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WKUFan518 Offline

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RE: I was thinking about this CUSAtv and our TV contracts
CBS has where most games are being shown on TV including Facebook and Twitter, you just have to wait later in the week...I would prefer Twitter and Facebook over any other streaming including ESPN3, quality of stream has been good on both of those apps....CUSA needs to contact Amazon and or Netflix and beg them for a platform to stream most of our games, would be better than paying or being ripped of $7 for 1 game on CUSATV and or $20 for 1 game on Flosports...Why would anyone pay Flosports $20 to watch 1 game? Biggest rip off ever and something WKU does not need to partner games with, 2 games on Flosports is 2 too many games.....
10-09-2017 03:21 PM
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RE: I was thinking about this CUSAtv and our TV contracts
(10-08-2017 10:36 PM)MU42 Wrote:  Isn’t it a shame that C-USA took the advice of the TV networks to add schools for TV Markets and rushed Charlotte to FBS for their market. Now the TV networks don’t want to pay us anything, and many schools in this conference either don’t have very large fanbases or they are so new they have very few fans to subscribe to CUSATV.

Charlotte won a few games last year because they had 50 seniors. Now they are basically restarting again. It’s sad. They should have been allowed to grow in FCS and then come up.

It's amazing that even the people in the business didn't have the foresight to see what was about to happen. Everyone thought they were just going to keep cashing those checks completely oblivious to that fact that the whole thing was about to crash.
10-09-2017 06:29 PM
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RE: I was thinking about this CUSAtv and our TV contracts
(10-09-2017 11:37 AM)WKUYG Wrote:  
(10-09-2017 11:06 AM)Hilltop75 Wrote:  This is what I had to do to watch the WKU/UTEP
Game this weekend.
1. I paid 6.95 for Cusa Tv
2. I had Roku already connected to my big screen
3 I added the R-Cast Channel to my Roku
4 I added the R-Cast app to my phone
5 I paid the 2.49 extra so the video would cast longer than just 10 minutes
6. Then I saw the worst tv production ever. Dead silence, great increases in volume, the same dumb graphic over and over.

The only thing worse was the game itself.

We have a TV package like FCS conferences

You left off one thing....

20 minutes of the play by play guys talking to the El paso DA....no, not the AD. The DA of the city of El Paso talking about DIUs and the cost of it. "Make no mistake, once you are charged...You will pay over $10,000" I bet I heard El Paso had 10 DUI cases a day...20 times.

Who the hell wants to pay to watch a game and here the local yahoo's talking about DIUs for 20 minutes of it.

I had to mute the sound because of the loud shout that would pop up without any warning

Oh yes, I forgot that along with the announcer on the sidelines doing contests and handing out stuffed animal horses.
10-09-2017 08:13 PM
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