Friday, April 23, 2010

Will Comcast Air Kelsey Grammer's 'Right Network?'

Here is Scott Baker and Liz Stephans of the B-Cast discussing on whether Comcast will air Kelsey Grammer's 'Right Network.'  It looks like it would be good and hope it is aired.

7 comments:

TRESTIN MEACHAM said...

I thinking it will be video clips. It would be nice if it were 24/7. I grow tired of a lot of the people on Fox.

Carlos Echevarria said...

@ Trestin, as a viewer of Fox since '96 inception, I too lately have grown somewhat dissolution-ed in terms of certain slants, particularly with Shepherd Smith, though I remain a staunch O'Reilly, Bret Baer, Krauthammer,Fox and Friends, Hemmer, Colby, Cavuto, Greta fan.

@ TeresAmerica, I found you via the ever rambunctious The Catholic Knight's blog, best regards.

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Teresa said...

Trestin,
Sometimes I grow tired of people on Fox, also. But, I would much rather listen to Fox than any of the other news channels.

Teresa said...

Carlos,
Thank you for stopping by and commenting.

God Bless! And, have a wonderful weekend.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

I hope my SuddenLink carries it one day. They can substitute it for CNN that has no viewers, or maybe MSNBC that has fewer viewers.

When the Comcast subscribers get wind of them back stepping on this, there will be hell to pay dear old Comcast. I see new satellite dishes going up all over Comcast's area. Take heed Comcast before the American consumer speaks out.

Maggie Thornton said...

Had not heard about Kelsey Grammer's venture. I get tired of Fox, but the blogs take me out it, and revive me. However, Fox is far and away better than than any other media, and not because I share the views of their evening shows and two top a.m. shows, but because I do see lots of liberals on there, having their say, and reminding of why I, (and you and your readers) are brilliant enough to see them for what they are:-)

Matt said...

It would be nice to have another alternative. Hopefully, it eventually lands on Direct Tv.