Originally Posted by Demolition Man
Ring Of Honor Wrestling is still 16:9 SD (even tho most markets air it 4:3 SD).
How did a show that started on HDNet end up 16:9 SD?
Originally Posted by mario315
The NBC O & O here in South Florida, WTVJ, will be blocking, beginning tonight, the 3AM NBC re-broadcast of CNBC's Mad Money (in SD).... They're replacing it with the re-broadcast of their 11PM local news (in HD) at 3AM and with Extra (in HD) at 3:30 AM..... As a result, they're now broadcasting in HD 24 hours per day (Mon.-Fri.)...... The first South Florida station to achieve this milestone.....
Any other stations out there now in the "24 Hours HD Club" ?..... With so many syndicated shows launching in HD this season we should see this happen more often now, no ?
During the week, I suspect any NBC affiliate that doesn't carry Mad Money is 24/5 HD. WRC (the Washington affiliate) is another, airing Cash Cab reruns instead of Mad Money.
I've seen the feed for Monday's Steve Wilkos show -- it's widescreen SD.
Well, hey, that's still a milestone by our account. Nationally syndicated 4:3 dies on Monday, unless this Trisha show is 4:3. But Wikipedia says it's a spinoff of Maury, so I would assume it has the same production standards. Her website says it will also broadcast out of the Stamford Media Center. I'm surprised NBC continues to expand use of that facility but won't make the leap to HD.Edited by URFloorMatt - 9/15/12 at 2:02pm