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Fox Sports Net Bay Area in HD on dishnetwork SOMEDAY?

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#1 OFFLINE   johnmcm


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Posted 23 August 2007 - 08:54 AM

I'm a SF Giants fan that has just switched from Comcast to Dish Network via the ATT Homezone box. So far the Homezone is problematic, but my biggest gripe is that now I don't get Giants (or A's, Warriors, Sharks) games in HD. Very upsetting.

Does anyone know if Dish will ever carry this channel? Comcast and DirecTV do carry it. I didn't do my homework.

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#2 OFFLINE   bobl



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Posted 24 August 2007 - 10:48 AM

It's been uplinked on one of Dish's satellites for a year now. I suspect that it will be turned on fairly shortly as Dish has now turned on eighteen of the twenty-five HD RSN's that they have up on their satellites. They seem to be slowly turning more on as time goes by. While I suspect it will be here fairly soon there are of course no guarantees.

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