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Hi, and welcome, This is my blog all about top TVs and top TV providers.

Top Satellite TV

Providers

It is not an easy task to know the best provider of Satellite TV; this is because the services and products offered by DISH Network and DirecTV are similar. The services offered by these two Satellite TV companies gives subscribers access to a wide range of programs which includes countless HD channels, premium channels, sports packages, On Demand, pay-per-view and lots more. In addition, both companies also offer high-end proprietary DVR systems which allow subscribers to connect all the TVs in the home. If you are thinking about a second option for cable, you can easily make the switch with any of these two companies. The only challenge you might face will be making up your mind on the right one to stick with. See satellite TV reviews. DISH Network This is a world class satellite TV company, as it offers its subscribers seven great plans at a very modest price. The basic satellite package offered by DISH network is just $19.99 per month, while the other packages have different price ranges, and the premium TV package offered by DISH network is just about $89.99 per month. See Dish Network reviews. The price of each plan offered by Dish Network is quite cheap when compared with what some other cable TV companies charge for the same plan. Satellite TV is a better option than cable TV because there is no physical restriction associated with cable networks. With DISH network you have the option of taking your TV outside your home with the DISH Tailgater so you can watch your TV in your backyard, at a park or even while camping. Moreover, Tailgater comes at a very pocket friendly price besides, the charge is only a per-month rate therefore you don’t have to pay for the months you are not making use of it. DISH network also has an outstanding a special device known as Hopper DVR; this device has a massive storage capacity of up to 2TB. DISH is poised to meet all your TV and entertainment needs across the 50 states at affordable prices. DirecTV DirecTV tops the chart of the best Satellite TV providers because it’s nationwide availability, strong programming as well as its exciting DVR selection. DirecTV has a complete selection of channels which include On Demand shows and movies, HD programming, pay-per- view, mobile viewing, as well as an ever increasing collection of 3D content. If you are sports fan, it will excite you to know that you can watch NFL Sunday Ticket and a wide range of other sporting events only on DirecTV. See DirecTV reviews. Once you are subscribed, DirecTV gives you the opportunity to make your selection among its various high quality DVRs, and in addition to the best option available on DirecTV, its own Genie receiver. The Genie receiver is a unique device in the whole industry. With the device, you can record up to five different shows simultaneously, its storage capacity is 1TB therefore you can store many hours of programming without having to delete programs you recorded in the past. The coverage of DirecTV spans through the fifty states because it has no physical cable restrictions. When you are ready to get satellite TV Place an order for your Satellite TV equipment, and while you are placing your order, you have the freedom to choose your preferred equipment, make a schedule for the installation and select your preferred programming. The technician that will do the set up will bring the equipment to you, he will get the programming activated when he is done with the set up, and if you decide to have additional program selections to the ones you chose when making your order, the installer will help you to do that too. When you are done with the set-up, simply switch on the television and watch your favorite program.

News

FCC chief proposes freeing

Americans from getting pricey

set-top boxes from TV

providers

Twenty billion a year! No wonder cable and satellite TV providers and cleaning up. Hopefully the FCC can do something about this. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler plans to give people more choices when it comes to buying or renting a cable box. Americans spend an estimated $20 billion a year renting one or more set-top boxes from their cable and satellite TV providers, revenue that the FCC said dramatically exceeds the cost of providing the devices to pay-TV subscribers. SIGN UP for the free Indie Focus movies newsletter >> "Lack of competition has meant few choices and high prices for consumers -- on average, $231 in rental fees annually for the average American household," Wheeler said in a statement distributed Wednesday. See the most-read stories in Entertainment this hour >> Wheeler's proposal will be circulated among the four other FCC commissioners, who are scheduled to vote on it Feb. 18. His initiative calls for creating new standards for companies designing TV navigation devices. Copyright issues and security concerns by the pay-TV companies have limited the market for device makers. Cable and satellite TV providers typically steer subscribers to their own products and charge a monthly fee. That fee has long been a sore point for many consumers. This is a snippet from the Los Angeles Times. You can read the rest of the article here.
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Hi, and welcome, This is my blog all about top TVs and top TV providers.

Top Satellite TV

Providers

It is not an easy task to know the best provider of Satellite TV; this is because the services and products offered by DISH Network and DirecTV are similar. The services offered by these two Satellite TV companies gives subscribers access to a wide range of programs which includes countless HD channels, premium channels, sports packages, On Demand, pay-per-view and lots more. In addition, both companies also offer high-end proprietary DVR systems which allow subscribers to connect all the TVs in the home. If you are thinking about a second option for cable, you can easily make the switch with any of these two companies. The only challenge you might face will be making up your mind on the right one to stick with. See satellite TV reviews. DISH Network This is a world class satellite TV company, as it offers its subscribers seven great plans at a very modest price. The basic satellite package offered by DISH network is just $19.99 per month, while the other packages have different price ranges, and the premium TV package offered by DISH network is just about $89.99 per month. See Dish Network reviews. The price of each plan offered by Dish Network is quite cheap when compared with what some other cable TV companies charge for the same plan. Satellite TV is a better option than cable TV because there is no physical restriction associated with cable networks. With DISH network you have the option of taking your TV outside your home with the DISH Tailgater so you can watch your TV in your backyard, at a park or even while camping. Moreover, Tailgater comes at a very pocket friendly price besides, the charge is only a per-month rate therefore you don’t have to pay for the months you are not making use of it. DISH network also has an outstanding a special device known as Hopper DVR; this device has a massive storage capacity of up to 2TB. DISH is poised to meet all your TV and entertainment needs across the 50 states at affordable prices. DirecTV DirecTV tops the chart of the best Satellite TV providers because it’s nationwide availability, strong programming as well as its exciting DVR selection. DirecTV has a complete selection of channels which include On Demand shows and movies, HD programming, pay-per-view, mobile viewing, as well as an ever increasing collection of 3D content. If you are sports fan, it will excite you to know that you can watch NFL Sunday Ticket and a wide range of other sporting events only on DirecTV. See DirecTV reviews. Once you are subscribed, DirecTV gives you the opportunity to make your selection among its various high quality DVRs, and in addition to the best option available on DirecTV, its own Genie receiver. The Genie receiver is a unique device in the whole industry. With the device, you can record up to five different shows simultaneously, its storage capacity is 1TB therefore you can store many hours of programming without having to delete programs you recorded in the past. The coverage of DirecTV spans through the fifty states because it has no physical cable restrictions. When you are ready to get satellite TV Place an order for your Satellite TV equipment, and while you are placing your order, you have the freedom to choose your preferred equipment, make a schedule for the installation and select your preferred programming. The technician that will do the set up will bring the equipment to you, he will get the programming activated when he is done with the set up, and if you decide to have additional program selections to the ones you chose when making your order, the installer will help you to do that too. When you are done with the set-up, simply switch on the television and watch your favorite program.

News

FCC chief proposes freeing

Americans from getting pricey

set-top boxes from TV

providers

Twenty billion a year! No wonder cable and satellite TV providers and cleaning up. Hopefully the FCC can do something about this. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler plans to give people more choices when it comes to buying or renting a cable box. Americans spend an estimated $20 billion a year renting one or more set-top boxes from their cable and satellite TV providers, revenue that the FCC said dramatically exceeds the cost of providing the devices to pay-TV subscribers. SIGN UP for the free Indie Focus movies newsletter >> "Lack of competition has meant few choices and high prices for consumers -- on average, $231 in rental fees annually for the average American household," Wheeler said in a statement distributed Wednesday. See the most-read stories in Entertainment this hour >> Wheeler's proposal will be circulated among the four other FCC commissioners, who are scheduled to vote on it Feb. 18. His initiative calls for creating new standards for companies designing TV navigation devices. Copyright issues and security concerns by the pay- TV companies have limited the market for device makers. Cable and satellite TV providers typically steer subscribers to their own products and charge a monthly fee. That fee has long been a sore point for many consumers. This is a snippet from the Los Angeles Times. You can read the rest of the article here.