“What’s on TV?” This has been a staple phrase in households since television first became prominent in the 1950s. Since then we’ve had some form of cable or another, and today cable television companies offer a variety of bundles which you can choose from.
But ask yourself this: is anything on cable TV actually relevant to my lifestyle?
Today, the issues with a lot of these cable television service providers are that their services do not suit our needs nor align with our lifestyles as much as they once used to. As more and more television networks rely on advertisers to pay the bills, the quality of content-programming seems to be less and less of what it should be.
Next, ask yourself this: is my FBO being compensated for each advertisement on cable tv?
Advertising seems to be misaligned with the content you’re viewing. All too often when I am watching television with my wife and young kids, we are viewing what we as parents feel is an appropriate family-friendly channel. Unfortunately, during the commercials, we are often faced with advertisements that most parents would say are too mature in nature for kids to see. Many times, I find myself in the position of having to explain things to their young minds that they might not yet be ready to understand, courtesy of cable television, which is the same programming that is being displayed inside your FBO to your audience.
Remember, children fly privately, too! Another point to this is that many consumers feel they are watching more advertisements than the television program they are viewing. These are just two examples of why a lot of consumers are essentially “Cutting the Cable Cord”.
Lastly, ask yourself this: Why am I paying absurd cable-tv rates for non-relevant content?
Recently, there has been a trend in technology that has been made available specifically for FBOs. It starts with introducing new features and content-specific segments that are refreshed regularly and continuously, that actually appeal to the affluent traveler, and play the right amount of run time to capture your in-terminal audience’s attention thus providing a positive and engaging television experience. The value of a service such as this surpasses the nuisance that is cable television today, but perhaps most importantly the opportunity of running this type of new television programming inside your FBO is limitless.
- Phillip Beck Jr., President Mint Media
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Have you ever entered a facility and something was not quite right? Maybe no atmosphere, maybe too much or too little noise, maybe magazines completely scattered about, flowers that clearly haven’t been watered on time, bathrooms in need of attention, or just a simple welcome message failed to deliver? This article is not a review of an FBO, but a spotlight on a recent experience I had inside an FBO.
On my most recent non-business related visit to a local FBO, I was sent there to pick up my brother-in-law, who was set to arrive within the hour, flying in from New York. I have only had the pleasure of visiting this facility one other time back in 2016 to pick up another family member, who was in for the weekend.
Now, I have been in dozens of FBOs over the years and the experience has felt for the most part, inviting, friendly and welcoming. Every now and then someone forgets something, but hey, it’s life. I forget charcoal when I’m literally at the store to buy meat to grill. It happens!
As an owner of a business that specifically serves FBOs, I tend to be somewhat critical when it comes down to first impressions of a facility. However, this visit was different. I was there to pick up “my bro” and catch up on the “dad life” with a worry-free smile. I was dressed down, unshaven and in desperate need of a coffee.
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