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LOCAST Receives Unfavorable Court Rulling

Locast TV was given an unfavorable court ruling today for future re-broadcast: Locast Nation In the big media companies' lawsuit against Locast, the court just issued a disappointing ruling. We are evaluating our options and will keep you posted as the situation develops. Here is what our legal team had to say: Electronic Frontier Foundation: "We are disappointed that the court ruled against Locast on its copyright defense. The court interpreted the law in an artificially narrow way. Congress wrote copyright’s nonprofit retransmission exception to make sure that every American has access to their local broadcast stations, and expanding access is exactly what Locast does. This ruling that nonprofit retransmitters can’t use viewer contributions to expand access will do the opposite of what Congress intended. Over 3 million people use Locast to access local TV, including many who can’t afford cable and can’t pick up their local stations with an antenna. This ruling threatens their access to local news and vital information during a global pandemic and a season of unprecedented natural disasters. And it treats copyright law not as an engine of progress but a moat protecting the privileged position of the four giant broadcasting networks." R. David Hosp, Partner Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe: "We are disappointed in the ruling today and disagree with its conclusions and reasoning. Our client is in the process of evaluating the decision and formulating next steps. Locast provides a valuable service to its over 3 million users who are otherwise unable to access the over-the-air broadcasts to which they are entitled by virtue of their location or economic circumstances. Our client remains committed to its mission of delivering free, local broadcast TV service to all Americans, and particularly for those consumers who can’t afford pay-TV services like cable, satellite, or streaming, or who can’t get their local broadcast channels using an over-the-air antenna."
lryrob9301 08/31/21 09:12pm Technology Corner
RE: biobar jf

I have been using BIOBOR JF for 8 years in my Cummins ISC 8.3 without any problems. Like it says, 1oz for every 80gal fillup has prevented any microbe growth problems and my coach sets for months at a time in hot, humid weather. Thanks for your reply. I've had a motorhome sitting for 2 years with a half-tank of fuel and no treatment. Going to take it out in early October. When would you suggest adding the Biobar... and how do you make sense of the label cautions? Add the BIOBOR JF NOW and use the shock treatment amount, then take the coach and fill the tank with fresh fuel. This will get things well mixed. Living in north it's unlikely you have much microbe growth, but this is cheap insurance. As to the labels, I don't have an answer I never saw that. Probably C Y A lawyer speak.
lryrob9301 08/29/21 12:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: biobar jf

I have been using BIOBOR JF for 8 years in my Cummins ISC 8.3 without any problems. Like it says, 1oz for every 80gal fillup has prevented any microbe growth problems and my coach sets for months at a time in hot, humid weather.
lryrob9301 08/29/21 12:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 22.5 wheels

Most all motorhomes with Alcoa wheel options are built that way. Also the front wheels are a different offset than the rear wheels.
lryrob9301 08/23/21 06:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Samsung Phone

Go to the "settings" app and open. Come down to "General Management" and open. Come down to "Reset" and open. Come down to "Reset all settings" open and click on "Reset Settings". As a last resort if the above doesn't work come down to the "Reset" and open again. This time go to "Factory data reset" open and come down to the "RESET" button. CAUTION THIS WILL RESET YOUR PHONE TO FACTORY NEW CONDITION, you will loose all downloaded settings and apps.
lryrob9301 08/17/21 03:58pm Technology Corner
RE: Loss of power when driving

Replace your fuel filter !!!
lryrob9301 07/29/21 09:25pm Tech Issues
RE: AT&T anounces truly unlimited wireless data plan

Sure, in Arlington VA next to the nations capitol your going to have blazing speeds to impress the politicians. Try it in Podunk Iowa and see what your 5G speeds are, if you can even get a signal.
lryrob9301 07/13/21 10:56am Technology Corner
AT&T anounces truly unlimited wireless data plan

AT&T must be feeling some pressure from T-Mobile. Unlimited, un-throttled, data on their top wireless plan at no increase in price. AT&T Unlimited Wireless Plan just got better.
lryrob9301 07/12/21 09:11pm Technology Corner
RE: 255 30m 22.5 tires

Simple tire Here are some choices for tires in a compatible size to what you have now. By the way, if you haven't noticed tire prices have increased greatly in the last 12 months for all brands of tires.
lryrob9301 07/11/21 10:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: AT&T Mobley has Died. Need replacement Router

Yes that router should work with the AT&T sim card.
lryrob9301 06/23/21 08:24pm Technology Corner
RE: Just an observation and wondering

The same battery that motorvates you from point A to point B, but in the summer, they better be closer together, with fewer traffic standstills. Correct, in hot or cold weather your mileage between recharges will decrease by about 50%. Just one of the things they don't tell you in the advertising, like for every 10mph you drive over 35mph your recharge mileage decreases by 8%. So when you drive 65mph your recharge mileage is decreased by 24% from the advertised optimum mileage between recharges.
lryrob9301 06/21/21 02:58pm Tech Issues
RE: Winegard X2 storage bag

My X2 has been riding in the storage compartment as is for the last 8 years. It still works every time I need to use it. These things are pretty rugged, even survived a hail storm, so protection isn't really needed.
lryrob9301 06/08/21 10:38am Technology Corner
RE: Suggestion to purchase an SUV to tow behind my Class A!

The easiest to tow, most reasonably priced SUV available is a Chevrolet Equinox. Look for a 2017 to 2010 model either 4cyl or 6cyl. I prefer the 6cyl models due to their hydraulic steering and better performance. 4down towable, no modifications needed just hookup, pull one fuse, put in neutral, turn key to off, DO NOT REMOVE THE KEY, and your ready to go. I have one and have towed it over 25,000 miles with no problems.
lryrob9301 06/05/21 12:23pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Good iOS app for RV navigation?

What is a good RV navigation iOS app? MUST take into account: length, height, weight, and propane. PREFER take into account traffic and work offline (except for traffic.) Suggestions? If you want all those features you will more than likely need an RV GPS. Don't think you will find it in an app. If you do please post what it is. CoPilot RV is the app your looking for.
lryrob9301 06/02/21 07:49pm Technology Corner
RE: Death Wobble Continues ....

Set caster to upper end of specified range. This would be the proper repair except most vehicles today have non-adjustable Caster and Camber settings.
lryrob9301 06/01/21 10:00pm Dinghy Towing
RE: dish pay as go plan

I have never paid an activation fee. When I camp, I call DISH and they turn it on. At the end of 30 days, it goes off. On the next trip, I call again and repeat. Agree, that's how I do it... the poster above me stated that they "pause" it after each weekend.... I was always told that pausing will create an activation fee? I will try to call again.. You DO NOT call them to pause or suspend the account. That will result in a monthly $10 "Maintenance Fee" to keep the account active. What you do is call them and tell them to CANCEL or DISCONNECT your service. The wording you use is critical to getting a credit for the unused portion of your prepaid month. Then you will receive a remaining balance credit on your account against the charges when you want to restart your service or your can ask for a refund of your credit balance. I have done it this way for the past 10 years and never paid for more than the partial month I used.
lryrob9301 05/26/21 01:45pm Technology Corner
RE: SR19 from Sutton, WV to Beckley, WV

It's doable, it will be you and some cars and plenty of coal trucks. The road is not in the best of condition in some areas, but that is most of WVA's roads.
lryrob9301 05/26/21 01:29pm Roads and Routes
RE: 12v power problems

The problem is your HWH hydraulic pump master solenoid is starting to go bad. Here is a replacement HWH Master Solenoid. This solenoid mounts directly on the pump motor. While your at it get 2 and replace both solenoids on the motor at the same time to prevent other problems later.
lryrob9301 05/25/21 09:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 12v power problems

Is this slide hydraulic or electric operated?
lryrob9301 05/22/21 08:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 6 passenger toad for gas rv

Back to the OP's question, I would suggest the FORD FLEX. It has 3 row seating for 7, is 4down towable, and weighs slightly less than 5000 lbs. Perfect for what you need.
lryrob9301 05/13/21 10:15am Dinghy Towing
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