A past discovery life channel had life saving information (special or documentary) about Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis on either 23, 24 or 25 July 2017. I am not saavy on how to find this information. A person's life may be saved if you can please help me find info, and how to obtain a copy of information if found. Thank you so very much!
So sorry that this information needs to be sought under such trying circumstances. I would suggest any of the follow methods to help:
1.) You can search for the show On Demand if you have Spectrum TV service-This typically will show content within 3-7 days after original airing and might be avaliable for about one to two months.
2.) Discovery Life's website has selected episodes that you can watch for free:
3.) You can also contact Discovery Networks about the name of the show, and your situation.
3.) You can use the Internet to search for any topic. Web MD is an excellent medical reference guide below:
However, no medical website ever takes the place of commuiciation or cousoling a specific medical condition with that person's own doctor and /or caregiver. Keep this in mind when researching medical information, or seeking answers about medical information.
I live in Pittsfield. Pittsfield is in Massachusetts. I don't live in New York, and I honestly don't care about New York politics or news. So why are they shown in Massachusetts?
The Pay TV providers do not determine your local market, or Designated Marketing Area. This is determined by the FCC. There is a map of DMA's available on wikipedia.
Berkshire County is closer to Albany, NY, than Springfield, MA. Therefore your county of residence, along with Bennington County in Vermont are part of Albany, NY's DMA. Therefore, cable and satelitte offerings will be from Albany NY. The only way you will receive Massachusettes TV is to use an arial and hope to pick up programming from more eastern portions of the state.
Write and complain to the FCC. The cable company has no say over this. Unless an over-the-air channel had "significant" historical viewership in the area, signals cannot be imported from far-away stations in order to protect the local broadcaster. So even though you get TV from out-of-state, those out-of-state TV stations are closer than in-state TV stations. Radio / TV Waves do not obey man-made political boundaries.
It takes time for them to put it in their catalog. Like a week.
You do know that Adult Swim puts all the episodes up on their site, right?
Here's the latest: http://www.adultswim.com/videos/rick-and-morty/rickmancing-the-stone/
Why isn't Rick and Morty Season 3 Episode 2 available on demand?
It aired last night- so...?
Why is every single other episode listed via Spectrum's ondemand listing as viewable/available?
All On Demand content is made available if and when the content owners say so.
Once again, preseason NFL football is here, that lovely time when you get to see your team's 3rd-string scrubs play against the other team's 3rd-string scrubs. In New England, we love our Patriots 24/7, so both CBS stations and one ABC station simply MUST MUST MUST air the game. 3 channels showing the same thing, yay!
The problem is that many of us, while we love football, also love watcing the shows that CBS airs nationally, e..g Big Brother.
Will there ever be a possibility of offering...not even sure what the term would be, a "national feed", maybe...on an alternate channel when situations like this arise? So we can tune in to CBS and watch what the rest of the country is watching?
This is an excellent idea! Overlap from three stations is a bit too much! LOL! My recommendation would be to use On Demand, which would allow users to catch up on their shows. On Demand content goes up generally two-five days from the time of the original broadcast. It is an excellent way to catch up on missed shows.
Complain to the network, It's not a cable co issue, they must air what's on the local channel and that includes all the local commercial spots that businesses in your area pay for and are not carried on a national feed.
Can anyone tell me how to eliminate all those unused channels on my TV??? I have Starter TV and would like to get rid of those unused channels. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
If you have the New Guide or what is know as "The Guide" press the Select Button twice. Now, select the Guide Filter called "Subscribed." Now, only channels in your package will show in the list.
There may be channel filters for the other guides, but I do not have those guides in my area, so I cannot assist in that regard.
The Olympic Channel is replacing Universal HD and Spectrum was named in Comcast's press release as one of the providers that'll carry it when it launches on July 15. So it'll be available to Spectrum subscribers, but you may need to change the package you subscribe to in order to get it depending on which package Spectrum puts it in.
We are in the Benton KY service area. MeTV is sometimes on channel 10 and sometimes the CW occupies that channel. I've never met anyone who prefers the CW over MeTV so why on earth would y'all switch back and forth? It's annoying...
It's all about the carriage agreement. In most markets, MeTV is a digi-sub-net, and is broadcast over-the-air on a stations sub-channel (i.e. - Channel 10.2 instead of Channel 10.1).
If you're getting CBS / CW / MeTV from KFVS (and therefore WQTV/WQWQ), the station itself is choosing to split time on that sub-channel (KFVS-DT2) between the CW and MeTV.
Your complaint should be with station management, and not the cable company. The station is choosing what programming to provide the cable company.
It's all about viewership and demand. If the ratings for BBC World News is high enough and enough subscribers request it they will make room. Doing so will require something to be dropped though. Seeing as the ratings for MSNBC, Fox News, and CNN dwarf BBC World News I don't see it happening soon.
QVC and HSN have HD channels, their viewership cant be as high as BBC for sure . Compared to that BBC is the world's biggest news channel. It should be have been included. But alas, i guess, i will have to live with it for now. Wait a few months if it changes, then look for alternatives.
QVC and HSN are provided in HD because, believe it or not, the cable company gets a cut of every sale made via the phone numbers provided on screen.
In addition, these channels may even PAY the cable company to be included on every tier or programming available.
On a 1 GHz system, an operator has about 150 "channels" to allocate. 10 SD feeds per channel, 2 HD feeds per channel. Blocks of channels for internet and VoIP. When you add up broadcast networks, independent local stations, major payTV networks, premium networks, PPV, Out-of-market sports packages, etc. the bandwidth disappears rather quickly. This is why some operators implement SDV feeds for channels with little or no viewership.
In the end, it's all about money.... Soccer may be the world's biggest sport, but it's not in the States...
The volume level is determined by the federal government and is designed to get your attention in case of an emergency.
We had tornado warnings in the Charlotte area yesterday and we heard that sound all afternoon about every ten minutes, but I was happy that it was there.