In the Harrisburg area, Cozi TV was carried by WGCB. WGCB has apparently made the programming decision to drop Cozi TV. This would be across all providers, not just Comcast. Comcast has no involvement with this decision, and only passes along the signal provided by the network.
@Ark70 wrote: What happened to Cozi TV? Guide says Cozi when you tune to it, it's radiant tv. 17111 zip code
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It was the network's prerogative to change what programming they provide without notification(why the guide still shows COZI).
I just posted asking them to bring back. The owner of the channel it was broadcast through was not making any money showing it. He felt bad that he couldn't keep it going but he could not sell ads to make money; therefore, religious channel. He told me Comcast owns COZI and could have it broadcast through another channel. I think it stinks that when I did a recent upgrade and asked them if I would lose channels they said no...I lost 2. ID Discovery and WE tv. Cable one day will be gone to streaming devices and watching over internet.
What happened to Cozi TV? Guide says Cozi when you tune to it, it's radiant tv. 17111 zip code