Saturday, January 23, 2010

Be in command

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Charter. All opinions are 100% mine.

I have not paid any television licensing fees. I do so legally in Singapore by not having a television at home. It isn't because the money, which is not much, but my time and selection of contents. I find it difficult to be in command when there is a television set at home.

In a broadcast setting, I can't decide when to watch, what show to watch, watch again fully or partially, pause for a moment, etc. How about you? Do you want to be in command of when, how and what show to watch? Personally, I like the concept of on demand so that I can be in command.

For those [in the USA] who have Charter digital, you have On Demand. And it’s free to access. There are thousands of movies and shows to watch anytime you want. Thus, there is no waiting and no schedules to follow. Many of TV shows are available the day after they air on TV. Free!

Do you find it difficult to follow shows if you watch an episode a week? For the show Heroes, I would probably lost track of present and future. For the show Lost, I would be lost in space and in time. For the show 24, I think it is best watched continuously :)

Save the trouble to check schedules and go for a movie at the right time and place. Also skip the wait for DVD to be mailed to you. On demand service is much easier.

Kids can forget about TV schedules, which they probably don’t understand or have the patience to wait. Parents can be more in command on when and what they watch.

For those who have a HD television, don't waste it watching non-HD shows. Select more HD shows among hundreds of them available on demand.

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