Originally Posted by HDOrlando
On the BHN website, they have everyone minus the Panhandle with Sundance HD and Inspiration HD. Jesse reported Indiana now has both live.
However, none show QVC Plus SD/HD and HSN2 SD which leads me to believe these have been delayed.
Hopefully, we get at least Sundance HD and Inspiration HD live soon.
I wouldn't say that QVC plus is delayed more of a few days off from the original date TWC is still listing QVC Plus to be added this month on time. Also I don't know why someone at BHN put out on or about September 1st for the channel adds knowing that it was a holiday weekend? Look what it took for TWC to launch LHN here in Texas
The channels are still not in the guide as searchable yet.
Oh by the way TWC is getting ready for San Antonio TX to cut over to the new lineup on the 15th of October
they are the first outside of the northeast to test the new channel themed lineup
I was told iGuide areas are not going to be done until 2014. Maybe needing a new version of iGuide that removes the HD guide filter that displays only the HD channels and for other options that TWC could be developing
I know that TWC needs to update startover/lookback and caller id on tv for iGuide and add remote DVR to iGuide. Does anyone know if BHN michigan upgraded their older boxes to the latest version of iGuide that TWC is running in a few markets? LA and Dallas
also the new San Antonio lineup still shows only 2 GAME HD and 1 TEAM HD channels but hopefully this means that next month that we will see some more HD adds in Texas
at least in San Antonio
Oh Orielsmagic Charter in Denton Texas is 550MHz and they are running VOD and DOCSIS 3.0 so they may not be able to get to 140+ HD channels maybe 100 HD or so unless they do a full system upgrade to 1GHz or are in the process of doing so. the system in Denton is running QAMs on 28-78 and 95-99 except for channel 70 which is the amplifier pilot channel. Also the Denton system is fed from fort worth and and they have some special setup where they can run the Denton system from the Fort Worth area that uses Cisco boxes and the Denton system is Motorola as is all of the areas outside of Fort Worth and Park Cities in Texas on Charter.
Oh and the new San Antonio lineup is listing HERE TV! and that is not available in Texas yet so that will be launching soon.
Also the San Antonio Texas lineup does not show any new channels such as international premiums that are available in the northeast and there are a few channels that they don't have now on there such as HERE TV! but that is about it. It looks like TWC did not have time to update the channel lineup that they are showing in PDF form to show the Fox changes or the LHN add yet.