One word: Comcrap"Dcm210" said:I was watching highlights of the FIA-UGA on ESPN and I noticed it was on CSS.
Why hasn't Directv picked up CSS?
well as part of csn houston you may get a some forum of the CSS Houston feed.dstout said:DirecTV could carry CSS, but I don' t see it happening since CSS doesn't show much in the way of pro sports. It does have a few Spring Training Braves games.
To bad that ESPN did not let Directv get game plan HD or some kind of remapping deal.sweep49 said:Channel 642 is Comcast Sportsnet, which listed the GA/FIA game in the guide last night. When I tried to tune it last night, I received the "blacked out in your area" message. I just tuned it now and of course it comes in with some useless "jock talk" being broadcast. So the channel is part of the sports pack, but when you want to actually watch some sports on it the program is blacked out. Of course it was available on the ESPN pay for SD games plan.
CSS is a 24-hour sports channel carrying a full slate of college sports programming and can only be found on cable.
I know it says that, but it is not a Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia situation.trh said:Here is they say on their "About" page of their web site:
Many Comcast & Charter markets in the Southeast are now testing out the full time CSS HD feed, which is scheduled to officially launch on October 14th, 2012.AMike said:Here in metro Atlanta on Comcast, CSS was broadcast in HD during certain sporting events (Football, Basketball), but it was primarily in SD.
I've reviewed the schedules on the CSS website, they do quite a bit on the weekends but I'd say its worth carrying at the right price if at least the games are shown in HD and if there are a sufficient amount of basketball and baseball games.coolman302003 said:Many Comcast & Charter markets in the Southeast are now testing out the full time CSS HD feed, which is scheduled to officially launch on October 14th, 2012.