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Moving Checklist

Preparing to move can be easy for you and your family if you take some simple steps. STEP 1:  Plan and manage your relocation early. Waiting until the last minute to pack your things often result in something you missed or misplaced or not sure whether you want to keep or a variety of things […]

How to Connect Your DVR to the Internet

Connecting Your DISH DVR to the Internet Set Up Broadband We encourage you to always connect your receiver to your broadband service in order to: Keep critical receiver data current Access thousands of online titles Order pay-per-view using your remote control. There are several ways to connect to broadband service: With an Ethernet Cable With […]

How to Set Up Your DISH Network Remote

How to Program the DISH Remote to Control Your TV Power Scan Performing a power scan allows the remote to attempt to find the correct code for your television. While at the TV locations (TV1 or TV2 depending on which key is installed), point the remote at the TV. Press and hold the TV MODE […]

Holiday Movie Guide

Need something to distract the kids while you’re busy wrapping gifts and preparing a feast for the family this holiday season? Check out this list of our employees’ favorite holiday movies! Whether you need an idea for a movie to watch as a family or just need a break for yourself, our holiday movie guide […]

Want Your Viacom Channels Back?

A dispute over contract terms between Viacom and Suddenlink has resulted in a blackout of popular Viacom channels such as Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, MTV and VH1. If you’re a Suddenlink Communications subscriber, you no longer receive 24 Viacom networks as the two companies have yet to reach an agreement over pay rates. There’s no word […]

Time Warner Cable’s High-Speed Internet Promise to L.A.

Time Warner Cable (TWC) has announced its plans to bring high-speed Internet to Los Angeles by 2016. According to the Los Angeles Times, this announcement comes as a response to a document the city of Los Angeles released regarding its inquiry of how to compete with other major metropolitan areas where the technology already exists […]

NFL Blackout Rule/the Future of NFL Sunday Ticket

The FCC has proposed to drop its sports blackout rule which ensures that local broadcast stations carry local games despite insufficient ticket sales. In response, the NFL has launched a website asking fans to tell the FCC and Congress to leave the sports blackout rule as is and as it has been for nearly four […]

FCC Rules On Net Neutrality Proposal

The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday in favor of new proposed net neutrality rules. Why should you care? The vote is the beginning of a long process of decisions that would affect the speed at which certain websites load based on agreements made between the website’s owner and internet providers. For example, NetFlix and Comcast […]

Moving Tips And Checklist

It’s that time of year again – school is almost out, the weather is warming up, vacations are being planned… and you’re moving! Don’t let moving turn into a daunting task when you should be excited for such a memorable life change! Sticking to a schedule is key in order to avoid falling behind and […]

College Friday at Connect Your Home

College Friday at Connect Your Home gave employees another reason to sport their favorite college gear – from the almost daily shout of “Go Ducks” to the weekly appearance of Hoosiers gear along with the many other symptoms of fandom our employees seem to experience on a fairly regular basis. Support for higher education is […]