1. Freeview compliance...My view is that the Freeview project has been scrapped.
2. My understanding is that the dongles will be made to order. They will not be stocking them like you stock bread. If one person orders a dongle one will be made. If 500,000 people order dongles 500,000 will be made. That is why they need people to sign up to gauge the level of interest.
3. Why would broadcasters need to be signing up if the company is simply allowing the reception of free TV channels. Do not confuse their set up with Aereo's. Aereo had signed up for TV and film packages with the broadcasters then started retransmitting them to customers for a monthly subscription fee.
Bit like me paying £100 per month for the ultimate Sky package, sticking an aerial on my roof then retransmitting the same package to my customers who I charge £8 per month. Of course as soon as I get 13 customers the operation begins to pay for itself. When I get 800,00 customers like Aereo then I'm made for life. This is not what the company is doing.
4. How can you pre-order something when you don't even know what the price is.
5. Even bull-fighters have facebook and twitter sites. The social media side is utterly pointless.
6. They have nothing to report outside of the US. I've told you all before everything else was vacuous, pointless and designed sole to issue equity. Now the equity is coming from one bucket shop source who needs to sell set top boxes to Himalayan Monks.
7. Articles placed on the FAIQ in 2005 are still up to date. LOL
Just a few musings ... but first welcome back UMTD & Walky..you were missed but remember the old saying absence makes the heart grow fonder...great to see you both back posting....anyway
Just thinking about what needs to happen or what it might be nice to know: 1) Freeview compliance (or is/will that now be freeview/freesat!) 2) Import & delivery to shops or distribution depots of dongles (must be there or we'll on way in the U.S. for a Black Friday launch) 3) Broadcasters signed up & on board 4) be nice to have some news if any on pre-order volumes 5) I'm not a great social media user so it'd be nice to know how active FB/Twitter etc 6) Some news around what if anything is going on outside the U.S. 7) be nice to have the FAIQ's updated
Just ramblings on an otherwise quiet day - off out for a run now...
Catanzaro - "Looking at previous rns [ year or two ] not saying its the way it is but its not coincidental that when shares are issued or holdings in the co that a few days later some kind of good news comes out"
Wrong. You've got it upside down. The news is released first and then shares are issued to skim retail share holders after buying into what they thought would be an upward moving stock.
NOT LONG NOW...Its never been long now. Its always been coming you birdbrains and it still is.
Looking at previous rns [ year or two ] not saying its the way it is but its not coincidental that when shares are issued or holdings in the co that a few days later some kind of good news comes out, with all what's going on and the testing near its end or completed and tying up loose ends I feel its the right time to inform shareholders that contract or contracts are in place to push forward
I had a feeling we would get some news on Friday which was ok but I thought it could of been a update or contract to Pender over the week end
this is just my opinion
Tablet tv is expected very soon a contract will push MTV to the next step and like we say----------
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