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Re: Why does Comcast not carry Fox Sports 2 (formerly Fuel TV)?

Interesting, so Starz streams their channel. Hmm, it would seem the trend is moving toward everything being streamed. It will be a move up to Comcast / Xfinity to see what will happen next. Amazon has "The Grand Tour", which is great program not being on regular television 📺.
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@markdartj wrote:

The Fox Sports 2 ship has sailed.  It's never going to happen on Comcast.  Another controversy is happening on another thread; how many of you have tried to access the STARZ app on your Apple TV or Firestick or smart TV?  Comcast won't let you, even if you are a STARZ subscriber on the cable side.  Apparently, Comcast is in a snit because STARZ is offering a stand alone streaming service, much like HBO now or Netflix, and they are charging less for this service than COMCAST charges to have STARZ on your cable line up.  You can stilll stream STARZ on the Xfinity app, however the offerings are more limited than what you would be able to see if you were streaming via the STARZ app.  

 

This is another example how COMCAST could care less about what it's customers would like to watch.  Because of their intransigence, many more people are cutting the cord and investing in streaming services (for much less than what they would pay for cable).  The downside to this is the amount of data you use for your internet.  Because much of what I would want to watch on FS2 I now stream, my data usage went over the limit for the last few months.  I had to step up to unlimited data for an extra $50.00 a month.


Hmm I have Fox Sports 2 (FS2) in my Houston market.


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I agree.  This issue has been befrore COmcast for several years and nothing visible has happened.   For that reason I'll be going to Direct TV or elsewhere within the next 30 days.  If you still hope Comcast will start offering FS2, you are wasting your time/  Find a different hobby.

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Hmm I have Fox Sports 2 (FS2) in my Houston market.


Were you with a different cable company that was taken over by Comcast/Xfinity?  If so, that's why you have it -- it was grandfathered in.  If that isn't the case.....SHHHHHH!  Don't say it too loudly, they might notice and take it away!  Smiley Happy

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If you do have FS2, you are lucky that you are in the minority that have it.  You happen to live  in a market where Comcast had a legacy contract with FUEL (which preceeded FS2).  We had FUEL too, but it mysteriously dissapeared about six months before it became FS2.

 

With Fox no longer covering soccer, there is little on FS2 that I would care to watch.  I watch more racing now than I ever did when SPEED was still around.  To tell the truth, SPEED was a shadow of it's former self, no longer covering diverse racing series, instead showing car shows, much like Velocity does now.


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At this point we are considering the idea of getting rid of our Comcast TV package while keeping our internet & Netflix, and signing up for Sling TV as then we can still have all the channels we actually watch and the added bonus of having FS2 for our race viewing.
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As a new (returning) Comcast customer, I was very surprised today when I looked for Fox Sports 2 to watch the usual NASCAR practice and qualifying. Imagine my confusion when I found I did not have it on my channel lineup, especially since I wanted to watch the practice for the NASCAR "XFINITY SERIES", sponsored by Comcast!!!! Seems that would be part of any negotiation with Fox, NASCAR, and Comcast. Then I tried Fox Sports GO, and received the same message that I could not access the channel. Fortunately, NASCAR will switch to NBC in July. Maybe I'd better check for NBCSN on my channel list...,.
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I recommend Hulu with Live TV. It gives me 4 regional sports networks, All ESPN channels, FS1 and FS2 along with CBS Sports Network.
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It looks like at least half of the 24 Hours of LeMans coverage is on FS2.  I can stream it on my laptop but I would much rather watch it on my TV with surround sound.  I'm surprised that I can stream it on Fox's site since we don't get the channel and Comcast seems to not allow some streaming services like BeIN Sports.

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Since Disney gets the largest chunk of money from our cable bills for their ESPN networks (then throw in the multiple Disney / ABC channels) ... Why doesn't Comcast start dropping some of the useless / repetitive ESPN channels to free up some money to give to News Corp to add Fox Sports 2??

 

It's NO surprise that Comcast grossly overbid for the Olympics TV coverage to force News Corp out of the competition ... And now Comcast along with the IOC are launching the "Olympics Channel" next month whilst killing off the Universal HD (UHD) channel ... Cat Frustrated

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@Seattlesix wrote:

Since Disney gets the largest chunk of money from our cable bills for their ESPN networks (then throw in the multiple Disney / ABC channels) ... Why doesn't Comcast start dropping some of the useless / repetitive ESPN channels to free up some money to give to News Corp to add Fox Sports 2??

 

It's NO surprise that Comcast grossly overbid for the Olympics TV coverage to force News Corp out of the competition ... And now Comcast along with the IOC are launching the "Olympics Channel" next month whilst killing off the Universal HD (UHD) channel ... Cat Frustrated


Some Comcast markets do have FS2, including my Houston market.


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@RobertWy wrote:

@Seattlesix wrote:

Since Disney gets the largest chunk of money from our cable bills for their ESPN networks (then throw in the multiple Disney / ABC channels) ... Why doesn't Comcast start dropping some of the useless / repetitive ESPN channels to free up some money to give to News Corp to add Fox Sports 2??

 

It's NO surprise that Comcast grossly overbid for the Olympics TV coverage to force News Corp out of the competition ... And now Comcast along with the IOC are launching the "Olympics Channel" next month whilst killing off the Universal HD (UHD) channel ... Cat Frustrated


Some Comcast markets do have FS2, including my Houston market.


In that case, it was most likely grandfathered in.  Except for those situations, FS2 is not among Comcast's channels offered.

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It looks like at least half of the 24 Hours of LeMans coverage is on FS2.  I can stream it on my laptop but I would much rather watch it on my TV with surround sound.  I'm surprised that I can stream it on Fox's site since we don't get the channel and Comcast seems to not allow some streaming services like BeIN Sports.


Don't waste your time with the Fox (Faux) coverage of the 24 Heuers du Mans.  Their commentary is inept and their ratio of coverage to commercials is about 1 to 1.  Sign up for the WEC streaming package, around $40.00 for the whole season including Le Mans.  While I'm typing this, I'm watching the re-play of the race.  I'm currently in hour 13.  It's divided up into one hour segments, so you can watch an hour at a time and not miss anything.  Plus the streaming and playback is in 4K HD.  Much better picture than over cable.  Also, no commercial breaks and expert commentary, including Alan McNIsh.  I've posted this info elswhere on this thread (It looks like I work for them, I've been advertising their services so much.  Not the case.  I'm just an enthusiastic follower of motorsports.)  I have an Apple TV box so I can "Airplay" anything that comes over my iPhone to the TV via my WiFi connection.  Better than cable.  Cheers, spdGT

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Today (06/25/2017), I again received notification of a solution to the lack of FS2 problem.  In checking it out, I am taken back to Page 1 of this 35 page discussion.   How is that a solution??  The only thing nearly as annoying as not receiving FS2 is continually being notified that there is a solution when in fact there is none.  The only acceptable fix is an announcement that FS2 is now available and until that happens, kindly stop the misleading "solution" notifications.  

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I'm gonna say it one more time. Ditch cable. Go with a streaming service. I highly recommend Hulu with Live TV. Get the channels you want for less money. Comcast has great internet. I consistently get 240 down. Their cable and equipment charges are outrageous. Get the channels you want and save some money on the process.
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We have been wondering and asking the same things for YEARS ever since Comcast dropped Speed, etc.  Direct TV offers FS1 and FS2 but it requires rental of the top level package.

 It's a shame but we cannot expect to ever see FS2,  

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That's why I keep saying dump cable and get a streaming service. Best channels. Cheaper pricing.
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I'm going to miss the Concacaf Gold Cup soccer matches tonight because there's no Fox Sports 2 in my area.[or in most others]

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You can watch the matches tonight on Univision Deportes.
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Hello all, I understand your desire to add content that you enjoy watching in your area. We do listen to customer feedback. For more information on this topic, follow this link: https://customer.xfinity.com/help-and-support/cable-tv/channel-availability-faqs/?. The support page also includes a link to our Customer Feedback Form where you can request channels that you would like to have added to our lineup. If for any reason the link does not work for you, I suggest copying and pasting it into the address bar of your preferred browser.


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Fox Sports 2 is now availble online and mobile.

 

even though I don't have it.

 

what tier is it supposed to be?

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What Tier??? FS2 and David Bowie's space oddity are in the same tier.  Not to dump on Pharrell, but there are THIRTY-SIX (36) pages of discussion (and counting).  The vast majority of us cannot get FS2 through Comcast nor are we likely to ever get it.  I dumped Comcast due to high cost, number of channels I will never, ever watch and the lack of FS2.  Well, I recently got married and, guess what, she had Comcast.  The bright side is my spam e-mail continues to be directed to my comcast e-mail account.  I periodically log in here to see what y'all are saying.   

The fix is we all mark posts from ComcastTeds and ComcastAmir as "solutions",  pencil whip it so this is "solved".  

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OK we should be able to add the FS2 app to our app portion of the Xfinity selection.

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Read this:

https://www.xfinity.com/support/cable-tv/online-tv-through-partner-sites/


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to quote from the above link:

You'll need the following to get started:

  • A subscription to XFINITY TV that includes the network you want to watch.

pretty sure you will find if you don't have FS2 in your area, in your package and available to you on your TV, you still won't get it. I do not get FS2 via Comcast's TV Go App.  Please, please, if you have found a work around or a loophole, do share details.

 

I just checked my app

https://www.xfinity.com/support/cable-tv/live-tv-streaming/

which still does NOT show FS2.

a quote from comcast.

Does live TV streaming with the XFINITY Stream app/XFINITY Stream portal include all channels?
When connected to your in-home XFINITY network, you can watch all the channels on your lineup (i.e., those included with your XFINITY TV subscription) through the XFINITY Stream app and portal, with the exception of pay per view or Adult channels. Outside the home, over 200 channels and over 40,000 TV shows and movies from your lineup will be available for live streaming.

 

Now, I am still pretty much convinced that, while "TV Everywhere" and XFinity streaming are different, when you try to log into a content provider with your Comcast information, if you do NOT have FS2, you will NOT be able to view FS2.

 

I do not find TV Everywhere as a distinct app.  Again, if anyone finds a workaround or can show I am wrong, please post.

Thanks,

Me

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What happened?

 

I thought I was the only one who didn't get FS2 on tv anywhere.

 

comcast Jessie you got some explaning to do?

It was announced on tv everywhere why announce it on tv everywhere if it's not availble.

 

to no one.

 

was it an error?

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@Pharrell wrote:

Fox Sports 2 is now availble online and mobile.

 

even though I don't have it.

 

what tier is it supposed to be?


Apologies. I am looking into this now with our California team to get clarification.

 

Where did you see/hear that Fox Sports 2 is available to you online and via mobile?  Thanks for any additional information that you are able to provide. 


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The new sticky thread about "New TV Anywhere Networks" mentions FS2. The problem is, does Comcast carry FS2 anywhere?

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Comcast Jessie post on new tv every where channels mentions FS2.

I got all the channels he mentioned except that one.
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We have FS2 here in Palm Beach county. In four years, I don't think I've watched one show on that network.
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@Pharrell wrote:

Fox Sports 2 is now availble online and mobile.

 

even though I don't have it.

 

what tier is it supposed to be?


Apologies for any confusion we may have caused here. That was not the intention. 

 

Fox Sports 2 is available via our app and online if you have this channel available and subscribed to in your channel lineup. Customers who have Fox Sports 2 in their current level of service now have the opportunity to view this channel online and via mobile devices via our XFINITY Stream app. We will make that distinction clearer in the other announcement.

 

The below is still accurate.

   

ONLINE ACCESS

The current contract terms with Fox only allow online access to Fox Sports 2 for customers who have that channel (Fox Sports 2) in their level of service.

That is how most all cable networks operate and this situation is standard across all video providers.

Below from the Fox Sports Go site: http://msn.foxsports.com/foxsportsgo/

 

Live streams of all the FOX Sports Networks are available at no additional cost to fans who receive FOX Sports as part of their TV subscription through participating TV providers. If you get FOX Sports 1, FOX Sports 2, and FOX sports regional channels at home, you've got access!

 

For more information on why certain channels are not provided everywhere follow this link: https://customer.xfinity.com/help-and-support/cable-tv/channel-availability-faqs/ The support page also includes a link to our Customer Feedback Form where you can request channels that you would like to have added to our lineup. If for any reason the link does not work for you, I suggest copying and pasting it into the address bar of your preferred browser.


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@andyross wrote:

The new sticky thread about "New TV Anywhere Networks" mentions FS2. The problem is, does Comcast carry FS2 anywhere?


Got it, thanks!

 

And yes, Comcast does offer Fox Sports 2 in a few areas. In areas where we do carry FS2 and a customer has FS2 in their level of service, they can now view FS2 content online and on a mobile device using our XFINITY Stream app. We will make that distinction clearer in the other announcement.  


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How do the 85-90% of All Comcast/Xfinity subscribers that don't have Fox Sports 2 as part of their Channel tiers Stream/watch Fox Sports 2 online?

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You would need to be receiving Fox Sports 2 as part of your subscribed channel lineup to access content online, Spiderbaggins.


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@Spiderbaggins wrote:

How do the 85-90% of All Comcast/Xfinity subscribers that don't have Fox Sports 2 as part of their Channel tiers Stream/watch Fox Sports 2 online?


In a word (or two), we don't. 

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Is there anyway we can get Fox Sports 2 added to our line up or at least added so we can watch it online? It has even ben removed from the fox sports go app for android.
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Is there anyway we can get Fox Sports 2 added to our line up or at least added so we can watch it online? It has even ben removed from the fox sports go app for android.

No. That's the answer.  Unless you have FS2 on your cable service, you aren't going to get it on-line.  This has been going on for years, this thread now 36 pages long, and by now, it's clear that it will never happen in our lifetimes.  Most of us have moved on, either to other providers (which is Comcast's suggestion if you are unhappy about their service; rather callous advice, if you ask me), or found online streaming services to watch the particular programs you want to see that would otherwise be availabile on FS2 (such as Le Mans, and the rest of the WEC season, IMSA, etc.)  It is my prediction that, since Fox will no longer cover FISA, there will be little to see on FS2 anyway, and it probably won't last long.  Fox thought they could instantly compete with ESPN, and all their channels, without considering that ESPN took years to build up it's offerings so that it needed an ESPN2.  FS2 is basically now used to shovel off races that go on too long on FS1, or other various niche sports.  Their vewership numbers for that channel don't even warrent expansion to the rest of the Comcast customers, yet they think they can command a high price for including it in everyone's line-up.  That's the hang-up and the reason Comcast will not, for any reason, offer FS2 to all of it's customers, no matter how many request it (which in the grand scheme of things, is a very low number, despite the number of posts on this thread)  If you already have FS2, it's because the cable company you had before Comcast bought it out had a contract with FUEL TV.  If you had FUEL TV with Comcast, you may have noticed it mysteriously dissappeared about six months before the launch of FS2.  So there you have it, 36 pages of requests, complaints, "solutions", etc. in a nutshell.

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I'd be happy if they would stop splitting the coverage between FS1 & FS2.  My big sport is Sports Car Racing, specifically long distance Sports Car Racing like LeMans, the Nurburgring 6 Hr, Daytona 24 hr and the Sebring (Fla) 12 hour race.  Fox or Comcast or whoever thinks it's acceptable to air the 1st part of a race on FS1 and the rest on FS2.   It's so frustrating to watch 5 hours of a 6 hour race on FS1 and the last HOUR is on FS2 or wait for the last hour to be aired the following Sunday!  A whole week!    Arrrrrgggg!  I guess I should happy they are showing it at all, but nooooo, they dropped the last hour so a Nascar race can ne shown.  Seems it would be better to just delay the Nascar race by an hour, but I doubt they even considered this option.   Actually the best option would be to provide FS2 to us on the internet or to make FS2 available on Comcast the same as FS1.  I know this is a wasted letter, Comcast has been bombarded by complaints like this for years with no movement or even response from a Official Employee.  I give up, I'm going to DTV.

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I'd be happy if they would stop splitting the coverage between FS1 & FS2.  My big sport is Sports Car Racing, specifically long distance Sports Car Racing like LeMans, the Nurburgring 6 Hr, Daytona 24 hr and the Sebring (Fla) 12 hour race.  Fox or Comcast or whoever thinks it's acceptable to air the 1st part of a race on FS1 and the rest on FS2.   It's so frustrating to watch 5 hours of a 6 hour race on FS1 and the last HOUR is on FS2 or wait for the last hour to be aired the following Sunday!  A whole week!    Arrrrrgggg!  I guess I should happy they are showing it at all, but nooooo, they dropped the last hour so a Nascar race can ne shown.  Seems it would be better to just delay the Nascar race by an hour, but I doubt they even considered this option.   Actually the best option would be to provide FS2 to us on the internet or to make FS2 available on Comcast the same as FS1.  I know this is a wasted letter, Comcast has been bombarded by complaints like this for years with no movement or even response from a Official Employee.  I give up, I'm going to DTV.


LIke I've posted before, throughout this thread, if you are into the WEC, then get their app, pay $40.00 something dollars for the season, and you can watch all of the WEC races, uninterrupted by commercials, from start to finish (if you can stay awake for 24 hours).  It's definitly worth the price (heck of a lot cheaper than going to the races; at least for me).  I use the air-play to watch on my TV, as if it's being broadcast by a network.  THe differences is, like I mentioned before, no commercials, and the commentators actully know what they're talking about, thanks to Radio Le Mans.  If you miss some of the race, they replay it in hour long peices, so you can go over what you missed if say, you fell asleep.  6 hours of the Nurburgring was a great race last weekend.

For IMSA, if you want to see it live, get a VPN based in the UK, then you can watch the IMSA live stream, with the same commentary (John Hindaugh, Toby Moody, Alan McNish, and the rest of the Radio LeMans gang.) and no commercials either.  I also have a streaming package with Virgin Australia Supercars.  A lot of other series you can watch on Youtube as well (Blanpain Endurance Series, Hankook 24H series, Bathurst 12 hours etc.)  It's the future of TV, and Comcast hates it (which is why they are now limiting data usage; so pay for unlimited.)

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Big Nascar fan. For nearly four years now I've missed many practice and qualifying sessions but I can somewhat live with that...but now we have hit rock bottom.

The Eldora truck series heat races are on FS2 as I type this. Well, at least I'm told they are, I sure as heck can't see the channel. Very frustrating. I see a lot of people chiming in on Twitter and I love it!

Tweets of the year:

@JonSchantz: Will enjoy reading about it on twitter 🙄. amazing how Xfinity is a NASCAR partner yet they don't carry FS2? pathetic @comcast @comcastcares

@25jroller: Extremely disappointed w/ @NASCARONFOX and @NASCAR_Trucks bc I can't watch or steam Qualifying races bc i don't have FS2 bc I have @XFINITY

What a JOKE.
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To Markdartj - Wow - we're a lot alike!.  I really appreciate the advice.  I am trying to find the best way to cut the cable now and keep the internet and get better more focused content.

Thanks again - I will definitently give it a try!

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Spain vs. Italy

September 2, 2017

1:45 PM Central

 

Fox Sports 2

 

Thanks.

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Guys, please don't waste your breath - this is pointless.

From the day FS2 was introduced we are asking, begging, cursing, appealing, pleading, requesting... and Comcast spits in our faces with that “submit your formal request" bs.

 

THEY DON’T CARE – don’t you get it?

 

Their lineup is almost up to Ch.2000 now – some of them totally useless plus duplicates and triplicates, so if they would ever considered adding FS2, they would have done it a long time ago.

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@lt62 wrote:

Guys, please don't waste your breath - this is pointless.

From the day FS2 was introduced we are asking, begging, cursing, appealing, pleading, requesting... and Comcast spits in our faces with that “submit your formal request" bs.

 

THEY DON’T CARE – don’t you get it?

 

Their lineup is almost up to Ch.2000 now – some of them totally useless plus duplicates and triplicates, so if they would ever considered adding FS2, they would have done it a long time ago.


My guess is Comcast has an issue with signing up FS2 in some markets.  I have no clue what the issue is, but the Houston market does have FS2.


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It may be me, but watching FS2 legally shouldn't be this difficult. 

 

Just sayin'

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There are several of us that would love to see FS2. I believe it will not happen in my lifetime. Other channels will get priority over it. All of us pay lots of money for this product, but Xfinity/Comcast refuses to budge on this one channel.
On another channel I would love to see would be RFD/TV and to get Country Music Classics again but no up charge!
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What Xfinity package has Fox Sports 2?
I have Digital Starter 140+ channels which includes FS1. "Your Channel lineup " says I have 221HD channels, When I try to find FS2, Channel finder states "you do not access to this channel, you need Digital Preferred, Digital Preferred Plus or Digital Premium", how do I get one of these?
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What is channel # of FS1 in Seattle?