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Check again, it's not quite there, at that specific URL.
 

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I'm getting a blank screen.
 

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They seem to be redirecting to a blank html page. My guess is they don't want you reading it yet.
 

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It looks pretty cool and has some useful (and official) data.
Not necessarily. Until they go public, it's not official.
 

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Thanks, Ken.
 

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Looks like (according to the website) only 28 HD channels will be available at launch (October 1) with the other 11 being added on February 1, 2004.
 

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Is anyone able to grab the PDFs under Use It -> Product Guides?
 

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What type of exposure do I need to receive the Voom signal? I'm in NYC and cannot receive D* because I only have north, east and southeast exposures. I need southwest exposure to receive D* signals. Is the same true for Voom?


I apologize if this has been answered before. I've searched here and on the Voom site and cannot find an answer.
 

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Is anyone able to grab the PDFs under Use It -> Product Guides?
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What type of exposure do I need to receive the Voom signal?
Use Dish Network's 61.5 location for the required VOOM look.
 

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(1) Unless I misread the website (which I acknowledge is still unofficial and thus subject to change), there will be NO monthly programming fees for all packages and tiers until 2/1/04. At least that is how the website is currently written.


Thus, the expense will be the $750 startup with $0 per month for all available channels until 2/1/04, if I am correct in my reading of the website and assuming that the website is not changed before it is made "official."


(2) I also noticed that the VOOM STB requires hookup to your home's telephone landline. Is this also true of D* and E* ?
 
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