Originally Posted by Michael P 2341
I'm sure that WLFM-LP will do something interesting with the video portion of their signal. Maybe a live camera in the studio.
BTW: It's more than a rock station, they want to be a rock and talk station like WMMS' Alan Cox.
Kind of like the old Howard Stern on TV format then?
I find myself listening to less music on the radio & although I'm not all that wild about sports (Not a lot to be optomistic about in this area) I always seem to have The Fan on in the car now. You know you're getting old when you stop listening to pop & mainstream Radio... I was keeping up with all the newer alternative music untill about 3-4 years ago until MMS's format change. Dan Akroyd used to have a Jazz show on Sunday evenings on 107.3.
Both the Raycom stations (43 & 19) have lost their program information for a several days now.
I had another question for the affacianado's here, I was watiching a DVD copy of Albinino Alligator from the Library last week, seems the movie was shot in 2.39, but presented in 2.35. My Set & Bluray player actually was stretching & distorting the picture out.. I had to put the Bluray player in 16:9 Squeeze mode then was able to watch it distortion free but as a 'postage stamp'. I took this over to my dads & tried it in all 3 of his players, only his Bluray presented it to the edges & non distorted, the other machines squished it or stretched it. Seems like these machines treat this as a 4:3 format then do a 'stretch' to the edges. I tried the Fill & overscan modes on my set & the image was still distorted. On my 4:3 Tube & Philips DVD player using Component output, the movie appeared in the correct proportions, yet just the larger black bars (which is what I would expect).
Is this stretching some kind of incompatibility between the set, player & the disc? I'm not really a big fan of the 2.35 & above format.