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DISH Network Changes Channel for ION Network

March 31, 2015

Here is an important update for those who watch the United Church of God’s Beyond Today TV program via satellite on DISH Network. DISH has moved ION to channel 250. It’s no longer on channel 216.

This is a unilateral decision by DISH and is a permanent change. It appears the change was made two Fridays ago. During the transition DISH has been airing a change notification. However, such a notice would not help those viewers who DVR the program, so if you have your recorder set for Friday mornings please update your settings.

A full station listing for Beyond Today can be found online at www.ucg.org/beyond-today/channels. (The DISH listing will be updated later today.)

Peter Eddington—Media and Communications Services

March 31, 2015 - Posted by | Beyond Today, Media and Communications | , , , , , ,

5 Comments »

  1. Anything for Reno? 89501

    Comment by Malcolm Care | April 1, 2015 | Reply

  2. Basing the time of entombment on Matt.12:40 will not work without comparing that sign to the same one given in Luke 11:30(Jonah was a sign to the Ninevites, who never are recognized as knowing anything about the “whale”)
    (1)Jesus was not buried, so not “in the heart of the earth”(2)after 3 days and 3 nights, would be the beginning of another 24 hour period (3)the prophecy of proof that Jesus was the Christ was that He would be resurrected “the third day”-Luke 24:46, compare verse 21-“this is the third day.” Not rocket science

    Comment by Myra McQueen | April 1, 2015 | Reply

    • Body interred right before Wednesday sunset. Wednesday night (1) – Thursday day (1) – Thursday night (2) – Friday day (2) – Friday night (3) – Saturday day (3). Resurrected right before Saturday sunset. Yup, not rocket science.

      Comment by Basil Kopey | April 11, 2015 | Reply

  3. Sorry to see the number of the channel move up. Im sure most people when they are scrolling or surfing their TV guide on the screen tend to start at the lower numbers and then move up. I know I do. I hope that the stations immediately placed around our program in the guide are ones that draw well too, as Im sure this helps somewhat.
    Your Friend,
    Bill Lussenheide

    Comment by Bill Lussenheide | April 2, 2015 | Reply


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