Nice to have KVOS back. I remember liking it 20 years ago (has it really been that long since TCI?).
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10/31/10 at 11:30pm
Addendum: I got those SiliconDust listings yesterday. Today I looked again and there were four listings: 62, 70, 76, and 80 programs. How are those lists generated? But, again, only the 62 list doesn't have CBUT HD.
Originally Posted by cwerdna
Anyone have any update on this?
If you use kmttg or TiVo Desktop software, you can quickly identify which shows/channels have CP.
I finally had the chance to engage w/Frontier (company Verizon transitioned our FiOS) service to and the conversation wasn't very productive (posted about it at http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...3#post19536803).
If Comcast in Redmond has no or little CP, I'll probably drop FiOS if I can't get Frontier to get rid of their CP. It's unclear if it's on because of contractual obligations, incompetence, content providers are really asking for it, etc.
It doesn't look like KVOS is on Comcast analog 12 at points north anymore; only at digital 110.1021 system-wide and also at 117.1021 in the far north. My guess (and it's nothing more than a guess, given the timing) is that giving up their analog position in the north might've been part of the negotiation to get them on digital system-wide a couple of weeks ago. (The areas - including Seattle - where they are not remapped to digital 12, they're now remapped to digital 72.)
KBTC HD on .1 & WorldView on .2 aren't (officially, though it sure looks like they're on the way soon) on the system at all. (12 analog still hosts KBTC in all points south, except for Tacoma, where it's on 3 analog.) KBTC might've been able to negotiate eventual coverage in the north since they added a translator on Mt. Constitution a few months ago.