Verizon Fios broadcast of MHz Worldview (ch 451) in the Washington, DC area

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Verizon Fios broadcast of MHz Worldview (ch 451) in the Washington, DC area

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Is Verizon Fios ending the broadcast of MHz Worldview (ch 451) in the Washington, DC area? Is so, why? This would be a real loss for Verizon Fios customers in the area.

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Re: Verizon Fios broadcast of MHz Worldview (ch 451) in the Washington, DC area

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In a way no.

MHZ is no longer an over the air channel.

So Verizon, along with others, are no longer going to carry it.


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Re: Verizon Fios broadcast of MHz Worldview (ch 451) in the Washington, DC area

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I have been with Verizon for 30+ years.  If they don't bring back MHz Worldview (ch 451) they will lose me too, it's the only channel I watch.

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Not True, COX and DIRECT TV have it .

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@Sandy1wrote:

Not True, COX and DIRECT TV have it .



It is listed as now being on 469(fios) according to the MHZ worldview site. 

 

It probably was a sub-channel that was dropped by one of your local channels and picked up by another.  When this happens it usually take some time to negotiate and add the new sub-channel and add it to the lineup you receive, and often ends up on another number in the 400 range.

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@Sandy1 wrote:

Not True, COX and DIRECT TV have it .


Looks like Verizon may have been ahead of others inteh DC area.

I suspect it is now gone from Cox and DirecTv (unless DirecTv is carrying it on another local).

https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/mhz-networks-shifts-distribution-model-and-methods-in-dc-dm...


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I am very disappointed that you have stopped carrying channel 451, Worldview.

 

Do you expect to bring it back?

 

It was very hard to find an area to log a complaint.  Hope this is okay.

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If this is part of MHZ networks, see previous post.


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