Originally Posted by HDOrlando
dotsdavid: I miss those days too even though I saw them coming.
What really frustrates a lot of us are those HD holdouts but they are mostly channels at the bottom of the those big conglomerates that own everything.
TeenNick and Chiller are perfect examples. I really hope both finally get it together.
WackyPacks: That would be good news. Hopefully, that is indeed the case. It's still possible and I think likely that NHL Network will move off Sports Pass by the start of next season though as that could have been in the deal.
hmm I don't think we would see any tier changes for the NHL Network till maybe mayish maybe? if not next season.
TWC has some updates planned for April in a few areas: finally launching VOD in Telluride and Gunnison Colorado (they got their HD versions of OTA local channels in december) and the new lineup in January)
El Centro California is adding 23 new HD channels (Which may or may not be SDV as the wording mentions tuning adapter) (maybe they mean HD digital adapter?) that system is 750MHz compared to Yuma's 860MHz unless they upgraded it to 860MHz recently.
El Centro Notice:
On or around April 22, 2015, the following services may be made available in an HD format. ABC Family, channel 23/122, Standard TV tier; AMC, channel 56/105, Standard TV tier; Cartoon Network, channel 44/264, Standard TV tier; CNN, channel 50/201, Standard TV tier; Comedy Central, channel 35/113, Standard TV tier; Disney, channel 22/251, Standard TV tier; Food Network, channel 37/162, Standard TV tier; Fox News Channel, channel 47/202, Standard TV tier; FX, channel 55/108, Standard TV tier; Hallmark Channel, channel 64/123, Standard TV tier; HGTV, channel 36/160, Standard TV tier; HLN, channel 46/204, Standard TV tier; Lifetime, channel 24/170, Standard TV tier; MSNBC, channel 48/203, Standard TV tier; MTV, channel 60/118, Standard TV tier; National Geographic, channel 129, Variety Pass Plus; Nickelodeon, channel 45/258, Standard TV tier; QVC, channel 4/480, Starter TV tier; Spike TV, channel 21/116, Standard TV tier; TCM, channel 631, Var Pass Plus tier; TLC, channel 42/166, Standard TV tier; VH1, channel 59/117, Standard TV tier. All services may require two-way capable digital cable ready equipment, such as a Time Warner Cable-provided set-top box or a CableCARD-equipped Unidirectional Digital Cable Product (UDCP) used in conjunction with a Tuning Adapter. Other UDCPs may not be able to access these services without additional equipment, such as a set-top box.
also they are getting E! HD on or around April 8th either TWC has opened up 8 QAMs in El Centro for new HD they are going to be using SDV and this is likely the first round of channel adds.