More Sapnich channels changes comin up and so on
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Effective 1/15/2013, the following channels will be added to the
Multi Latino Tier: Telefutura West (ch. 614), Univision West (ch.
615), Telemundo West (ch. 616), Ritmoson Latino (ch. 618),
Telehit (ch. 619), Banda Max (ch. 623), Vme Kids (ch. 626),
Once TV (ch. 628), CBTV (ch. 630), Teleformula (ch. 640),
Mexicanal (ch 647), Multimedios TV (ch. 648), LAS (ch. 650),
Caracol (ch. 651), Ecuavisa (ch. 655), Telefe (ch. 656), TV Chile
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Pelicula (681), De Pelicula Classico(ch. 683) and Pasiones (ch.
684). Effective 1/15/2013, GOL TV on channels 268 and 649
will be removed from the Sports Entertainment Tier and the
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said by FifthE1ement:your comments make feel glad that Time Warner Cable got my system from Comcast in 2006 in the Adelphia deal. I mean we got a heck of a deal 750MHz -> 860MHz upgrade added a ton of niche channels: Boomerang, CNN International, CNBC World, etc. got SDV and now have 143 HD channels, DOCSIS 3.0, Startover/lookback. said by osravens:
What market is this?
And once again, no action on new HD from Comcast.
I got the same notice in South Florida. They removed like 11 channels and added 6. All Spanish. Also a notice about OWN (Oprah) moving to Digital Starter. They have been removing HD premiums for a while and no new HD channels have been added in years. Comcast blows.
I bet if my system was still owned by comcast they would have left my area at 750MHz and eventually got around to upgrading the dallas headend areas that were dual line A/B cable to 1GHz but would have probably only used 750MHz.
Comcast never really invested in the Dallas market they loaded up on analogs had 80 at the time Time Warner Cable took over and Comcast had even tried to use 93MHz as a QAM64 carrier for digital channels and I had problems with that frequency all the time. The only thing Comcast did was they at least had pushed the system to 759MHz with a black analog screen on channel 118 and had used 753MHz for a digital carrier and Comcast also transitioned us to a QAM256 system for all of the digital signals from QAM64 for SD channels.
TWC got to upgrading my system in 2008. They had started doing some testing in late 2007-very early 2008 where they had QAM carriers all the way to 777MHz but nothing was on them I know that my house could get a fair signal all the way up to 121 and I am assuming that those carriers on 117, 119, 120, 121 were all QAM256 to test and see if they could get away with using them until they got the 860MHz system upgrade complete. I know that some of the gear in the system was already 860MHz especially about half of the motorola SG2000 nodes. I remember going dang they must be doing something if I can get a digital signal all the way up to 121 on my QAM tuner.