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The Filter On Satellite TV
By Daniel Lyne


The Filter On Satellite TV
By Daniel Lyne
Do you wish that you grew up in simpler times like your Grandmother's generation? Don't forget she and her family were likely bombarded by vacuum cleaner salesmen day after day? Most people would say "No," because we live in the Internet generation. Nowadays, you can sit at home and be bombarded by 323 Direct salesmen. Amazingly, they all "hit" you at the same time and on the same screen. Did you know that you can get a Satellite Network FREE or with NOTHING DOWN.

So how do you put a filter on all of this 'free' information and find out the differences between Direct TV, VOOM, Dish Network Satellite, and Sky Angel? Just as I did, you can go to their sites directly or you can read on and I'll give you -FREE- and with no obligation, the information to help you make your Satellite decision.

Satellite is nothing new. In fact, most cable companies get much of their feed by satellite. What is relatively new is the boom in companies that cut out the middleman and give you Direct straight to your own dish. Direct is currently the market leader, but the folks at Dish Network are rapidly gaining. VOOM (without the Va Va), is a niche Dish provider, which prides itself on HD service. VOOM also sneaks in some other channels and a free local pickup.

The deals for Satellite include, for Direct TV: a wide selection of channels, free equipment, free HD upgrade, and often free installation even with their basic for as low as $19.95 limited time package. Dish offers: (see above) plus a smaller dish. VOOM piggy backs on Dish equipment and is leaning toward being offered

by the other companies as an option.

In case you hadn't noticed, the satellite dish is evolving faster than laptop computers! Now there is even a Toshiba Satellite laptop. This laptop has nothing to do with TV, but they call it a satellite!

For the growing Christian viewing public, there is a network called Sky Angel, which provides family friendly and Christian broadcasting only. You can think of it as 'Heavenly' satellite TV. Even the news is offered from the Christian perspective. Can it compete with Direct TV?

It doesn't even try. It can, however, use the same receiver as Dish TV, so if you grow tired of the standard packages, you can often just switch services to Sky Angel. It's priced a lot less, too. Of course Dish Network would prefer you didn't leave them.

However, all of these Satellite systems have one thing in common: if you don't aim the dish right, you won't get anything. After all, it IS Direct TV! That's where www.satellitefinder.com comes in. This is a care ware site, and therefore a free, finder service which tells you, depending on your city and zip code, where to aim your dish for your particular satellite service.

Relax though, are you worried that you will have to do the math! This system tells you in azimuth, latitude, and longitude where to aim. Next you have to look at your star chart, site through the fifth north stone of Stonehenge on the third full moon of the Celtic new year while standing in one of the holes dug outside of Stonehenge by the Dish installer who was there before you. Or, sometimes, the equipment package you receive will tell you directly how to translate and aim. But that's not as fun.

Now you know about the Direct TV, Dish TV, VOOM and Sky Angel. Don't you wish a vacuum cleaner salesman would knock right about now? It all comes down to the type of programming you like to watch, which deals are being offered by whom, and just how much you are willing to pay. But face it. Dish network satellite is here to stay!
Daniel Lyne is co-owner of View Ridge Marketing and . He"s seen quite a few Satellite TVs in his day.


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