<troll> No big loss </troll>
I'll miss The Simpsons and Family guy.
So droppinf FOX means loosing the Super Bowl, Daytona 500, countless football, and basball games, and a couple F1 races... and alot of other stuff.
That's a HUGE fan base.
If I were FIOS I'd find a way to keep FOX.
I know I'll have to switch if they don't.
My experience is that the channels rarely go away.
And when they do, it isn't for long.
And my experience is that if they do go away and come back, then the cycle just happens a year later on another service.
I'm pretty sure I see scrolls on the local NBC station at least once a year showing another dispute between Raycom and a TV provider.
I have been a long time customer and am very disappointed Verizon is not holding up their end of our contract. If Fox 25 is dropped, I will decrease my services until my contract runs out and I will not enter into another contract with a company that does not care about it's customers. I will also seriously consider moving to another company if they offer a buy out of my contract deal because most all of our family tv watching is on Fox 25. Please keep Fox 25!
According to this article,http://www.bostonglobe.com/business/2014/11/26/fox-may-dark-thanksgiving/tuILMCIoJugFBjp0frgeOP/stor...
they are asking for a rate that is double what Verizon pays in similar size markets.
Keep that in mind when try and place the blame.