Cable TV Customer Complaints
If you have been unsuccessful in resolving your cable television problem with your cable operator, you can contact the Inland Empire Media Group to file a complaint. IEMG will contact the cable company on your behalf and try to assist you and the cable company in resolving the problem.
Cable TV Interferences
I am receiving television interference from a neighbor's citizen's band (C.B.) or ham radio transmissions. How can I resolve this problem?
Since this particular problem is related to transmissions through the air, the Federal Communications Commission has jurisdiction. Neither your cable television operator nor the City of San Bernardino will be able to help you in resolving this type of problem. The phone number of your local FCC office can be obtained from the front of your phone book.
Cable TV Issues
I am having problems with my cable television. What should I do to correct this problem?
The first step you should take is to contact your cable television operator. Their phone number can be found on your cable bill or your telephone book. By talking to your cable company you can usually have your problem resolved in the shortest amount of time.
Adding Cable channels
Who do I talk to regarding wanting a cable channel added to my cable television system?
You should either write a letter (more effective), or call your local cable television operator. They are interested in finding out which channels their viewers are most interested in. The phone number and address of your local cable television operator can be found on your cable bill or in the phone book.