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Discussion in 'DIRECTV Programming' started by Mike Bertelson, Mar 24, 2012.
CNN Headline News ....Please
No news yet but when there is we'll let everyone know.
I haven't posted just one of my "want" in a long time, so ...
Please sirs, may I have have some BBCA-HD, please? Pretty please with sugar on top?
Thanks kind sirs! Your kindness and generosity will not go unnoticed.
I second that motion.
Hopefully the Top Gear programs on the Audience network are a hint that it is coming!
From past experience, no. Think they've had that on Audience for several years. Doesn't mean it's not coming, but that isn't a sign.
Would like : DIY HD
We are pretty much trying to avoid all criticism of other's choices.
Makes for a more pleasant experience for most.....
You're right. I deleted my post.
EPIX is pretty much the only one I'd really like. Everything else is just gravy.
I didn't think I'd watch TruTV but I was laughing so hard tonight at Impractical Jokers I was in tears.
i second the notion!
DIY is one of the first channels I turn to when I get home from work.
Well its May 1st, I wonder if we'll see a new HD channel added this month?
BTW, HD Extra Pack free view this week.
I signed up for a free trial on Epix's website when it came to XBOX 360 as an app. Should of ended long ago but it still works, watched a comedy special with Eddie Izzard the other night on it..
I'm surrounded by Time Warner & D* that doesn't have Epix thought I'd of been filtered out by now...I wonder if the trial just runs knowing when I signed up said provider doesn't carry..hmm or is it they just didn't flick the switch to cancel me...hmmmm
I know I'm probably the only one that wants these channels added in HD: QVC, HSN, and HLN.
EPIX does not respect OAR, so I have no desire to see it added.
You're not alone. I'd like to see QVC HD added. I shop with them all the time. The SD feed gives me a headache. My cable co has QVC in HD as well as TCM HD, BBCA HD, HSN HD, HLN HD, and all the others everyone keeps asking for. It makes staying with DrirecTV very difficult. In addition my cable cos picture quality is pretty darn good. The only advantage I see with DirecTV is the cost of their receiver lease fee - $6 vs $17.
Take it for what it's worth
No one with any intelligence pays any attention to what he says.
I'd rather have "not respected OAR" HD than Directv's version of SD for the channels I currently want in HD. I'd welcome EPIX.
EPIX is definitely number one on my wish list.