North Orange County, CA HD programming

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  1. Norris

    Norris Stunt Coordinator

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    I went to www.titantv.com to check out the local offerings in HD, and found that there are not that much. Anybody here consults titantv listing regularly? I'm very new at this HD thing and am not sure I'm looking at the right area. At that website, I chose to see info about digital channels only (the listing will eliminate analog stations). Any material in HD will have a red "HD" next to the show's name, and there are very few. So does that mean the rest are SD, or ED?

    Here is a link to the guide, let's see if it shows up in this post.
    http://www.titantv.com/TTV/Grid/Grid.aspx

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    I'm in Brea, but I have D*.

    I get the following in HD:
    CBS
    NBC
    ABC
    KTLA (WB)
    KTTV (FOX)
    PBS
    HDNET
    HDMOVIES
    HD DISCOVERY
    ESPN
    HBO
    SHOWTIME

    And a couple others, I think.

    HBO, SHO, HDN, HDM, ESPN, and soon, CBS and FOX are off the satellite. The rest are easily received by an OTA antenna.
     
  3. Norris

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    What does D* mean? I only plan to get OTA broadcasts, I assume all those stations you listed only broadcast in HD during primetime right?

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    Sorry...D* is the abbrev. for DirecTV.

    Yes, OTA HD broadcasts are MOSTLY prime time. Exceptions like the Super Bowl do occur.
     

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