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post #1981 of 1982 Old 10-19-2014, 09:29 PM
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Larry, the website says this about the EPG info: "Free PSIP fed program guide. Program guide data is collected from PSIP information sent along with the TV channels video and audio from the broadcaster."

That's not really adequate for a true DVR. Is the EPG that you're seeing consistent with that description or is there more future data than is in the broadcast PSIP?
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Yes, it's PSIP info alright. I checked what I get with Easy TV vs what I get off the air on my TV... and it's the same. When you ask for more info, the information given is quite accurate and complete, so the stations seem to be doing a good job. Only a few stations have no information. Most give the show title, length, maybe one or two of the actors and a short description of what the show or movie is about.

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