What is “private viewing?”

Everyone knows that DIRECTV is in bars and restaurants. After all, DIRECTV does a great job of helping those businesses with promotions. What most folks don’t know is that there is another side to DIRECTV for Business, and it’s called “Private Viewing.” Most businesses don’t have large areas where regular people hang out. Think about your office. You may have a reception area or a waiting room, but if you’re like most people, your workplace is private. In other words, if you don’t work there, you don’t come there.

That’s Private Viewing. It means, putting DIRECTV service in areas that aren’t designed to serve the general public. The thing is, it’s cheaper than you would expect. DIRECTV’s Private viewing packages are priced pretty much the same as your DIRECTV packages at home. That means you can put DIRECTV in the lunchroom, in the boss’s office, even in the warehouse. It’s a cheap way to increase morale and it keeps people from leaving the office for lunch. It can even make people want to work on the weekend, especially when football’s on.

The key to keeping your costs down is these private areas. When you’re showing TV programming in a public area, you have to deal with copyright issues. You know how sports programs all say “this broadcast is property of the NFL and may not be reproduced or retransmitted” or something like that? They mean they want more money if you’re going to show their program in a bar, restaurant, waiting room, that sort of thing.

There’s a whole system for figuring out how much extra you have to pay for the public stuff, but it doesn’t come into play at all if all you’re doing is showing DIRECTV programs to your employees at lunch.

Why not give Signal Connect a call at 1-866-726-4182 and see how you can add DIRECTV service at work for less than you think?