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I want Decades television (New on 4-2 Boston) in 460-499 range

I want Decades television (New on 4-2 Boston) in 460-499 range

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Bronze Contributor II
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It is new, so asking for this channel, which started up 2 weeks ago.

 

It should go where all digital subchannels go, in 460-499 range on Fios.

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Copper Contributor PuppyDogPlace
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Decades is the digital subchannel for the CBS affiliate in Boston, WBZ-TV.  They are a HUGE player in the market.  IF Verizon offers other digital subchannels for the other big players in Boston, it stands to reason, that sooner or later, they will add 4.2 Decades.  Or so we can hope.  Remember, it took FIOS some 6 weeks to add ME-TV on 5.2.  Does anyone at Verizon have anything to say about this?

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Verizon doesn't comment on channel adds.

Might be worth asking the station that carries the channel if they are working to have it carried by Verizon.


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Copper Contributor PuppyDogPlace
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@CRobGauth wrote:

Verizon doesn't comment on channel adds.

 

Do you speak for Verizon in making that statement?

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Not directly.

But they have stated in the past that they do not comment on their business dealings.


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