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Maybe all of you are aware of the above site:
http://www.dtvmax.com/main.htm

which comes out (almost) monthly with new info in OUR field.

Latest is 1/16/04 publication and includes-but NOT limited to- the following:



"The only official new HD programming offering announced at CES by DirecTV was the availability of a national CBS high definition feed. This new HD-channel will only be available to DirecTV customers that live in location serviced by a local CBS broadcast station that is Owned and Operated (O&O) by CBS itself. The locations where this will be available includes: Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Boston, Dallas, Detroit, Minneapolis, Miami, Denver, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Salt Lake City, Austin, Green Bay, Los Angles and New York City.


Fox network enhanced definition (480p format) will be available via DirecTV in the cities where the local Fox broadcast station is O&O by Fox. The Fox O&O locations are: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, Dallas, Dallas, Washington DC, Detroit, Atlanta, Houston, Tampa, Cleveland, Phoenix, Denver, St. Louis, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Salt Lake City, Birmingham, Memphis, Greensboro, Austin.


HD-DirecTV receivers combined with HD-TiVo recorders will be arriving in March 2004 from several manufacturers. These units are expected to include 2 DirecTV receivers plus 2 over the air ATSC digital receivers to allowing simultaneous recording of two channels (either from DirecTV channels or digital over the air channels). Hard drive capacities up to 250MB will be offered. The prices are expected to approach $1000 for the most capable units. "
 
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