|Originally posted by bakerfall|
Truth is, we don't know for sure. All DirecTV has said indicates that if you have locals from Chicago, you'll get it. However, if they follow Dish Network's policies and you overlap with any other market (in other words if you could get a Grade B signal from a neighboring market i.e. Milwaukee, South Bend, Rockford, etc.) You may need a waiver. We won't really know until Jan 30
|Originally posted by Chuck_IV|
This makes me wonder if you will need a waiver from the neighboring markets. Why in the world would you advertise with a half(full?) page ad, that it will be available, if everyone needed a waiver? It wouldn't make for too good of publicity if they couldn't get it, without a waiver.
|Originally posted by stickyfingers|
Because once you're signed up, you're under contract for a year or two.
Brian (imagining D* CSRs will be getting lessons in instructing customers about the joy of OTA antennas)