Looks like we now know what John is doing!!
Steve Malchow @SteveMalchow Welcome to the Cyclone family,@JWABC5. You'll be a great addition to our digital network It's all Cyclones. All the Time.
I assume it has something to do with this?
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I assume this replaces Clone Zone. $9.95 per month or $79.95 per year.
Will have at least 1 football game, several men's basketball games, and a lot of other live events.
What are everyone's thoughts? Worth the money?
I would subscribe if available on Roku.
Cool I guess, Clone Zone wasn't worth it to me though, I can't see myself paying for something like that.
Where Im at, Clonezone allowed me quite a few more games to watch. Id be very interested in an upgrade of services.
That is frickin awesome. I am stoked.
For me, in Hawk land with a small local cable company, and sometimes working during games, clone zone was a good backup plan for getting at least audio for games. Also caught some of the volleyball tournament games on it. If I had season tickets, not sure it'd be worth it, but since I don't, and have trouble reliably getting games, it is.
I'm vey excited also as I'm already a Clone Zone subscriber and pay the monthly subscription already anyways. At the same time, I'm somewhat hesitant to get too excited as we still don't really have much details yet as to HOW this will be any different or better than the existing Clone Zone network, other than the promise that it will have more and better content. Ultimately, I'm going to be in a wait and see mode before I get too excited.
Am I wrong or dose this sound very similar to what K-State launched with their new online channel?
If the delivery is better than CloneZone, I'm in.
I do NOT want to watch anything on the internet, if i can not attend in person i want to watch it on my TV. Hard f'ing hard is that in 2012? I have 700 channels, find one to broadcast it on!!!