got one last night only it used date of August 14.
My mistake. I listened to it again and it said August 14th, not 16th as I originally stated. And I just received an email about it as well:
As one of our most valued customers, we hope that you are now enjoying your local high-definition channels from DIRECTV.
As you know, until recently, the only way you could receive HD feeds of ABC, NBC, CBS and/or FOX was to add our Distant Network Services (DNS) broadcast from Los Angeles or New York.
Now that we are rolling out local HD channels to more and more cities across the country, our network agreements require that we disconnect the HD DNS feeds from customers in cities where we offer local HD channels.
What This Means to You:
• On August 14 we must remove the duplicate HD DNS feeds of ABC, NBC, CBS and/or FOX. These channels are found in the 80s or 390s ranges.
• There is nothing you need to do.
• There is no impact to your monthly bill.
We wanted to let you know of this change in advance because you are one of our most important customers. Thank you for being a valued member of the DIRECTV family.
DIRECTV Customer Service
Edited by videojanitor, 11 July 2009 - 12:02 PM.