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Posted 05 January 2002 - 11:55 AM

Our local CBS station, KCNC, went live on air on the 31st, and now has most of their video and audio bugs worked out. It's very exciting to get HD programming over the air with a little antenna that looks like it came straight out of a 50's B movie sitting on top of my tv in my basement. Although we are really behind the times HD broadcast wise in Denver, I now can receive ABC, CBS, and PBS. Our Fox station is broadcasting digital, but they are upconverting the 480i 4:3 signal and zooming it to 14:9 which really is bad. I love HD!

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