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Godfather
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Directv has launched a channel with updated information about Hurricane Gustav. It can be found on channel 363. It includes current projections of the storm path, evacuation routes, what organizations are taking donations, and other information.

Update: New Orleans local station WDSU is now being shown on channel 361.

Update 2: Channel 363 is now showing information for Hurricane Ike. Channel 361 is now showing KHOU out of Houston. Jump to page 4 of this thread to skip to information about Ike.
 

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Thanks for the info
 

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N.Y. FOOTBALL GIANTS
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tftc22 said:
Directv has launched a channel with updated information about Hurricane Gustav. It can be found on channel 363. It includes current projections of the storm path, evacuation routes, what organizations are taking donations, and other information.
Good looking out thanks
 

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Godfather
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hey mods can you fix the news story on the front page? the link is not where it should be to this post.

thanks you mods for fixing the link.

too bad that gustav is not going to hit florida. TS Fay was pretty weak considering I was about 30 miles north of its landfall after the keys.
 

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Lord Vader said:
OK, am I alone in seeing the irony of having this channel go blank when Gustav approaches and hinders the signal? :D
And when the Signal does go out, You Waited to long,
and it's time to find your safe room and hide.


I also like the Idea that DTV added this channel to our line up.

If you think about it, they didn't have to add this channel. It's a good public service to thier customers in the areas that could be effected.

In 2005, all we had in South East Florida after "Wilma" Was DirecTV and a few OTA channels. That was after I reinstalled my Dish. It was blown right off the roof and hanging by the wires swinging in the wind. Cable also went down in our area, we had no power for 14 days, Unless you had your own Generator. Which after that, I think 3/4's of the state bought one.
 
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