People will pay for decent home water cooler chat

watching tv is apparently essential for good home water chatIt seems that being able to give good banter around the home water cooler is of utmost importance these days, and the population of America are generally inclined to agree. Although we often have a good-humoured poke at the quality and intellect of American shows, it seems that their home boys and girls feel that $15 a month, the price of a Home Box Office system, is more than worth it. Even during the recession, the HBO, a simple box that sits cosily next to the TV set, was as popular as ever, with loyal viewers thinking the fee was a small price to pay to continue to catch up/keep up with their favourite shows, and thus the home and office water cooler chat.
The secret of the product lies in the fact that the cable channels do not rely so heavily on advertising fees as terrestrial do, and can thus make money with two or three million viewers at a time (terrestrial banks on ten million). Because of this, quirkier, riskier shows are aired, which may potentially become a huge success; once you have the audience roped in, they’re yours.
If you have a favourite show that you just love to chat about around your home water cooler, get in touch and let us know about it! We always enjoy hearing from you.

Dan Oakley

Dan Oakley

Dan Oakley is the head of logistics at Drinking Waters and has been with the company almost ten years.

He has a wide experience across many different types of Hydration equipment and is perfectly placed to advise customers on the best solution for them.

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