Local station format best in PD. Keep it coming!
TW continues to cut programs and perdormance. I'd ratner not switch services but I may have too. Please don't cut WBTV.
Please don't drop wbtw.
Please don't drop wbtw. You already ave a monopoly on the bundle package. Looking into other tv, phone and internet. You keep raising the prices.May drop TWC.
This is a disgrace. Why would you want to drop a station that many people watch. This station is great for local news coverage and football if you drop this station you will be making a big mistake because you will lose most of your subscribers. BIG MISTAKE!!!
Don't drop WBTW!!! or CBS!!!!!!!
time Warner did not give 30 day notice to it,s customers and is lying if they say otherwise
Enough is enough do not drop WBTW
Don't drop the most watched news and local programming station in the Myrtle Beach area and replace it with another one of your mindless programming offerings. WBTW deserves to be part of our community carrying community programming that actually relates to the area. What connection does a shopping channel or reality show channel have to the local citizens? What corporate genius decided a few more bucks for a different channel was actually serving the public interest and necessity? Don't do it!
Do not drop channel 13
Time Warner has already dropped channels, but do you see the monthly payment go down on just basic cable. We have to do a contract in order to get the basic channels. Most people in the area have been watching WBTWTV for years and that is the channel they prefer.
evreything we watch is on wbtw . please don't take it away,please....
If you drop WBW,Then I will have to go to Direct TV.
do nt drop wbt.
We have already lost WPDE. WBTW is our only Pee Dee area station. This would be the tilting point for us to get satellite service and drop cable. Please do nor drop WBTW.
We are retired military and moved all over the country. We have never ever had a cable provider just eliminate one of our local stations before. We've already been unhappy with time Warner as a provider because of awful reception and very slim on the demand access as opposed to Verizon or Comcast that's less expensive and is a much better service and more demand and channels. Now of all things they threaten to take a LOCAL station??? We will switch to a different provider or direct tv. That was already a consideration but now confirmed.
Cable sucks anyway, but this is the last straw.
Please don't drop WBTW. It has the best newscast in the Myrtle Beach Area. There the weather forecast we trust. My sick mother is very upset since the scroll across the screen. Please Keep WBTW.
When WBTW is dropped, drop Time Warner if in effected areas go to dish or any other carrier. Do not continue with a carrier who drops your favorite local news and programing. That is what I am planning on doing.
Please don't drop. this is the only local news I care to watch and I thoroughly enjoy the other programs they offer!
Dropping WBTW is about as stupid as Sampson saying; "Delilah, how 'bout giving me a haircut?"
Dropping such a great channel with such terrific programs is really DUMB!!!
I hope dropping WBTW causes Time Warner to lose MANY, MANY customers. If something is as well liked as WBTW, it makes no sense to drop it.
All you guys, just drop time Warner cable. change to DirecTV
I live in Murrells Inlet,S.C. You have already taking them off the HD channels, and you taking them off the 'Air'. I live in Murrells Inlet, NOT Charleston. I WANT ARE LOCAL CHANNELS. Im ready to witch. They are tell us we have do watch, Charleston, Channels, and there adds. BUT I LIVE IN MURRELLS INLET. ( IT NOT RIGHT! ) IM NOT HAPPEN ABOUT THIS.
Please, please, please KEEP WBTW. It is one our favorite channels for a variety of shows. It also provides the best local news. Thank you for listening to us and doing the right thing, KEEPING WBTW!
Please do not drop WBTW. My family enjoys the local news & weather as well as many other programs broadcast on WBTW.
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