|VOID my previous post about KAEF-TV...|
It was a big misunderstanding.
Ray, the engineer, uses a cellphone in the office.
My call was dropped not ignored.
Working on a solution to my reception problem.
Sunday, October 31, 2010
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
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http://local.yahoo.com/details?id=21709500&tab=reviews&rvwconf=1This was also posted to:
Posterous===Kaef Tv Channel
540 E St, Eureka,CA 95501
Cross Streets: Between US-101 and 6th St I bought a new digital TV and set it up with auto-channel detection, and channel 23 comes up and says "scrambled" audio, no sound. I call the station to ask them about the scrambled channel and the person that answered the phone says, "Oh you want to talk to our engineer Ray, he's a real nice guy." She gave me the number to call Ray, so I called and asked for Ray and they asked who was calling and I gave them my name and was placed on hold for about 30 seconds then Ray answers the phone and says, "this is Ray?" then a pause, so I said, Good afternoon Ray. I have a quick question. I bought a new TV and your channel audio is scrambled, what can you tell me about it?", and before I finished my question we were disconnected. I called back and explained we were disconnected. She put me on hold for about a minute then it went to voice-mail... Really...(?)It would appear that KAEF TV 23 here in Eureka could care less if I can get their station or not. I called back the first person I talked to here in Eureka and told her that Ray was NOT a nice person and refused to take my call, and I want to talk to whom ever is in charge. She took my name and number and assured me someone would call... Right...
They DO NOT care about their public viewers. I filed a complaint with the FCC as well. And, I will NOT support their advertisers and I plan to tell them why. If you want good people that are helpful, care about the public, and good programming turn your TV to KIEM-TV channel 3.Sincerely,Robert Stretton
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
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