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batye
batye
1/1/2018 1:29:48 AM
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Re: TV & Video 2018
@clrmoney I have the same hope but you never know as everything could change on the dime... and people follow croud and try to forget over look facts... it gonna be ups and downs... but bottom line will tell at the end and we will see... 

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batye
batye
1/1/2018 1:27:25 AM
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Re: The President
@Shaunn this day it like we no longer watching the news it more about hype, trends and celebs and everything based on opinion not facts... or true reality... 

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JohnBarnes
JohnBarnes
12/31/2017 8:53:19 PM
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Net neutrality and absolute conflict of premises
When I used to teach public speaking I always had a fair bit of time devoted to argumentation, especially impromptu, and allowed pretty much all issues  at the students' choice -- but I discouraged abortion, religion, and anything about fundamental rights.  Not because I didn't want to hear the arguments, but because in all those topics, there's a fundamental premise that neither side can finesse or get around, the argument quickly goes to those premises if the arguers are at all competent, and the whole thing slides into re-runs.  Either that thing in the uterus is a baby or it's tissue; either your particular version of God is the only one or it doesn't exist at all; either people have rightst that can't be abridged for any but the direst reasons, or they are merely being tolerated out of convenience. Where no shared premise is possible, neither is rational debate -- or any end to it.

Well, I think this is another one.  One way, internet providers are entirely transmission services, and have no more right to decide to accelerate ads or throttle criticism than a phone operator does to break in to your call to tell you you're being rude to the person you're talking to.  Or else you are the content provider for the phone company, one of millions of people who incentivize people to have a phone, and it's therefore your job to call people up and be nice to them, and accept calls from telemarketers preferentially. Either it's a public space as much as any soapbox in the park, or it's their circus and their monkeys. There's really not any logically coherent position between.

And so I predict we'll still be debating this in 2028, 2048, and as long as the net lasts.

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faryl
faryl
12/31/2017 8:20:02 PM
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Re: TV & Video
What I find most troublesome about the net neutrality issues is the way the FCC not only completely ignored citizens’ comments supporting it, it also refused to allow any action to be taken to look into the reported hacking & use of people’s information to submit comments without their knowledge. Nothing about the process gives any sense of good faith or shows any respect to the citizens of this country.

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dlr5288
dlr5288
12/30/2017 9:32:17 PM
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Re: TV & Video
It’s a scary thought that the whole internet will be regulated more than it is right now. Charging people even more money for things they’ve been using for years...

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srufolo1
srufolo1
12/29/2017 8:40:58 PM
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TV & Video
Net Neutrality is a huge boxing match between the people of America and the FCC. Those of color, and the LGBT community are particularly threatened because they feel without Net Neutrality, content will be refused by big corporations like AT&T, and their voices will be suppressed. I don't know how far the repeal of Net Neutrality will go.

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afwriter
afwriter
12/28/2017 11:20:56 PM
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All Torn Up
My own political and personal views have me struggling internally with net neutrality, but one thing I do know is that I am vehemently against the Disney acquisition of Fox. If all of the horror stories about both of these issues pan out I could see the hardline media (DVDs, CDs, Etc.) making a big comeback. 

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afwriter
afwriter
12/28/2017 11:14:59 PM
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Prime Time Drama
I'm looking forward to seeing the Vivendi Docudrama on FXX Disney next fall.

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Shaunn
Shaunn
12/28/2017 6:58:06 PM
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The President
I found that bit about the president rather interesting because it's so true. Especially the part about CNN. They reported on presidential soda intake the morning of a failed New York bombing.

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clrmoney
clrmoney
12/28/2017 10:53:09 AM
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TV & Video 2018
I know that many companies will be very competitive when it comes to TV and Video so I'm sure they will be some ups and downs but I think that overall it will be okay.

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