Many times while I am browsing the On Demand options for my 4 year old an age-inappropriate ad/trailer will be running. The most recent example is for The Other Woman. While I was looking for a Disney Jr. show "let's kick him in the balls" blared out of the tv.
Is there any way Verizon can keep the On Demand trailers to a PG / all ages appropriateness level? We've seen trailers for horror movies, trailers with violence, etc. and they are not things I want my daughter subjected to but I have no way of blocking these.
The SEC athletic conference and ESPN announced a 20-year agreement to carry a new television network and digital platform called the “SEC Network.” The formal name is the “SEC ESPN Network.” The Network will offer SEC sports and sports-related studio programming 24 hours a day, seven days a week. More than 1,000 live events will be available in the first full year across the television Network and its digital extensions. This will include approximately 45 football games, more than 100 men’s basketball games, 60 women’s basketball games and events from across all 21 SEC-sponsored sports.
I would like to see Verizon FIOS carry the SEC Network in all markets.
According to the article below in addition to many other articles out there, Fox is rebranding their Fox Soccer Channel as the FXX channel this fall. They're also going to move some existing shows such as "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" to that channel as well.
After doing some research, it has come to my attention that Verizon Fios customers are paying the highest monthly rates for any cable television provider. While both Time Warner and Comcast charge $14.99 for this station, Verizon charges a full 25% more at $19.99. This channel provides a great link to Israel with live television and sporting events. However, to charge such a premium for a non-hd station seems foolish.
My recommendation is to charge the $14.99 a month, allowing for more subscribers to enjoy first run content from israel.
All Dodger games will now be carried on SportsNetLA in the Southern California region. This new sports network launches on February 25 (sportsnetla.com). Please make it available at launch, as the Dodgers will be World Series contenders from day 1. Do not force Dodger fans to be on the outside like your Pac-12 fans in Southern California.
There is a commercial for everyoneon.org that is being played CONSTANTLY.....ad nauseam. I have an idea that WHOEVER is responsible for deciding what commercials are aired and how many times.... please make the decision to either STOP playing the everyoneon.org commercials ...OR... cut down on the amount of times they are aired.<br>I usually see them on Fox Sports West...during Angels baseball games.<br>During one game, I saw that one specific commercial played 16 times!!<br>Same commercial...back to back (repeated) 8 times!<br>It gets HIGHLY annoying.<br>Just an idea....thought I would suggest it.
Please add the channels that part of the Select HD plan to the Prime HD plan, i know this has been requested for the past like 5 years and nothing has changed, but thats just more of an indication that something needs to be done or you will continue to lose subscribers.
At the very least, Boomerang should be offered as it is an ad-free network, so if the subscriber fee for Select HD is enough to cover the cost for Boomerang, surely the extra money of Prime HD should be enough the have Boomerang as well (why should I pay even more with Extreme HD for something that is available to me for less?).
Likewise with BBC America, which has the same set up that it is available in Select HD and Extreme HD, but not Prime HD. It is a pretty basic channel to offer.
Finally, with FOX Soccer becoming FXX and Fox Movie Channel becoming FXM, those channels should also be offered in the Prime HD plan, as they will feature content in the way TNT-TBS-TCM does. So FX-FXX-FXM should be available in Prime HD just like the Turner networks are (and especially because in the case of FXX, shows like The League and Its Always Sunny... that used to air on FX will now be on FXX, so subscribers of FX will all want to see their shows).
Please correct these gross oversights as soon as possible, and please don't just let this request sit for another 5 years so people can continute to complain and/or leave your subscriber base. Thank you.
Thunderstorm season is back in Texas, and we don't have a way to track storms real time. The "news" stations sometimes show the weather (when it's severe enough), and the weather stations and app give us a tiny pixelated smudge that's worthless.
We need a station that's just a map. An animated doplar map updated in real time.