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  • Frank Hodder
    July 30, 2012 - 22:53

    This is 100% on the gov for forcing a digital conversion on the industry that no one asked for. CRTC=GARBAGE

  • carogers
    July 29, 2012 - 06:37

    I live five minuet drive from CBC and last year I had three tvs recieving snow, Cannot get anything without a provider (cable or satalite) no NTV or CBC. We now watch TV shows and movies over the internet. It costs less and I get all the movies, sports I want. cbc.player.ca and other sights.

  • Another way the Federal Government has found to give Nova Scotia more of the business that is generated and belongs in Newfoundland and Labrador paid for by the people of the province.
    July 28, 2012 - 11:42

    Another way the Federal Government has found to give Nova Scotia more of the business that is generated and belongs in Newfoundland and Labrador paid for by the people of the province. This reminds me of the Search and Rescue Center jobs that Ottawa saw fit to send off to Nova Scotia, despite the fact most of the Atlantic Ocean waters are situated under the province of Newfoundland and Labrador's jurisdiction. It is sickening to hear of such abuse when we are unable to do anything about it because of the dictatorial way our province is treated.

  • Christopher Chafe
    July 28, 2012 - 08:25

    Eastlink why in god's name were you not ready? Please don't use the excuse that they are doing it earlier. Every TV provider in this country had ample notice of the forthcoming changes to broadcasting signals. You guys should have been ready!

    • SirSteven
      July 28, 2012 - 14:50

      With satellite tv so prominent , it's a wonder cable companies like Eastlink and Rogers can compete. They got caught with their pants down and want ot cry about it. Switch from cable, if you can. It's a dead end.