With the loss of Current TV, we've stopped watching early morning shows. However, adding Free Speech TV to the channel lineup would bring back the shows we would be watching and more. Dish and DirecTV both have Free Speech TV channels.
Please add Free Speech TV to your tv listings. As mentioned by others, your competitors have already done so. Many of the shows and personalities from CurrentTV would be available thru Free Speech TV and would be a great replacement for CurrentTV.
I have been a comcast customer for many years. I am considering cancelling comcast and getting a roku to watch free speech tv unless comcast brings that channel. It's a great, informative channel and would be an asset to the channel lineup.
well as a first time user (of any message board) I first created my post and then I saw the other earlier posts pop up, so I absentmindely agreed with one and then when I saw how many other prior posts there were I realized that continuing was foolish.
now as for you, was it a worthwhile use of your time to snark at me for that? I hope it made you feel real smart and all.
I agree Free Speech TV should be added to the line up. There are a few other "news" channels my system that are from Foreign countries so it would be really nice if we could get a US channel carried on our Cable System. Especially a news channel that is based on the old news prior to the elimination of the Fairness doctrine and the Telecommunication Act.
I too have a Roku but that only works for one TV unless you are going to move it from TV to TV which I have done. Comcast would be wise to listen to us before Roku does come up with a version that has a DVR attached.
Please add Free Speech TV...MSNBC is NOT a counter to Fox. FSTV is counter to corporate media period. Please offer this. Direct TV does.
That's exactly why Comcast won't carry FSTV, they're part of corporate media and support the TPP. They're dismantling MSNBC, which Comcast owns, to be a non-progressive station. That's why Ed Schultz was just let go and Chuck Todd hired there. Todd is a corporate mouthpiece and Comcast wants MSNBC to be a corporate mouthpiece.