Don't hold your breath. They have their hands full adding SD locals in smaller markets and "The Big Four" in dozens of markets that currently have no HD LIL.bs0 said:anyone heard anything??...hoping dish adds this as a HD local....
My TV tends to pick up better than the Dish Reciever, even with the same input. So not too odd, just less finicky tuner.Patriot12 said:Yes it is a Digital channel, but not great signal strength. It just seems odd that it comes in fine on my TV's tuner, but not at all on the 622. They are fed by the same antenna.
What is there to "settle", if I may ask? They are separate networks catering to very different audiences. One actually produces shows in HD and is big enough to track in Nielsens. The other is not. Oh yeah, and MNTV will not be on the air past June of next year.I wouldn't be surprised if they weren't waiting for the whole CW-MyTV thing to settle itself before they start working out carriage agreements.
I'll agree with that too. My HDTV never has a problem receiving FOX HD here in Detroit, but my 622 loses the FOX HD OTA signal all the time. Thankfully I've got the DISH HD Locals and can watch the games without the dropouts.derwin0 said:My TV tends to pick up better than the Dish Reciever, even with the same input. So not too odd, just less finicky tuner.
What needs to be "settled" is:Lyle_JP said:What is there to "settle", if I may ask?
Given that CW and MyNetworkTV are new entities, the points in message #9 need to be settled for affiliates of both networks.Lyle_JP said:What did any of that have to do with MyTV? You said the whole "CW-MyTV thing" needed to be settled. It is that remark that I do not understand.
Most of the PBS stations here (and I can receive 7 of them) carry different programming from the others on their HD channels. There are also some Local PBS HD productions on each.KKlare said:... I still argue for a national PBS HD as everyone gets the same and as there is no local production the signals are the same. FWIW