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December 11, 2008

New DTV blog advertiser: Qwest

Qwest Digital TV Service is now an advertiser on the DTV blog. Thanks for their support!

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Yay for Qwest! Boo for DTV getting pushed back till June.

Posted by: Gamer Brandon | Mar 18, 2009 8:54:00 AM

Yes, 'yay' for Qwest. Guess the government had to push back the date to June 12th. as they ran out of coupons or something. For people that have either cable or satellite TV they already are using a digital converter (black box) and they don't need to do anything.

Posted by: dish network | May 20, 2009 8:54:15 AM

Digital TV sucks. The picture is good when you get a signal. 3/4 of the time there is nothing. The should of figured out something better. Digital TV signal sucks ASS. IT need to work before it is put out to the people.

Posted by: big boy | Jul 2, 2009 11:32:12 PM

Digital tv is great, i am surprised the amount of TV you can see for free on the web.

Posted by: Andy Fergason | Sep 16, 2009 7:59:20 AM

Hello Everyone,

I was surfing the net in search of some cutting edge television/new media blogs and this one is pretty neat. Check out mine at www.forwardfilms.net/blog and maybe we can get some link exchanges going!

Craig

Posted by: Craig | Oct 16, 2009 2:06:40 PM

I have Quest and it's pretty good
-Jay the DV Cable guy

Posted by: Jay Rutherford | Nov 16, 2009 11:19:05 AM

That is cool thanks :)

Posted by: 14 lcd tv | Dec 22, 2009 8:32:36 PM

DTV is really cool, but the providers really suck. Had Comcast..now Direct TV....but going to give Verizon a try.

Posted by: Computer Sound Systems | Dec 28, 2009 1:51:35 PM

Had DirectTV and moved to Comcast. I guess once my contract is up I'll move back. It seems like the only way to keep the bill manageable.

Posted by: Tom | Jan 26, 2010 12:28:16 AM

Sky 3D will go live in April.
Top-tier Sky HD subscribers will not be charged extra when the service launches. The good news is that all Sky +HD Box customers already have the set-top box they need to enjoy 3D, meaning they simply need to buy any new 3D TV, all of which will work seamlessly with Sky’s ground breaking new service.The 3D channel will carry movies, sport, documentaries and the arts, and will 'initially' be a bonus channel at no extra cost for consumers who subscribe to the top tier with Sky HD.

Posted by: Sky hd box | Feb 8, 2010 5:33:28 AM

Sky 3D will go live in April.
Top-tier Sky HD subscribers will not be charged extra when the service launches. The good news is that all Sky +HD Box customers already have the set-top box they need to enjoy 3D, meaning they simply need to buy any new 3D TV, all of which will work seamlessly with Sky’s ground breaking new service.The 3D channel will carry movies, sport, documentaries and the arts, and will 'initially' be a bonus channel at no extra cost for consumers who subscribe to the top tier with Sky HD.

Posted by: Sky hd box | Feb 8, 2010 5:33:29 AM

Sky 3D will go live in April.
Top-tier Sky HD subscribers will not be charged extra when the service launches. The good news is that all Sky +HD Box customers already have the set-top box they need to enjoy 3D, meaning they simply need to buy any new 3D TV, all of which will work seamlessly with Sky’s ground breaking new service.The 3D channel will carry movies, sport, documentaries and the arts, and will 'initially' be a bonus channel at no extra cost for consumers who subscribe to the top tier with Sky HD.

Posted by: Sky hd box | Feb 8, 2010 5:33:29 AM

Sky 3D will go live in April.
Top-tier Sky HD subscribers will not be charged extra when the service launches. The good news is that all Sky +HD Box customers already have the set-top box they need to enjoy 3D, meaning they simply need to buy any new 3D TV, all of which will work seamlessly with Sky’s ground breaking new service.The 3D channel will carry movies, sport, documentaries and the arts, and will 'initially' be a bonus channel at no extra cost for consumers who subscribe to the top tier with Sky HD.

Posted by: Sky hd box | Feb 8, 2010 5:33:29 AM

Sky 3D will go live in April.
Top-tier Sky HD subscribers will not be charged extra when the service launches. The good news is that all Sky +HD Box customers already have the set-top box they need to enjoy 3D, meaning they simply need to buy any new 3D TV, all of which will work seamlessly with Sky’s ground breaking new service.The 3D channel will carry movies, sport, documentaries and the arts, and will 'initially' be a bonus channel at no extra cost for consumers who subscribe to the top tier with Sky HD.

Posted by: Sky hd box | Feb 8, 2010 5:33:29 AM

Sky 3D will go live in April.
Top-tier Sky HD subscribers will not be charged extra when the service launches. The good news is that all Sky +HD Box customers already have the set-top box they need to enjoy 3D, meaning they simply need to buy any new 3D TV, all of which will work seamlessly with Sky’s ground breaking new service.The 3D channel will carry movies, sport, documentaries and the arts, and will 'initially' be a bonus channel at no extra cost for consumers who subscribe to the top tier with Sky HD.

Posted by: Sky hd box | Feb 8, 2010 5:33:29 AM

Sky 3D will go live in April.
Top-tier Sky HD subscribers will not be charged extra when the service launches. The good news is that all Sky +HD Box customers already have the set-top box they need to enjoy 3D, meaning they simply need to buy any new 3D TV, all of which will work seamlessly with Sky’s ground breaking new service.The 3D channel will carry movies, sport, documentaries and the arts, and will 'initially' be a bonus channel at no extra cost for consumers who subscribe to the top tier with Sky HD.

Posted by: Sky hd box | Feb 8, 2010 5:33:30 AM

Not sure how 3D TV is going to take off to be honest. Will custoemer be willing to upgrade their tvs even with the great tv offers currently on the market. Many people have only just purchased an HD Ready TV. Also the glassers could be a problem, as although they're come a long way from the days of cardboard frames with one green lens and one red lense, viewers still may not enjoy wearing them.

Posted by: Digital TV Offers | May 7, 2010 10:07:06 AM

I can see 3D TV taking off for sport and movies but can't imagine anything beyond that (the news, Eastenders etc). There's even a reasonably priced 3D Blu Ray player now. I know that Virgin are seriously looking at 3D and their new box later in the year will be 3D compatible, it just remains to be seen how the Virgin TV packages will compare to the Sky equivalent, especially on 3D content.

Posted by: Digital TV Advice | Jun 8, 2010 3:49:40 PM

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