OPB has E-Mailed me their weekly digital program schedule only 3 times during 5 months. This week, my link to their online digital schedule came up, "Page Not Found". There doesn't seem to be anything currently on their website that gives information about which programs are HD or otherwise. Actually, the information was never dependable, as many HD programs were listed as being in SD, although the onscreen logos and the obvious level of resolution indicated they were HD. My local newspaper includes no information in its TV Weekly about HD programming. They ignored my inquiry about this. I wonder if OPB-Digital will ever stop airing those short and increasing annoying features between programs. There's a boy who wants to build bridges, women victimized by drugs, etc. Someday, OPB may realize that after they've been shown a thousand times, they lose all interest any viewers may have in them. Will OPB and PBS start presenting their regular programming in HD, in the foreseeable future? Only rarely, are the programs the same on the SD and HD channels. If Comcast didn't have that Guide button, there'd be no OPB-Digital schedule information. How about the Oregonian, does it have HD programming listed? I'd buy it once a week, if it did.
On Saturday, Comcast had a completely garbled signal on Fox, channel 705.
NBC, channel 703, had frequent pixellization on moving objects. I've never seen this before on Comcast, but it was back to normal next day.
My 6208 HD tuner box has started showing a split picture again, after I turn off the TV during recording on my separate HDD or digital VCR. I now routinely flick the tuner channel buttons up and back, to restore the single image, after I've tuned off the TV. For people who do timed recordings with the DVR, I don't know how they would reset the image, as the tuner can't be changed during internal timed recording. I thought this glitch had been eliminated by a software download.