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Save Friday Night Lights? Topic: Online cover letter sign
July 19, 2019 / By Farrah
Question: so i hear Friday Night Lights is having problems again, and is at risk of being cancelled, I dont' see how since it's such a great show... this isnt' technically a question, but here is the link to sign the petition to keep it on, its only at around 21,000 but if you pass this on to others, we should be able to get those numbers WAY up.. http://www.petitiononline.com/savefnl/pe... lets see how many comments I can get , please comment AFTER you've signed the petion to save this great show! thanks ! FNL Fan... from a poster on the NBC Message board: The question has been raised on how to contact NBC concerning saving the show. Frankly, just posting on the message board isn't going to do it. But writing a letter and/or sending an email might help. NBC Studios 3000 W. Alameda Ave. Burbank, CA. 91523 NBC Email Scroll down to the pulldown menu and select FNL to send your email. No matter which way you choose to contact NBC, you should tell them how much you love FNL and why they shouldn't cancel the show. You should also let them know your age, gender, and general location (city, state, country). Let them know if you watch the show when it airs, view it through recording, dvr, tivo, or online (or all of the above). You do not have to be a registered member of this forum in order to contact NBC and let them know how much you love the show. I know there are a lot of you lurkers out there that would love to see this show back for another season. http://www.nbc.com/Footer/Contact_Us/ thats the link to contact NBC
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Cordelia Cordelia | 3 days ago
It looks like all the online petitions from the fans might end up saving the show. GOOD JOB! Here is an article that was posted on Friday: Welcome to the news that just might make your day—no, month—if you're a fan of Friday Night Lights. Inside sources confirm to me that NBC Universal (the studio that makes FNL) is currently talking to various networks about the idea of sharing the show's third season among more than one channel in an effort to save the series from cancellation and broaden its audience. Those channels in discussion include the CW, TNT, DirecTV and a place called Comcast Entertainment Group, which, hmmm, sounds familiar because, oh yeah, they sign my checks. Both E! and G4 fall under the Comcast umbrella. And in what I can only describe as a swell of pure, unadulterated pride, I must tell you: I know firsthand that our CEO Ted Harbert is a big fan of FNL and is very much on the frontlines of trying to help save the series. (A fact that has now surpassed "bagel Thursday" as my number one reason to love this workplace.) So, what exactly does this potential expansion deal mean? The intricacies have yet to be hammered out, but the general idea is that NBC would first-run its episodes of Friday Night Lights and then other network(s) would pay a repurposing fee to air repeats at other times during the week. This plan could be a huge benefit to FNL and its fans for three reasons: It will bring Friday Night Lights to new viewers who have not yet seen it. Those viewers will undoubtedly fall in love with FNL and start watching the original on NBC. The show could finally receive the ratings and mainstream awareness it so richly deserves. Hello, Emmy for Connie Britton! Hello, GQ cover for Taylor Kitsch! In short, Friday Night Lights, one of the best series ever to hit the small screen, could be saved. Truly saved in a way that not only pleases the fans and critics, but offers real potential for greatly improve ratings and a bottom-line success story for NBC's higher-ups to brag about. What would Michael Scott call that? Oh yeah. Win-win-win. So what now? We are currently working on a bigger-picture plan for you fans to help save Friday Night Lights in a very concrete way. So for the time being, sit tight, comment below, say a little prayer and remember... Clear eyes. Full hearts. Can't lose.
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Cordelia Originally Answered: Save Friday Night Lights?
It looks like all the online petitions from the fans might end up saving the show. GOOD JOB! Here is an article that was posted on Friday: Welcome to the news that just might make your day—no, month—if you're a fan of Friday Night Lights. Inside sources confirm to me that NBC Universal (the studio that makes FNL) is currently talking to various networks about the idea of sharing the show's third season among more than one channel in an effort to save the series from cancellation and broaden its audience. Those channels in discussion include the CW, TNT, DirecTV and a place called Comcast Entertainment Group, which, hmmm, sounds familiar because, oh yeah, they sign my checks. Both E! and G4 fall under the Comcast umbrella. And in what I can only describe as a swell of pure, unadulterated pride, I must tell you: I know firsthand that our CEO Ted Harbert is a big fan of FNL and is very much on the frontlines of trying to help save the series. (A fact that has now surpassed "bagel Thursday" as my number one reason to love this workplace.) So, what exactly does this potential expansion deal mean? The intricacies have yet to be hammered out, but the general idea is that NBC would first-run its episodes of Friday Night Lights and then other network(s) would pay a repurposing fee to air repeats at other times during the week. This plan could be a huge benefit to FNL and its fans for three reasons: It will bring Friday Night Lights to new viewers who have not yet seen it. Those viewers will undoubtedly fall in love with FNL and start watching the original on NBC. The show could finally receive the ratings and mainstream awareness it so richly deserves. Hello, Emmy for Connie Britton! Hello, GQ cover for Taylor Kitsch! In short, Friday Night Lights, one of the best series ever to hit the small screen, could be saved. Truly saved in a way that not only pleases the fans and critics, but offers real potential for greatly improve ratings and a bottom-line success story for NBC's higher-ups to brag about. What would Michael Scott call that? Oh yeah. Win-win-win. So what now? We are currently working on a bigger-picture plan for you fans to help save Friday Night Lights in a very concrete way. So for the time being, sit tight, comment below, say a little prayer and remember... Clear eyes. Full hearts. Can't lose.
Cordelia Originally Answered: Save Friday Night Lights?
i signed in, and i'll write to NBC too, maybe a real "letter" will work better than an email, i think i'll mail them a Light Bulb too!

Bessie Bessie
i signed in, and i'll write to NBC too, maybe a real "letter" will work better than an email, i think i'll mail them a Light Bulb too!
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Bessie Originally Answered: Is the four flashing red lights dangerous for the Xbox 360?
Xbox 4 Red Light Error Defined It can be very frustrating to diagnose the Xbox 360. The LEDs on the Ring of Light can flash in several different patterns to indicate specific problems. While 3 red lights, 2 red lights and even a single red light are relatively well known problems, though severe, the 4 red light error has very little written about it. Part of this is due to the relatively low incidence of occurrence, though another part is due to the ease of repair. What's Going On? If you turn on your console and all four LEDs on the Ring of Light turn red, it can be frightening. What do the four lights mean? The 3 red light error, or Red Ring of Death, does not encompass the entire Ring of Light. However, if all four LEDs light up red, the console needs repairs. The most likely culprit is the AV cable. The code displayed simply states that the Xbox console cannot detect the AV cable. This can be due to a number of different reasons, from overheating to cable failure and even simple loose connections. However, as mentioned, this error is relatively rare and even less frequently problematic. How Do I Troubleshoot It? Troubleshooting the 4 red light error on the Xbox 360 is relatively simple. The first step is to turn off the console and unplug all peripherals. Now, check the AV cable connection at the back of the console. Disconnect the cable and reconnect it (listen for the snapping sound). Now, follow the cable to the the termination (usually the TV and/or an entertainment system). While you are following the cable, ensure that it is intact, with no scuffs, cuts, crimps or kinks. Damaged AV cables can malfunction, causing the console to not recognize that the cable is present. If the cable is cut cleanly, no signal will be sent to the TV. However, if the cable is bent sharply, kinked or crimped, it can create damage over time. Eventually the wire within the cable will weaken and break. However, during that time, the 4 red light error can occur due to a loss of connectivity. Unplug the AV cable from the TV or entertainment system and reconnect it. Now, turn the console back on. If the 4 red lights have gone out, the situation has been resolved. If the lights remain lit, unplug the AV cable from the back of the console once more. Get a clean, dry cloth and clean the metal portion of the connector. Once you have wiped it thoroughly, reconnect the AV cable/pack to the back of the console. Finally, if this did not work, substitute a cable that is known to be good for your own. Connect it to the back of the console and the TV/entertainment center as usual. Power on the console and wait to see if the LEDs light up once more. If they do not, you simply need to purchase a new AV cable. However, if the 4 red lights remain lit, you can still try other options. Drastic Measures If you find that the Xbox 360 is still displaying the 4 red light errors, there are other steps that you can take to rectify the problem. First, attempt to flush the system cache. Corrupted updates for software and firmware, as well as other data blockages can hang in the system cache. By flushing the cache, you may be able to remove the 4 red light error. To flush your cash, simply: •Turn the console off •Depress and remain holding the SYNC button •Depress the power button as you continue depressing the SYNC button •Keep the SYNC button depressed while the system boots •Once the system has booted, all corrupted or incomplete updates and information should have been flushed If your console continues to show the 4 red light error, it may be time to send it to Microsoft. If you have warranty remaining on the Xbox 360, it is highly recommended that you send the console to Microsoft prior to attempting any further remedies on your own. Opening the case to attempt do-it-yourself repairs will void your warranty. However, if you do not have a warranty or do not want to wait while Microsoft repairs the system, you can attempt the X-clamp fix, which includes replacing the X-clamps, the thermal protective covering on the CPU and the GPU as well as providing uniform pressure on the GPU/CPU chips. This can sometimes correct the 4 red light error.
Bessie Originally Answered: Is the four flashing red lights dangerous for the Xbox 360?
4 lights ? no its not here is the simple easy step by step fix on http://support.xbox.com/en-us/pages/xbox... Hope I helped Best answer plz

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