I was connected to a very pleasant woman who didn't know that DTV broadcast anime.
These might be better places to complain or, now that AT&T owns DTV, Randall Stephenson, AT&T CEO [email protected](direct) [email protected]: 210-351-5401 (direct to his secretary) fax 210-351-3553 alternate phone: 210-821-4105 (headquarters, press 3, ask for Mr. Houston San Antonio, TX 78205 Complaining works best of you remain polite.
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At launch, the Anime Network was only available by Video On Demand to Comcast subscribers in the Philadelphia area with 1.2 million customers with more providers choosing to carry the service later on.
The linear service launched on June 30, 2004 to complement the VOD service.
The network was launched in North America in late 2002 as mostly digital anime television subchannels and is marketed to multi system operators (MSOs) as both a Free and Subscription Video On Demand (VOD) programming service.
(parent company of ADV Films), is a cable and satellite digital broadcast service in North America and Latin America (Streaming only) dedicated to anime.