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Sundance HD on UHD Channel


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#1 ONLINE   Nick

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Posted 12 July 2007 - 06:12 AM

From HDTVMagazine:

Lineup Includes: "Iconoclasts," "Big Ideas for a Small
Planet" and "Live from Abbey Road"


Premieres Wednesday, August 1st at 8 Eastern

New York, July 10, 2007 - Sundance Channel President & CEO Larry Aidem and President NBC Universal Cable and Digital Content Jeff Gaspin announced today that Sundance Channel and Universal HD are going to bring HD viewers a new weekly programming block beginning Wednesday, August 1st at 8 PM ET/5PM PT. The branded programming block, presented by Microsoft, will run Wednesdays through December 26th, showcasing Sundance Channel's critically-acclaimed, original series "Iconoclasts," "Big Ideas for a Small Planet" and "Live from Abbey Road" in high definition.

"Sundance Channel speaks to a very educated, tech savvy audience," said Aidem. "Our viewers are early adopters of advanced technology, they are interested in HDTV and this new branded block on Universal HD will now make our key original franchises available on HDTV."

"Universal HD viewers are the perfect fit for Sundance Channel programming," said Gaspin. "We are thrilled to be partnering with both Sundance and Microsoft on what will be a great entertainment experience for viewers." ...

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#2 OFFLINE   Cholly

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Posted 12 July 2007 - 08:45 AM

From the teasers on UHD, it looks promising. I'll have more reason to watch UHD.

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