But Disney would have to actually consider promoting the series and making it available to more viewers to even watch, Not everyone gets Disney on cable, let alone Disney X D. And playing hopscotch with the timeslots (with little warning I may add) hasn't helped. Would think those who are behind the programming would be aware of this. *sigh*
I totally agree with you. Disney has fumbled with Tron Uprising, big time. When the premiere episode aired on Disney Channel in addition to X D, it got nearly 2 million viewers. Then when they moved it exclusively to X D, the ratings dropped by about 75%. People didn't want to add a subscription to X D just for Uprising, which is meant as a kid's channel and probably the majority of interested viewers are in their teens or older.
|Now, the BIG question where exactly do we send this outpouring of support to? There are petitions out there like the one at change.org.. But where and addressed to who does one email or write in to the higher-ups of the show itself?|
Well, as I suggested earlier in the thread: if people have a Twitter account, please take the time to tweet @TronLegacy
Believe it or not, this social media crap really matters to them. They keep an eagle eye on Twitter and Facebook . Plus, Twitter is feedback they're instantly made aware of. A petition takes time: either because Disney relations people have to find it themselves, or because the petition has to be mailed in first before they become aware of it.
Also, when tweeting, use the hashtag "#TRONUprising" (without quotes). It causes your tweet to become part of a "trend", where companies like Disney can see how often tweets are made mentioning that hashtag. If enough people tweet the hashtag, it could trend pretty highly and Disney will again take notice.
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