Dear TV GUIDE, first of all I want to tell you I have received TV GUIDE since 1967 when I first got married, before that my parents always had it in the house each week without fail. Actually TV GUIDE has always been a part of my life so please take the following comments as a friendly opinion of the change of format.I have experience TV GUIDE change through out the years from a large magazine to a very small magazine & back to a larger magazine. I have accepted these changes since they were in my opinion for the better, but this latest change I can’t say I agree with. Now the listings have all been crunched into one page and some of the listings for i.e. HBO & etc. omitted. This crunched page is very difficult to read to say the least, no fun at all. The rest of the changes so far so good but please reconsider putting the listings back to two pages, remember your name is TV GUIDE so the word guide say what you are and this change does not reflect this. I am well aware of your listings online which does not help me since I like to read at the table, my husband & I go over shows we want to watch and record. The online may be okay for some I don’t know.I will continue enjoying TV GUIDE as always since you are practically a relative of mine by now. Thank you for your time & attention to this matter.Sherry
Dearest TV Guide, I usually print out my TV schedule from TVGUIDE.COM. Since some of your technical changes I can mark my favorites with start 2,3,4,5,8,9,10,11,15,20,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30,30,37,etc. this past week when I "lock in or Save my favorites, it starts printing on Channel 24; therefore I have no idea what is on the stations between 2 & 24. How can I resolve this problem. Mt favorites used to print out on 2 pages, now it takes 4!, Not too Happy in Texas.
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