Friday, November 20, 2009


Wha happ'ned

The broadcast difficulties from Nov. 19 motivated the following response:

"We at York Region's SRN One send a signal to a dedicated server in Britain, which is 'beamed' back to you. Our server provider, based out of Ipswich in England, has long had trouble with administrative related fodder, and yesterday night was basically the straw that broke the camel's back.
"Normally, we'd have broadcast problems out of home for different reasons, such as people getting sick or the big tornado which was a mighty rare coincidence. But unexpectedly, our account had been deleted by said provider and without reason, but I have been given assurances that we will never see this again - in fact our operating costs have gone down by half, so we are even more prepared to survive the global meltdown.
"On behalf of all the staff at SRN Mediaworks Broadcasting, especially the technical department who had somehow notified me of this problem before any accidents or incidents, we apologise for all inconveniences and we are ready to make this up for you.
~^Phillip Hong

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