12-16-2007 09:44:57 PM
Message Edited by spd2demun on 12-16-2007 11:48 PM
12-17-2007 03:17:59 AM
Message Edited by callmeox on 12-17-2007 06:18 AM
12-17-2007 12:04:21 PM
If CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS can give us local weather on the 8s, so can AT&T. Don't tell us that UBar is substitute, mine does not even give current temperature.
12-17-2007 12:07:12 PM
Yes, other IPTV sevices are supposed to have LOT8.
callmeox wrote:I don't know this first hand, but I have read that other IPTV services have LOT8's. I think I read that the more advanced satellite receivers also get it (not sure if it was DirecTV or Dish).
12-20-2007 08:02:22 PM
12-25-2007 09:05:12 PM
MrSnarkyPants wrote:Qwest Choice TV (IPTV) has Local on the 8's. All ATT needs to do is spend a couple of bucks.
12-29-2007 04:15:38 AM
12-29-2007 08:24:51 AM
12-29-2007 08:31:05 AM
12-29-2007 10:21:41 AM
iwantmyiptv wrote:I'm sure I'll get some interesting replies with this, but doesn't everyone receive their local channels already? One of the frequent complaints that I read was about knowing when severe weather alerts were issued. Don't your local channels already have this? In my area, if the National Weather Service issues an alert than both the Weather Channel and local channels show it. Also, how many of us actually have U-verse without internet service bundled or no internet service at all? I would doubt that there is very many. Why then is it so hard to use the Weather Channel website? The Weather Channel never has the local on the 8's on the 8's anymore in my area anyways, mostly when they show all those horrible weather story shows in the evening. I have actually found it faster to just go to the website instead when this is the case or when it is ten minutes after the hour. (You guys seriously wait around until the next 8 minutes after the hour instead of going online? ) Out of all the technical difficulties that U-verse has, I find this a moot point. I think we would be better served to direct our energy to letting AT&T know that we want features like a second HD stream and WHDVR sooner than what they tell us is the rollout date. I'm sure they'll give you guys a weather radar eventually, but I would like to see a petition letting AT&T know that they need to stop pushing back giving us features that should have been available already. (Example: The U-bar is in all the promotional materials, but it has not even been released in all areas yet). Just my two cents. Hope I encouraged some thought and brought a different perspective to this issue.
12-29-2007 02:27:44 PM
12-29-2007 02:44:01 PM
12-29-2007 03:13:11 PM
01-22-2008 05:07:33 PM
01-23-2008 06:34:27 AM
spd2demun wrote:Ubar is WRONG most of the time, which makes no sense as it's getting it's info from TWC.
01-31-2008 01:15:12 PM
01-31-2008 01:34:29 PM
We appreciate the input and apologize for any inconvenience. Please know that AT&T U-verse is working to deliver you a better weather viewing experience. We are in the process of turning up by market the U-bar functionality that brings you live weather that's customizable to the areas you want to see without interruption to your program viewing. 3Q08 we will be bringing you a customizable Weather on Demand application that will provide current forecasting and radar capabilities as well.
So please continue to provide us you input and know we are listening and working to bring you the best entertainment experience.
01-31-2008 01:48:01 PM
Message Edited by dejay5555 on 01-31-2008 03:48 PM
01-31-2008 02:00:34 PM
02-01-2008 07:13:57 PM
DaleB wrote:Definately is needed, just one of the reasons I'm going back to Time-Warner
02-01-2008 07:27:22 PM