Here are scans of some of it anyway.......
It was mentioned somewhere else that the New York Post also had three full pages.
ABOUT TIME they started a ad campaign...lets hope CC is just as surprising in the right way this time.
This is excellent news, thanks for the pics. it is a great looking ad, large letters "NEW....NEW....NEW" cant wait to see a tv ad.
Thanks a million. NOW we need to take these channels and cross reference them against existing channels!!! This could give us an idea of what stays and what goes.
Appears to be safe..........
40s on 4
50s on 5
60s on 6
70s on 7
80s on 8
The 20 on 20
E Street Radio
Little Steven's Underground Garage
The Coffee House
BB Kings Bluesville
Met Opera Radio
Mad Dog Radio
Barclays English Premier League
XM Public Radio
Blue Collar COmedy
Opie & Anthony
Sirius XM Stars
Not saying that was a comprehensive list, just saying that those are the ones on the adverisement. Would not be advertising channels they planned to remove the following week. Based on that assumption, I said the above channels were "safe" from being nixed.
Perhaps, when all is said and done, these will be the channels that can be accessible to either service. I believe some exclusive content was going to remain on each at this time as well. Any direct competitors to the channels listed in the ad could be on the chopping block.
Since there are going to be two services for quite awhile, why not have some different fringe channels on each service so at least some people who have a favorite genre/channel can at least get it on one of the services, rather than not at all?
If both services get rid of the punk, modern jazz, and folk genre channels etc., it leaves people who are fans of those genres no where to go - except to their iPod, Slacker, or internet radio...