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iN Demand pay-per-view movies end May 31

On May 31, TDS’ pay-per-view content provider, iN Demand, will stop offering movies on TDS cable. The company will continue to offer other pay-per-view content, including events and Spanish-language programming. The number of available pay-per-view movie channels available varies depending… (Continue Reading)


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Watch STARZ on the go!

STARZ, the home of hit period pieces such as Outlander and Black Sails, is getting a new look. First, STARZ Play, the network’s mobile app, will now simply be known as STARZ. Also, STARZ has rebranded its sister network, ENCORE,… (Continue Reading)


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NCAA basketball tourney viewing guide

The 2016 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament begins in earnest Thursday and Friday, with 32 games spread across four TV channels over two days. Here’s a full schedule of the games. And below is a roundup of the different ways you… (Continue Reading)


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Sun outages, Feb. 26-March 8

Dear TV Customers, Sun outages are on the way.  Twice a year, all television customers may experience some degree of television interference due to sun outages. This spring, the solar satellite interference will happen from Feb. 26-March 8, 8 a.m.… (Continue Reading)


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Goodbye to Fuse

At TDS, we’re constantly reviewing our channel lineups in an effort to ensure our customers are receiving top-notch TV service at the best possible price. Occasionally, that process leads to a change in our lineup. Due to a lack of… (Continue Reading)


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Highlights from the Consumer Electronics Show

The future promises better wearable electronics, interactive screens on everyday items and massive amounts of data harvesting. Wade Holmes, director of engineering and technology at TDS, was one of approximately 170,000 visitors at the 2016 International Consumer Electronics Show in… (Continue Reading)