells CBS, FOX, and NBC media to keep their hands out of your living room and DVR. Sign their petition to keep control of how you watch TV http://bit.ly/KigXAn
Why don’t CBS, FOX, and NBC execs want consumers to enjoy commercial-free TV? It’s what we want! I’m a customer and employee of Dish, and I think AutoHop is great because you can easily watch commercial-free TV. A well known consumer advocacy group, Public Knowledge, agrees that people should have the right to control how they watch TV. They’re taking a stand for consumers by creating a petition that tells CBS, FOX, and NBC media to keep their hands out of your living room and DVR. Sign their petition to keep control of how you watch TV http://bit.ly/KigXAn