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  • John Malvaso Sep 24, 1:26 p.m.
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    WRAL the news channel that cares, they should be ashamed of themselves!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Why LET their customer base suffer while they have a disagreement with UVerse!!!!
    Greed! nothing in there about caring!

  • Teddy Fowler Sep 22, 7:25 a.m.
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    Hardly anybody is going to watch using an antenna.... this ain't the 1980's

  • Len White Sep 15, 12:26 p.m.
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    Fred,

    Not to worry …. I’m a’figuring that when the advertisers realize that their ‘message’ is not being as widely broadcast as they are paying for that there will be a bit of pressure applied from the other direction.

  • Fred Kozlof Sep 14, 4:29 p.m.
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    It's not Uverse. Direct TV, Dish500, and I presume TWC/Spectrum have all had 'disputes' over fees paid.
    Since the signals are available off-air for free, ANY amount paid by a service provider is better than nothing. SO i presume Capital Broadcasting has gotten greedy, and wants more. Once again, the consumer gets screwed...because we are still paying the same monthly amount, but now missing 50% of the local channels. Come on Capital, make an agreement. This stupidity is only topped by your decision to switch from CBS, to NBC.

  • Kevin O'Donnell Sep 14, 1:51 p.m.
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    Here is the problem with calling U-Verse.....their call center is somewhere offshore. I called to complain last night. I could not understand the call center person. I regret going to with U-Verse at my house. Time Warner customer service was pathetically bad, but at least they did not drop major channels.

  • Jon Smith Sep 13, 7:51 p.m.
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    And here is the excuse I need to cut the cord and bypass the affiliates and content providers. You both need to understand your value is probably much less than you think.

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