Oberlin Cable Co-op News


March 2019 Specials

Waiting for Spring? Enjoy your wait with quality entertainment, a community-based co-op, & money savings offers.

Offer 1

Sign up for any Premium Package and receive a $20 credit* after 90 days


Offer 2**

Starz Encore Super Pak

20 Channels

Free Streaming

Pay for 5 months and get the 6th month for FREE!***


Offer 3

Upgrade to or sign up for level 4 internet and receive a $20 credit* after 90 days (residential only)


* Account must be in good standing and paid in full to receive credit

** Must have Basic, or Economy Basic, or Expanded Basic with an advanced set-top-box to receive Starz.

***Account must be in good standing and bill paid in full. Account will be credited $14.95 in 6th month.



DMX will be ceasing their music feeds on 3/30/19. Cable Co-op is working to replace them with Sting Ray music. We are hoping for a smooth transition but there is a possibility that there could be a disruption of the digital music channels while the new service in deployed.


Loss of POP TV & Scroll Guide


In May of 2019, the “scroll guide” located on channel 2 (51-1) will cease to exist. TiVo has decided to stop providing the scroll guide service and there is no replacement for it. As a result of this, the “scroll guide” and POP TV will no longer exist on the Cable Co-op lineup.

Cable Co-op apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause, but this is a direct result of TiVo, not Cable Co-op. Cable Co-op will put another network on channel 2 (51-1), this network is yet to be determined.

Zap To It, is an online service that provides a channel guide for Cable Co-op, it can be found here:

Cable Co-op’s advanced HD and DVR set-top-boxes have a built-in interactive guide and our available for an additional fee.

Again, Cable Co-op knows this will result in an inconvenience for some subscribers, but the service is being discontinued by its supplier. Cable Co-op has no choice or any other option.


Netflix viewers will no longer be able to watch hit movies such as “Black Panther” or “Moana,” which will soon reside on Disney’s subscription service. WarnerMedia, a unit of AT&T, will also soon have its own service to showcase its library of blockbuster films and HBO series.

Families will have to decide between paying more each month or losing access to some of their favorite dramas, comedies, musicals and action flicks.


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