I guess I don't know the history here. But if the channel is available but the carrier doesn't offer it, then that's the carrier's issue. If the channel isn't available, then I don't know why NBCU would be advertising it. If NBC used to offer the channel as a subchannel and decided to split it off into its own separate channel, I'm sure they had legitimate business reasons for doing so. If there's a fourth possibility, I'm not sure what that would be, but I'd be happy to learn.