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Anyone who works your normal 9 to 5 office job would love to have a TV set in their office. By having a TV in the office they might be able to watch it while their boss is out, or even just at their lunch hour to catch their favorite daytime drama. Unfortunately, most office workers can only talk about their shows and think about what they?ll watch when they get home.

If you freelance, or have a different type of job where TV is more acceptable during the work hours, you might be hitting that mute button when the phone rings. For me, I keep a TV in the office and on most hours I?m working. I?m a news junkie. I?m keeping up with all news broadcasts, catching some Court TV (sorry TRU TV), and even watching true crime reality shows. The mute button is my friend. Most the day the TV is on mute, unless, I need a relief or see an interesting headline that catches my eye.

There are still other businesses that utilize Commercial DirectTV in their business for customer satisfaction. A local pizza pub I used to frequent had big screen TV?s on with sporting shows, sports bars keep varying sporting shows on TV for their patrons, and even my dentist keeps TV on so you can watch it while having your work performed.

As you can see Commercial DirectTV is not so uncommon. For those of you who wish you had DirectTV Business on the job where you are at, might consider applying at a Sports Bar so you can watch while you work! The rest of us will just enjoy TV wherever possible, whenever possible. Did I mention I?m a TV junkie? Watch responsibly!


Full post as published by Impartial Inc on March 14, 2009 (boomark / email).

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