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Anonymous
November 22, 2004 2:08:47 PM

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Anyone with information on TCM getting mapped for 4DTV?
Anonymous
November 26, 2004 12:37:09 AM

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There is a rumor that the analog signal on W3-14 is going away at the end of
the year--but it is not substantiated. There is also a west feed that is on
G1, but it is not available for 4DTV viewers.

Our best hope is that NPS will authorize this signal on the HITS X4
satellite if it goes away on analog.

"RA-5C" <RA-5C@alzonia.com> wrote in message
news:41A21D1E.98280A4E@alzonia.com...
> Anyone with information on TCM getting mapped for 4DTV?
>
Anonymous
November 26, 2004 2:06:53 AM

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The rumor about TCM going digital can be traced to the latest issues of the
OnSat magazine. According to OnSat the analog signals on W3-14 will switch to
digital on Dec. 31st. I do not know where the publishers of OnSat got their
information.
I have sent an e-mail to Turner Classic Movies concerning this matter and have
yet to receive a reply. I will post any information that I get concerning this
possible change as soon as it is known.
Hope that others with information about this will also post to this newsgroup.

Google wrote:

> There is a rumor that the analog signal on W3-14 is going away at the end of
> the year--but it is not substantiated. There is also a west feed that is on
> G1, but it is not available for 4DTV viewers.
>
> Our best hope is that NPS will authorize this signal on the HITS X4
> satellite if it goes away on analog.
>
> "RA-5C" <RA-5C@alzonia.com> wrote in message
> news:41A21D1E.98280A4E@alzonia.com...
> > Anyone with information on TCM getting mapped for 4DTV?
> >
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Anonymous
November 26, 2004 1:53:11 PM

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Looking at the generic feed this thanksgiving weekend.
They are on three seperate digital channels. For them to be on more then
one,all with the same programing, sets me up to think some testing is going
on.
Malcom
PS So I don't get jumped on again. "THIS ONLY MY OPINION."
"RA-5C" <RA-5CNOSPAM@alzonia.com> wrote in message
news:41A6B9EB.F23413E0@alzonia.com...
> The rumor about TCM going digital can be traced to the latest issues of
the
> OnSat magazine. According to OnSat the analog signals on W3-14 will switch
to
> digital on Dec. 31st. I do not know where the publishers of OnSat got
their
> information.
> I have sent an e-mail to Turner Classic Movies concerning this matter and
have
> yet to receive a reply. I will post any information that I get concerning
this
> possible change as soon as it is known.
> Hope that others with information about this will also post to this
newsgroup.
>
> Google wrote:
>
> > There is a rumor that the analog signal on W3-14 is going away at the
end of
> > the year--but it is not substantiated. There is also a west feed that is
on
> > G1, but it is not available for 4DTV viewers.
> >
> > Our best hope is that NPS will authorize this signal on the HITS X4
> > satellite if it goes away on analog.
> >
> > "RA-5C" <RA-5C@alzonia.com> wrote in message
> > news:41A21D1E.98280A4E@alzonia.com...
> > > Anyone with information on TCM getting mapped for 4DTV?
> > >
>
Anonymous
November 26, 2004 3:42:09 PM

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That reasoning sounds good. On what three digital channels are you seeing this?

Malcom Gillette wrote:

> Looking at the generic feed this thanksgiving weekend.
> They are on three seperate digital channels. For them to be on more then
> one,all with the same programing, sets me up to think some testing is going
> on.
> Malcom
> PS So I don't get jumped on again. "THIS ONLY MY OPINION."
> "RA-5C" <RA-5CNOSPAM@alzonia.com> wrote in message
> news:41A6B9EB.F23413E0@alzonia.com...
> > The rumor about TCM going digital can be traced to the latest issues of
> the
> > OnSat magazine. According to OnSat the analog signals on W3-14 will switch
> to
> > digital on Dec. 31st. I do not know where the publishers of OnSat got
> their
> > information.
> > I have sent an e-mail to Turner Classic Movies concerning this matter and
> have
> > yet to receive a reply. I will post any information that I get concerning
> this
> > possible change as soon as it is known.
> > Hope that others with information about this will also post to this
> newsgroup.
> >
> > Google wrote:
> >
> > > There is a rumor that the analog signal on W3-14 is going away at the
> end of
> > > the year--but it is not substantiated. There is also a west feed that is
> on
> > > G1, but it is not available for 4DTV viewers.
> > >
> > > Our best hope is that NPS will authorize this signal on the HITS X4
> > > satellite if it goes away on analog.
> > >
> > > "RA-5C" <RA-5C@alzonia.com> wrote in message
> > > news:41A21D1E.98280A4E@alzonia.com...
> > > > Anyone with information on TCM getting mapped for 4DTV?
> > > >
> >
Anonymous
November 26, 2004 3:47:57 PM

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Generic CE channels 383,397,398.
These are open key during the thanksgiving holiday, much like the analog
TBS,TNT
Malcom
"RA-5C" <RA-5CNOSPAM@alzonia.com> wrote in message
news:41A778FF.4AD32871@alzonia.com...
> That reasoning sounds good. On what three digital channels are you seeing
this?
>
> Malcom Gillette wrote:
>
> > Looking at the generic feed this thanksgiving weekend.
> > They are on three seperate digital channels. For them to be on more then
> > one,all with the same programing, sets me up to think some testing is
going
> > on.
> > Malcom
> > PS So I don't get jumped on again. "THIS ONLY MY OPINION."
> > "RA-5C" <RA-5CNOSPAM@alzonia.com> wrote in message
> > news:41A6B9EB.F23413E0@alzonia.com...
> > > The rumor about TCM going digital can be traced to the latest issues
of
> > the
> > > OnSat magazine. According to OnSat the analog signals on W3-14 will
switch
> > to
> > > digital on Dec. 31st. I do not know where the publishers of OnSat got
> > their
> > > information.
> > > I have sent an e-mail to Turner Classic Movies concerning this matter
and
> > have
> > > yet to receive a reply. I will post any information that I get
concerning
> > this
> > > possible change as soon as it is known.
> > > Hope that others with information about this will also post to this
> > newsgroup.
> > >
> > > Google wrote:
> > >
> > > > There is a rumor that the analog signal on W3-14 is going away at
the
> > end of
> > > > the year--but it is not substantiated. There is also a west feed
that is
> > on
> > > > G1, but it is not available for 4DTV viewers.
> > > >
> > > > Our best hope is that NPS will authorize this signal on the HITS X4
> > > > satellite if it goes away on analog.
> > > >
> > > > "RA-5C" <RA-5C@alzonia.com> wrote in message
> > > > news:41A21D1E.98280A4E@alzonia.com...
> > > > > Anyone with information on TCM getting mapped for 4DTV?
> > > > >
> > >
>
November 28, 2004 10:43:13 AM

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RA-5C wrote:

> Anyone with information on TCM getting mapped for 4DTV?

Not sure what "mapped" means, but you'll find TCM on W3-14, but it's not
free.
Anonymous
November 28, 2004 7:28:18 PM

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On Sun, 28 Nov 2004 07:43:13 GMT, Mouse <txmouse@swbell.net> wrote:

>RA-5C wrote:
>
>> Anyone with information on TCM getting mapped for 4DTV?
>
>Not sure what "mapped" means, but you'll find TCM on W3-14, but it's not
>free.
>


Mapped means a digital channel is given a channel number. Rumour has
it the W3/14 feed is going away.
Anonymous
November 30, 2004 6:01:23 AM

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What/where is CE? Thanks.

>Subject: Re: 4DTV Mapping for Turner Classic Movies
>From: "Malcom Gillette" 82muchmgillette1@cox.net
>Date: 11/26/2004 1:47 PM Eastern Standard Time
>Message-id: <xTKpd.6877$T02.4110@lakeread06>
>
>Generic CE channels 383,397,398.
>These are open key during the thanksgiving holiday, much like the analog
>TBS,TNT
>Malcom
>"RA-5C" <RA-5CNOSPAM@alzonia.com> wrote in message
>news:41A778FF.4AD32871@alzonia.com...
>> That reasoning sounds good. On what three digital channels are you seeing
>this?
>>
>> Malcom Gillette wrote:
>>
>> > Looking at the generic feed this thanksgiving weekend.
>> > They are on three seperate digital channels. For them to be on more then
>> > one,all with the same programing, sets me up to think some testing is
>going
>> > on.
>> > Malcom
>> > PS So I don't get jumped on again. "THIS ONLY MY OPINION."
>> > "RA-5C" <RA-5CNOSPAM@alzonia.com> wrote in message
>> > news:41A6B9EB.F23413E0@alzonia.com...
>> > > The rumor about TCM going digital can be traced to the latest issues
>of
>> > the
>> > > OnSat magazine. According to OnSat the analog signals on W3-14 will
>switch
>> > to
>> > > digital on Dec. 31st. I do not know where the publishers of OnSat got
>> > their
>> > > information.
>> > > I have sent an e-mail to Turner Classic Movies concerning this matter
>and
>> > have
>> > > yet to receive a reply. I will post any information that I get
>concerning
>> > this
>> > > possible change as soon as it is known.
>> > > Hope that others with information about this will also post to this
>> > newsgroup.
>> > >
>> > > Google wrote:
>> > >
>> > > > There is a rumor that the analog signal on W3-14 is going away at
>the
>> > end of
>> > > > the year--but it is not substantiated. There is also a west feed
>that is
>> > on
>> > > > G1, but it is not available for 4DTV viewers.
>> > > >
>> > > > Our best hope is that NPS will authorize this signal on the HITS X4
>> > > > satellite if it goes away on analog.
>> > > >
>> > > > "RA-5C" <RA-5C@alzonia.com> wrote in message
>> > > > news:41A21D1E.98280A4E@alzonia.com...
>> > > > > Anyone with information on TCM getting mapped for 4DTV?
>> > > > >
>> > >
>>
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January 2, 2005 11:18:00 PM

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RA-5C wrote:

> Anyone with information on TCM getting mapped for 4DTV?

If you'll check out W3-14, you'll see TCM! At least that's where it it
on my 920!

Mouse
Anonymous
January 2, 2005 11:18:01 PM

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better check that again!

"Mouse" <txmouse@swbell.net> wrote in message
news:41D856FD.110750CE@swbell.net...
> RA-5C wrote:
>
>> Anyone with information on TCM getting mapped for 4DTV?
>
> If you'll check out W3-14, you'll see TCM! At least that's where it it
> on my 920!
>
> Mouse
>
>
January 3, 2005 6:15:44 PM

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Mouse wrote:

> RA-5C wrote:
>
> > Anyone with information on TCM getting mapped for 4DTV?
>
> If you'll check out W3-14, you'll see TCM! At least that's where it it
> on my 920!
>
> Mouse

I do not have a 4DTV receiver. Do I understand you correctly in saying
that you are viewing TCM on W3-14 in digicipher and that your unit mapped
this particular channel? Does that mean that TCM will provide a signal to
homes? Thought that TCM had not committed to a signal for 4DTV. Thought
about buying a 4DTV receiver but TCM plays into my decision. Things keep
changing so much that you just cannot keep up.
!