There are times where WNUV's schedule delays the CW-network shows broadcast from Baltimore, Md. Verizon carries the WDCW CW- station in the Washington area. I am on Verizon in the Annapolis area and Verizon carries both the Baltimore & Washington public stations, except for the CW network, which is WNUV from Baltimore. Give the general public the choice of which station they care to watch.
I would like to have access to San Diego and LA local channels. I know it isn't easy but there are tons of folks that work play and live in both areas that would like to see content from both areas. I can stream some of it but it would give you a huge boost in revenue to tap both markets. What do you think?
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I just came over from Comcast and I don't see any on-demand fitness shows.
On-Demand Fitness shows is a nice feature on Comcast and is a pretty big deal for me. You can get a quick 10 minute workout, a longer workout and switch between multiple trainers to workout different parts of your muscles.
Am I missing this in the on-demand guide or is this something FIOS can bring onboard?
UPDATE: Found a post that pointed to the location of the on-demand workouts.
The workouts should be easier to find.
Now that I did find them the selection is poor and should be expanded with the like of Kathy Syphers and Robert Jones.
The organization and selection of workouts on Comcast is superior. They organize by level, (beginner, Expert, Intermediate), multiple categories and a great list of short 10 minute workouts. I still may switch back to Comcast since the workouts were a big part of my TV experience.
Heres a thought why dont you make a type of ON DEMAND only service include all new pay movies and preamium channels movies and series without subscribing to channels and include every on demand available. You can call it On Demand preamium, which includes all on demand movies, all on demand new movies, all on demand preamium channels and any oher channels that offer on demand but without the regular or other cable channels just a strictly On Demand
I saw an over the air sub channel while I was in Connecticut, it was called Antenna TV. I called all the RI television channels to see if they could put it on as a secondary channel, but none of them would. It has a lot of excellent shows. Would it be possible for Fios to ad this channel to it's lineup. I would really enjoy it
These used to be available on Verizon Fios, I believe through KCET. They were dropped about a month ago. I would love to get them back. These are terrific series -- the best mysteries from Italy, Scandinavia, Germany, France, etc.
I heard about a TV channel called Venture and they have TV shows that are a bit more adventurous. One show I saw at a friend’s house is called Bluff and I thought it was interesting; I was disappointed that the Venture channel was not on FiOS, we have the ultimate package. Would Verizon consider adding it to the channel lineup? The link is below
Instead of Nick2 showing the exact same program as Nickelodeon, show a different time zone's Nick. I.E., I'm in California, so show East Coast Time Zone shows. So at 5PM PST Nick2 shows 8PM EST Nick shows. Otherwise, it's just a waste having two identical stations.
Please add MHZ Worldview to one of many unused channels in Riverside, Ca area. It used to be aired on channel 463, but was removed inorder for the NHK channel to broadcast in its spot. The MHZ's website shows that Verizon Fios is broadcasting it in the cities of Washington D.C. on channel 451 and in New York City on channel 29. I believe we deserve to have the variety of broadcasting that the MHZ worldview channel provides just as much as those two other cities. If there are other customers of Verizon Fios that believe as I do, let them hear your voices, as we are the ones paying our monthly subscription to Verizon Fios and deserve to have a channel like MHZ Worldview added to our lineup of viewing channels. Then we can get programs such as "Don Matteo", Detective Montalbano, Ireland Today and the other fine news programs from France, Russia and Germany brought into our living rooms. I mean Verizon is already airing that channel in those other two cities, so why not here?
I switched over to Verizon from Time Warner Cable about 2 years ago. Aside from missing the channel NY1, I am pretty satisfied with Verizon Fios....
However, just last week a new channel, REVOLT.TV, launched on Time Warner and Comcast. This is a brand new, exciting, music channel, produced by Sean Combs.
I would LOVE if Verizon jumped on board and made REVOLT available to Verizon subscribers. There aren't many music/music video channels left. And Sean Combs promises to bring us the best music from around the world. I would love to see this channel daily on Verizon!
I have been anticipating the debut of the new channel Fusion that's coming out on Monday. I knew that Verizon would be carrying them, but I just found today that it will only be available on the Ultimate HD package, and it won't even been in HD!
I really would like to see the channel available as an Extreme HD subscriber, an in HD at that. Thank you!