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Mon Dec 03 20:00:35 EST 2012

Why is dLife TV leaving TV and going online only?
Asked By: gimarshall  
Category: Other

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I love dLife TV and can not view the show online because the only access I have to the internet is at work. My company's system is an older system and the video's not compatible with dLife's system. I know that I am not the only person that watches dLife TV that will not be able to access the internet to view the shows. What about all of the older people out there that don't have a home computer and the only time they are able to get any information is through the TV. I have heard a few people that didn't know about the dLife website until they saw the TV show and learned about it I am one of those. The TV show is a life saver for me since I first found out that I had T2 diabetes. Gima
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Expert Answers (1)
2014-03-20 12:53:32.0

We believe this transition will allow us to have even greater creativity over the show, providing you, our viewers, with not just more of what you want to see, but with more opportunities for you to be a part of dLifeTV as well. We will be sharing more about this exciting online development over the next few weeks. In the meanwhile, you can visit us on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/dLife), tweet us (www.twitter.com/dLife) or email us at info@dlife.com to tell us about what you'd like to see on dLifeTV.
Answered By: Monica Dennis
Accreditations: dLife Managing Editor
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Community Answers (2)
2013-01-09 17:52:54.0

I use to watch dLife on RLTV before on Saturday and Sunday mornings, but during the last 4-5 months I haven't been able to find it there at all. So my only choice to watch was CNBC on Sundays. Also my company won't allow me to Twitter or use Face book on the company internet system and this is my only source for the internet. I know several other diabetics in my area that do not have a computer so they can't use the internet, Twitter, or Face book either. Gima
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2012-12-06 17:57:14.0

Hi gimarshall, Dec 9th will be our last show on CNBC, but this is not the last of dLifeTV! Instead, we will be transitioning the show to dlifetv.com where you will soon be able to see new episodes every Sunday 7pm ET/4pm PT. For now we are still going to be on RLTV, but you'll have to check your listings for where that station is located in your system. We don't intend to leave TV for good. We're just regrouping and keeping the familiar going in a way that we can easily keep fresh and allow the viewers to participate in. Down the road, the plan is for us to continue doing television broadcasting, but we are currently working on some new ideas there and can't say yet what we'll do exactly. We believe this transition will allow us to have even greater creativity over the show, providing you, our viewers, with not just more of what you want to see, but with more opportunities for you to be a part of dLifeTV as well. We will be sharing more about this exciting online development over the next few weeks. In the meanwhile, you can visit us on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/dLife), tweet us (ww.twitter.com/dLife) or email us at info@dlife.com to tell us about what you'd like to see on dLifeTV. Thanks for your question. Julia Telfer Editorial Assistant dLife - It's Your Diabetes Life
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