- A variety of channels may be dropped
- Video regarding the issue is posted
- Topic can be shared on social media
When a media outlet and a cable provider go toe to toe on contract negotiations things can become rather heated. So much so in fact, internet pages are often created to get the word out to customers that stand to be affected by the dispute. A current example of this type of alert is the Keep Viacom page. Spectrum customers who want to learn more about what channels they could lose if a deal is not made between Viacom and Spectrum can do so by skimming the various sections provided at the page. Those who would rather learn about the issue through a video can click the Videos link posted at the top of the Keep Viacom page to watch a brief 30 second display regarding some of the shows and channels that could be dropped from Spectrum. More about Viacom’s position on the issue can be learned by clicking the Get the Facts link posted at the top of the page.
What are some of the shows I will lose if I can’t keep Viacom??
- South Park – Animated program about residents of the fake town of South Park, CO
- Spongebob Squarepants – A cartoon show about a burger-flipping yellow sponge
- Bar Rescue – Bars across the country get revamped in hopes of saving the business
- Tosh.O – Comedian Daniel Tosh provides a hilarious take on popular internet videos
- Everybody Loves Raymond – Reruns of this classic comedy are now airing on TV Land
Those who want to let Spectrum know how they feel about the potential of losing Viacom can click the Call Spectrum or Make Your Voice Heard links to reach the company by phone or through a Facebook post. Those who wish to share the Keep Viacom page on social media can do so by clicking the Join the Conversation link (Facebook and Twitter). Customers with questions for Viacom can try reaching out to the company by phone.
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