Talk:Specialty channel

Latest comment: 1 year ago by EJPPhilippines in topic Many article issues
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Many article issues edit

I noticed that this article has many problems.

1. The "History" section of the article doesn't look like it was written using an encyclopedic tone. The section looks more like it is suitable for a news website than an encyclopedia.

2. Too much focus on the US and Canada. That is what the article is focusing about. No worldwide perception of the topic.

3. Lack of citations. This article only has one citation, and various claims are made in this article without a citation to prove it. One of which will be explained below.

4. Claims without citations. The claim: "about 65% of today's satellite channels are specialty channels" does not mention what country or region this claim applies to. And there is no citation to prove this claim.

Overall, this article may need extensive clean-up or even re-writing. EJPPhilippines (talk) 01:17, 20 November 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]