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DirecTV Unveils New Content: Network Live and Hype


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#1 OFFLINE   Nick

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Posted 16 December 2005 - 04:01 AM

DirecTV announced two key programming moves Thursday.

With the first, the satellite TV company partnered with
America Online, XM Satellite Radio and AEG for Network Live,
which will deliver exclusive entertainment music programming.
As part of the agreement, Network Live will become the music
and live entertainment programming partner for DirecTV, and
DirecTV will serve as Network Live's exclusive first-window
TV partner.

Network Live programming will debut on DirecTV in March 2006
on channel 101 in standard definition and 401 in high-def.
However, a sneak-peak will be available this month on channel
124.

Also, DirecTV said it added Hype TV, a 24-hour Caribbean music
and entertainment channel. Hype TV is available on an
a-la-carte basis for $9.99 a month with the purchase of any
DirecTV programming package.


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#2 OFFLINE   juan ellitinez

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Posted 16 December 2005 - 11:14 AM

The way that article is worded it sounds like "Netork Live" will be a premium service!!


Network Live programming will debut on DirecTV in March 2006
on channel 101 in standard definition and 401 in high-def.
However, a sneak-peak will be available this month on channel
124.


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Posted 17 December 2005 - 10:07 PM

Is this the "CD USA" channel?

#4 OFFLINE   stupid0g

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Posted 17 December 2005 - 11:57 PM

no something totally different
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Posted 18 December 2005 - 09:47 AM

DirecTV announced two key programming moves Thursday.

With the first, the satellite TV company partnered with
America Online, XM Satellite Radio and AEG for Network Live,
which will deliver exclusive entertainment music programming.
As part of the agreement, Network Live will become the music
and live entertainment programming partner for DirecTV, and
DirecTV will serve as Network Live's exclusive first-window
TV partner.

Network Live programming will debut on DirecTV in March 2006
on channel 101 in standard definition and 401 in high-def.
However, a sneak-peak will be available this month on channel
124.

Also, DirecTV said it added Hype TV, a 24-hour Caribbean music
and entertainment channel. Hype TV is available on an
a-la-carte basis for $9.99 a month with the purchase of any
DirecTV programming package.


www.SkyReport.com - used with permission


Does anyone else see the extreme irony in D* adding a channel named "Hype"? I thought they aleady had more than enough hype.




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