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When: April 20, 2011 (at 12 pm Noon EDT and 8:00 PM EDT)
Length: Two 60 minute sessions
Main Topic Area: 1.9 Interactive Media Guide
Joe Ambeault is the Director of Product Development and Management for FiOS TV.
How does it work?
The session will be open to receive messages (and questions) from Verizon Community members on April 20, 2011 at 12 pm Noon Eastern for 60 minutes and again at 8:00 PM Eastern for 60 minutes.
1. Come to this "Meet the Expert" board and post your question. Please be sure to start a "new message" for new topics. If your topic is already being discussed please "reply". Note that you will need to be registered for the Verizon Community in order to post a question or reply. (It only takes a minute to register, and it is free.)
2. Joe (along with other members of the FiOS team) will be on this board during the allotted time periods to respond to as many posts as he can. We will leave the board open in between the two sessions in case you want to post a question for Joe to answer when he returns in the evening.
3. Be sure to "subscribe" (under Board Options) to receive email notifications if you have to "step away" from the session. You can also subscribe to other specific threads or topics you are interested in.
I was reading the transcript of the presentation, it was very interesting and informative. Just a question in the rollout schedule which there was a number f questions and references,. Does Delaware gets grouped with the Philadelphia market? or is it its own entity, and which part of rollout does it fall into beginning, middle, or end?