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Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by pez2002, Jan 9, 2003.
What new channels will we see on dtv in 2003 ????
Movie Watch and the extreme Sports channel from News Corp.
DIRECTV today launched its fourth high-definition television (HDTV) channel. The new channel is dedicated exclusively to pay per view movies from New Line Cinema, DreamWorks and MGM. Launched today on DIRECTV(R) channel 198, the new HDTV channel will offer movies for purchase on a pay per view basis for $4.99 each. The new HDTV pay per view channel joins three other dedicated HDTV channels available from DIRECTV: HBO(R) HDTV, SHOWTIME HDTV(R) and HDNet. HDNet is available exclusively to DIRECTV customers. Under terms of its new five-year agreement with the National Football League for exclusive rights to NFL SUNDAY TICKET(TM), DIRECTV also plans to begin offering high-definition telecasts of professional football games during the 2003 regular NFL season. Additional enhancements to the DIRECTV HDTV programming lineup are expected throughout the year
And 50 more local channels!
I think that they might add more Cinemax now that Charlie has 2 more and the HD one coming.
I would like to see Ovation and Good Life TV added.
50 more local markets
I would like to see them drop HBOFW and replace that with HBO comedy.
Id go for dropping BOTH HBOF E&W and bringing on more HBO channels....Damn kids already have enough channels devoted to them j/k
Your right HBO Family sux
Starz! Family is Better
Now who is up for some beer ?????:lol:
Pez thats another reason not to subscribe to the Starz pac...in other words.....WAM! this.....:rolling: .....Now my other question.....whos buying the brew...
Just got paid. Whats your pleasure?
I'd like them to add BPM tv.
I would like to see Great American Country and BBC World.
Is there a site which lists and/or links to all channels available to DBS and Cable companies?
I second the adding of HBO Comedy!!!!!!
I think The Discovery Ch. has a wide variety of topics besides what we see on DTV.