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I would like the option to view VERTICALLY an individual channel's lineup.
It would allow us to quickly see a channel's line-up for the evening instead of scrolling to the right in half hour
For example, I'd like to be able to view NBC's channel line-up this way...
7:00 PM Extra
7:30 PM Access Hollywood
8:00 PM Minute to Win It
10:00 PM Law & Order: SVU
11:00 PM News
11:35 PM The Tonight Show
12:37 PM Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
...instead of listed horizontally.
7:00 PM Extra / 7:30 PM Access Hollywood / 8:00 PM Minute to Win It / 10:00 PM Law & Order: SVU
The vertical view would be particularly helpful when viewing a premium channel's movie line-up.
I think I had this ability when I had Comcast. The vertical view can be activated on TVGuide.com
when you click on the channel #.
As far as databases, etc. go, it's known as pivot, or twist. It's available as a feature in IMG 1.9, I believe.
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