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Olympics in HDTV


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Posted 08 February 2002 - 04:11 AM


The 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Winter Games, which start today, will be featured in high-definition television (HDTV) on NBC's digital TV affiliates and HDNet (channel 199 on DirecTV). Plus, for regular viewing, the Olympics will also be featured on NBC, CNBC and MSNBC. HDNet will replay the original program block of 24-hour coverage on its all-high definition national network. Check www.hd.net/olympics.html for HDNet schedule updates and check www.nbcolympics.com for NBC HDTV schedule updates.

From <a href="http://www.skyreport.com" target=none>SkyReport</a> (Used with permission)


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Posted 08 February 2002 - 08:53 AM


I wish I had an ExpressVu 6000 receiver so I could watch them.

My boss has a DTC 100 which I may get to borrow I just have to find something to convert the RGB signals to Component for my HD set. This way I can watch the Olympics in style!

Scott





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