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post #901 of 9373 Old 01-22-2007, 12:51 PM
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What HD on Time Warner...I am in the OC and have been waiting for over a month with no HD....no HD boxes available and not sure when they will have any....this is very frustrating...
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What HD on Time Warner...I am in the OC and have been waiting for over a month with no HD....no HD boxes available and not sure when they will have any....this is very frustrating...

You are not alone. This actually made the news in Raleigh. Apparently TWC-Raleigh were unprepared for the Christmas HD rush and ran out of boxes. Now they have a 2-3 week waiting list with 300 customers on it. All waiting to get HD service.


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The updated press release on Multichannel News now incorporates TWC comments/statements:
Time Warner Cable's new retransmission-consent deal with Sinclair Broadcast Group covers all of its subscribers in markets that carry Sinclair TV-station signals, not just those where Time Warner acquired systems from now-bankrupt Adelphia Communications.

Time Warner said Monday that it will carry the analog and digital signals of 35 TV stations owned or operated by the broadcaster in 22 markets for the next three years.

The cable operator and Sinclair finalized a new retransmission-consent pact Friday just hours before an extension of their old agreement was set to expire.

The new retransmission-consent deal expires Dec. 31, 2009, according to Sinclair and to Time Warner director of communications Maureen Huff.

The deal covers 6 million Time Warner subscribers in systems that carry local Sinclair-owned TV stations. Those systems will be able to carry not just existing Sinclair signals, but HD signals, as well, as they become available.

This means the agreement covers signals carried to almost 45% of Time Warner's 13.5 million cable-television subscribers. Originally, Time Warner had said that it was negotiating with Sinclair regarding carriage of its signals to about 1 million former Adelphia customers it acquired last year.

The pact marks the first time that Time Warner agreed to carry Sinclair's digital signals to most of its customers, according to the TV-station owner. The pact covers new HD signals as they become available, according to Huff.

Time Warner declined to comment on whether any cash payments would be made to Sinclair for carrying any of its TV stations' signals. Huff said the company won't comment on terms of the agreement.

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It's clear it applies to all of us. Now the question is IF/WHEN we will these stations locally. My CSR and his supervisor still have no clue.
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TW Columbus has turned on ABC/FOX HD channels already. WOO HOO!
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From a lot of past threads and posts I've read, TWC in NC and NY seem to be very good. Unfortunately that has never been the case with TWC Columbus, Ohio. That is who my comments were directed at.

Sounds like they are not as bad as you think. They went from having CSR's not knowing about the deal this morning to in the guide by primetime. TWC San Antonio's VP of Operations said they were working on a plan to make it available. That could mean days, weeks or months.
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What channel would it be on here in San Antonio?
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What channel would it be on here in San Antonio?

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San Antonio, TX: KABB/KMYS

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The Sinclair station in Maine was on TWC Friday night within an hour or two of the signing. No reason to wait.
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A few years ago, we here in Albany had a similar situation with the local CBS affiliate (owned by Freedom Communications). They did not have an agreement in place to provide their digital signal to TWC.

I was in the CBS affiliate's studio to tape a segment on HDTV in the midst of the "standoff" with TWC and received a tour of the master control facility. I was shown a piece of equipment that had a red patch cable plugged into it. The person giving me the tour told me that if the red patch cable was removed, the station's digital signal would be sent to TWC.

My point in telling you this story is that the engineers at the Sinclair stations have probably been prepared to send their digital signals to TWC for a while and were just waiting for the "OK" from the Sinclair execs to "pull the cord". This may be why some of the Sinclair stations were able to send their signals almost immediately after the agreement was in place.

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TW Columbus has turned on ABC/FOX HD channels already. WOO HOO!

Christ! So that means that my feed doesn't come from Cleveland or Columbus. Where in the hell does it come from? I'm in Minerva, anyone know where our feed comes from? The thing is my area is a former Adelphia area that was taken over by TWC so I don't know what applies to me.
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Anyone know if the NHL skills competition is going to be shown on inhd tonight in nyc?

The listing I saw states that it will be a basketball game, Phoenix Suns at Washington Wizards

but I also found from Versus network homepage that they are providing an hd signal

Any thoughts?
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Anyone know if the NHL skills competition is going to be shown on inhd tonight in nyc?

The listing I saw states that it will be a basketball game, Phoenix Suns at Washington Wizards

but I also found from Versus network homepage that they are providing an hd signal

Any thoughts?

Im pretty sure the basketball game will be aired tonight. will the nhl all star game(tomorrow) be seen in hd?
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Anyone know if the NHL skills competition is going to be shown on inhd tonight in nyc?

The listing I saw states that it will be a basketball game, Phoenix Suns at Washington Wizards

but I also found from Versus network homepage that they are providing an hd signal

Any thoughts?

I saw a listing in the program guide last night that the NHL skills competition will be tape delayed and shown tonight at 11:00 p.m. right after the basketball game.
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I saw a listing in the program guide last night that the NHL skills competition will be tape delayed and shown tonight at 11:00 p.m. right after the basketball game.


ahh just checked, I see it now. Thanks for your help.
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Time Warner, in Richardson/Plano, Texas published a new channel line-up on January 3, 2007 which added all of the local HD stations clustered together in the mid-800 range. Hurray! They also left them at their previous numbers.

About two weeks later the 800-range local HD channels disappeared, although they are still listed online. The local customer support number says they've changed the line-up again and that the online information is wrong. They directed complaints to Customer Service. Customer Service directed me to the call center. And around and around we go.
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Does anyone know, or can tell me how I find out, if Time Warner in Northeast Ohio is going to ever start showing the CW in HD? I watch a couple shows on there and the quality is horrible.

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This is Comcast in Detroit and the HD channels they offer -- why is TW so far behind? I know the answer but this is a G rated site.

199 National Geographic HD
200 A&E HD
201 Fox Sports Net HD Detroit
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I guess it depends on your definition of "so far behind". I'd like to see a few more stations myself, but I'm not terribly disappointed w/20 channels. If you want to get technical, I guess you could drop 2 for the "west feeds", and A&E for not actually having any HD

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This is Comcast in Detroit and the HD channels they offer -- why is TW so far behind? I know the answer but this is a G rated site.

199 National Geographic HD
200 A&E HD
201 Fox Sports Net HD Detroit
202 ESPN HD
203 ESPN2 HD
204 TNT HD
205 Discovery HD
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208 Universal HD
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219 Cinemax HD
223 Showtime HD
227 Starz HD
231 ABC WXYZ-DT
232 NBC WDIV-DT
233 CBS WWJ-DT
234 FOX WJBK-DT
235 My Network TV WMYD-DT
236 The CW WKBD-DT
240 PBS WTVS-DT (HD PBS Digital)


that's probably the most HD I've ever seen on cable.

I'm still looking forward to the day, I can turn on my 1000 inch holographic display and Starz and Cinemax HD will have been added to TWC Raleigh.


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This is Comcast in Detroit and the HD channels they offer -- why is TW so far behind? I know the answer but this is a G rated site.

199 National Geographic HD
200 A&E HD
201 Fox Sports Net HD Detroit
202 ESPN HD
203 ESPN2 HD
204 TNT HD
205 Discovery HD
206 INHD (MLB, NBA HD, NFL Network)
207 CSHD Golf Channel HD / Versus HD (NHL)
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219 Cinemax HD
223 Showtime HD
227 Starz HD
231 ABC WXYZ-DT
232 NBC WDIV-DT
233 CBS WWJ-DT
234 FOX WJBK-DT
235 My Network TV WMYD-DT
236 The CW WKBD-DT
240 PBS WTVS-DT (HD PBS Digital)

I have all of them except CW, my Network, MHD, Universal, Golf, Fox sports, A&E, and National Geographic. My Time Warner is WAY behind the times. I would get rid of them but I hate satellite and all the problems with it.

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This is Comcast in Detroit and the HD channels they offer -- why is TW so far behind? I know the answer but this is a G rated site.

Good list, that seems to cover almost all HD channels I've ever heard of... but there seems to be one major missing one (of 2 channels), HDNet & HDNet-M.

Time Warner NYC (Man North Head End) - 8742HD DVR ODN 5.2.0_9

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Does anyone know, or can tell me how I find out, if Time Warner in Northeast Ohio is going to ever start showing the CW in HD? I watch a couple shows on there and the quality is horrible.

The CW affiliate in Cleveland (WBNX) finally got it's construction permit approved late last year. They are supposed to begin broadcasting OTA this spring. There was talk of them providing a ground based feed to the cable companies as early as November but I have not seen anything yet. If you have OTA capability, the CW is broadcast on a digital sub-channel on WFMJ(digital channel 20.2) in Youngstown. It is only 480i but it looks way better than the SD cable channel carried on TWC.
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The CW affiliate in Cleveland (WBNX) finally got it's construction permit approved late last year. They are supposed to begin broadcasting OTA this spring. There was talk of them providing a ground based feed to the cable companies as early as November but I have not seen anything yet. If you have OTA capability, the CW is broadcast on a digital sub-channel on WFMJ(digital channel 20.2) in Youngstown. It is only 480i but it looks way better than the SD cable channel carried on TWC.

Awesome, thanks, I'll check it out.

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Mine still doesn't work though. (I am in Columbus)

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Time Warner Cable customers in Ohio and other states can now watch more sporting events and more of their favorite programs in HD.

The cable company has reached a deal settling a long-running dispute with Sinclair Broadcast Group, a major owner of television stations.

The three-year agreement allows Time Warner systems to carry the sharper high-definition signals of 35 Sinclair television stations in 22 markets, including the ABC and Fox stations in Columbus and Dayton.

Financial terms of the agreement have not been disclosed.
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Mine still doesn't work though. (I am in Columbus)

If you really don't have them, then you need to give TW a call. Everybody should have them now. They turned on 706 (ABC) and 728 (FOX) the same evening as the initial agreement announcement came out. Everyone that I know had them that night.
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TW Central NY sent me a letter over the weekend announcing the new HD channel lineup...and that they're moving ESPN-HD and ESPN2-HD off the special "HD tier" group onto the regular HD group...and since I'm a subscriber to the HD tier they're giving me Showtime HD (and all the other Showtime channels) free for a year to make up for the loss on the HD tier. Not too shabby since I signed up for the HD tier during a special promo and get it for $2.95 a month
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Can you post the letter? Or send it to me? Thanks.

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TW Central NY sent me a letter over the weekend announcing the new HD channel lineup...and that they're moving ESPN-HD and ESPN2-HD off the special "HD tier" group onto the regular HD group...and since I'm a subscriber to the HD tier they're giving me Showtime HD (and all the other Showtime channels) free for a year to make up for the loss on the HD tier. Not too shabby since I signed up for the HD tier during a special promo and get it for $2.95 a month

That's a pretty nice gesture for a cable company, but I'm a Showtime subscriber (for the moment) and based on what they currently show that package should be free anyway. Unless you like boxing there's very little HD content of note.


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That's a pretty nice gesture for a cable company, but I'm a Showtime subscriber (for the moment) and based on what they currently show that package should be free anyway. Unless you like boxing there's very little HD content of note.

Huh? Their original series like 'Dexter', 'Weeds', 'Brotherhood' and 'The L Word' are getting more love than comparable originals on HBO and are well worth the viewing. In addition, their true-HD movies are always presented in OAR, which means something to true movie buffs, and stands in stark contrast to the crop & zoom policies of HBO, Cinemax, and all the other premium movie channels (with the exception of HDNet Movies which also respects the work). Showtime is well worth the subscription.
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Huh? Their original series like 'Dexter', 'Weeds', 'Brotherhood' and 'The L Word' are getting more love than comparable originals on HBO and are well worth the viewing. In addition, their true-HD movies are always presented in OAR, which means something to true movie buffs, and stands in stark contrast to the crop & zoom policies of HBO, Cinemax, and all the other premium movie channels (with the exception of HDNet Movies which also respects the work). Showtime is well worth the subscription.

And most of those series are off air and the movies they do present in HD are not worth the screen time even if the are OAR. The Longest Yard seems to be the only movie they could afford last year based on it's daily rotation. If I wanted to see 10 year old movies and b-movies I could just buy the DVD for $5. You wouldn't get ads during them either.


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