03-08-2011 09:15 AM
Can someone from Verizon give us an estimated date range? It can be a month, quarter or even year.
Also, I keep seeing this famous 'list of channels to be added'
A number in a list does not mean anything in terms of timeframe.
Could you please publish the list?
I do not understand why it is so hard to provide a date.
It's not like there are things to consider that are out of your control.
The channel(s) are already transmitted in HD.
03-10-2011 04:39 AM
This is really ridiculous how long it takes to get FSC and other HD channels added. I was told 3 months ago by FIOSTV on twitter that FSC was next to go to HD. Now it's bumped back to 4th and who knows how much further down it will go or even when more HD capacity will be added. By the time it is added all of the CL and EPL matches will be done for the year. As many have said on this forum and twitter Verizon could really manage the expectations with a simple communication about an estimated timeline, even if they say 3rd quarter or another far off date.
03-11-2011 09:14 PM
Now FSC is in group 2 to become an HD channel? So wasn't this channel bumped off a prior group that became HD and now has been pushed back from the next group to the group after that? Don't know why Verizon is keeping the launch such a deep dark secret.
03-14-2011 08:35 AM
Can someone from Verizon give us an estimated date range?.
The biggest problem is that this is a peer-to-peer forum. While there are a few employees that visit occasionally, there is no official presence here. Twitter seems to be where Verizon is putting out information. All you are going to get here, is those of us that have heard rumors.
03-14-2011 09:27 AM - edited 03-14-2011 09:28 AM
Twitter seems to be where Verizon is putting out information. All you are going to get here, is those of us that have heard rumors.
And all you'll get there is the marketing spin that Twitter Joe spews which is rarely accurate.
03-14-2011 06:28 PM - edited 03-14-2011 06:28 PM
Just to keep things in perspective-
Those constantly starting new threads about FSC HD are in the vocal minority. In reality, most FiOS customers aren't affected by FSC HD because they'd never watch it, because they'd never watch soccer. Can you really blame Verizon for adding channels with higher ratings, and probably channels that are cheaper to add? Given the fact that FSC HD still hasn't been added, I'm sure Verizon has held off due to some considerable costs.