Nasa TV is still missing from the lineup. I asked about this when I first got FIOS TV back in 2006 and told it would be 'soon'. This was before I moved and lost fiosTV for 18 Months. How do I officially request this? Who collects these requests?
I am in ZIP 20171 (Fairfax County), but I get Loudon County local education programming and not the Fairfax County list the web page says I should so it isn't on local channel 43 like the website suggests it should be.
I found some other threads that really didn't answer this question properly on where the request for this should be sent.
I was surfing the Fios site to see where I could put in my request for NASA TV in Carrollton TX and came accross this message board.
I have not found where I can voice my comments so if anyone could post a link to it, it would be appreciated. I have inquired a couple of times in the
past when I had to call verizon over Fios technical issues and I get the same party line when I ask ......it's coming soon or I have heard talk about it,
but nothing for sure.
I think "soon" is the default answer they give for all channels. Here's a brief lists of the channels I was promised would be coming "soon" to FIOS in the portland area when I signed up back in December.
FSN NW HD
CSN NW HD
FX HD - this is now available
The best I think you can do is go to www.verizon.com/fiostvcentral where you can find a 'Send Feedback' link in the upper right corner. This past week was the first shuttle mission since I switched to fios and lost NASA tv and boy have I missed it. I'll be really bummed if we don't get it by the time the Hubble servicing mission comes.
If it get sclose and the NASA channel is not availabke try using the search.
I did a search on "Space Shuttle" and founf that it was on HDNet. I t was only 1/2 an hour and I don't know what would have happened it it was delayed, but I have to say the picture was awesome and it was the first my boys and I have seen one in HD.
We turned up the sound and had the room shaking.