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  1. Testing
    For those in need of an update, the Fox/Cablevision dispute continues to drag on. Customers who try to tune into the channels on Cablevision are seeing an updated message (after the break) from the company calling out Fox for not accepting its offer of arbitration. Multichannel News mentions the...
  2. Testing
    The latest edition of the carriage disputes is also the most damaging, especially to sports fans in the New York area as several Fox stations are no longer available to Cablevision subscribers. Naturally Fox and Cablevision have done the blame each other dance (both press releases afre after the...
  3. Testing
    After the FCC closed the terrestrial loophole we knew it wouldn't be long until satellite and IPTV providers started moving on the cable companies regarding access to high definition versions of their regional sports networks and now they have. Multichannel News reports AT&T has put in its...
  4. Testing
    The future has finally arrived, as New York-area Cablevision subscribers are getting their first taste of cloud based DVRs. Light Reading reports an email from spokesman Jim Maiella confirmed limited deployments which may be too late to securely record Lou Diamond Philips for our later...
  5. HDTV | Video Displays | Processors
    lately when I change channels there is a bright blue screen first then the channel comes in. As this never happen before I had a tech come out who suggested that my HDMI cable may need to be changed (its 3 years old). Any thoughts out there on this. Thanks,
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