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Caps09
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I've seen where the website said it was available to all providers, but I really doubt it's for free. I agree that The Comcast Network should be added though, so there will finally be a true competitor to Comcast in Philadelphia.

 

By the way, where's CSN+ in VA and MD? Last we heard, there was a solution and it was going to be added. That was almost 3 weeks ago.

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How about Chiller HD?

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I used to hate this channel.  Really bad movies, but now, they are showing some really good 80's and 90's shows like American Gothic, etc.

 

Any chance we get THIS is HD?  Is it still a Rainbow Property?

 

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We have only heard that FSC will be in HD now. No word as to if we will be actually getting FSC (HD), As soon as we get some info we will let everyone know. Also having this thread moved into the FiOS TV Programming Forum, it's more appropriate there, and open to better discussion. Smiley Happy

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CSN+ in Howard County... wow, not only Caps games but now I'm missing Maryland Basketball games being broadcast. I live 25 miles from my alma mater and I can't even watch a home game being played on Campus this evening.

 

Thank you Verizon... fix this soon or I'll be going back to Comcast which let me watch EVERY MD basketball game televised last year.

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The Comcast Network needs to be added to FIOS please. We already get Comcast SportsNet in Standard and High Def. According to their faq page, it's available. PLEASE add this channel.

 

http://www.csnphilly.com/pages/inner_09/comcast_faq

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Amen!  This needs to change throughou most of Maryland, especially Anne Arundel, Howard and Baltimore counties!  CSN+ is essential to college basketball flags -- this is the flagship campus of the state university and you can't watch the games in the state capitol or the largest city?  Where many of the players are from?  Inexusabe.

 

I will be switching to Comcast as soon as possible unless CSN+ is added

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I will consider switching to FiOS only if you add the Philladelphia local Channels in adition to the New York City Channels in South Brunswick Township and get rid of chanels from far away parts of New York State,Long Island and Connecticut. Phiadelphia is much closer.

 

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KYW CBS 3 SD & HD

WPVI  6 ABC SD & HD

WCAU  NBC 10 SD & HD

WHYY 12 PBS SD & HD

WTXF  Fox 29 SD & HD 

WPHL MY PHL 17 SD & HD

WPSG CW Philly 57 SD & HD

Comcast Sportsnet Philadelphia SD & HD (I don't care if the 76 games have to be blacked out to keep the NBA happy)

 

Drop

WLNY 55 Riverhead, NY 111 Miles Away

WRNN 48 Kingston/Fishkill  NY over 102 Miles away

WSAH 42 Bridgeport, CT 119 Miles away

 

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I don't see that happening. South Brunswick is in the NYC DMA for local channels, and it's designated as a New York market by the major sports. Adding a Philadelphia regional sports network would be useless since no live games could be shown, and it would be illegal to carry Philadelphia local channels there. I guess the three channels you don't want are carried there because they are located within the New York City DMA.

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Mercer County witch borders South Brunswick is part of the Philadelphia DMA FiOS gives both Philadelphia and New York Local Channels plus SNY, Yes and MSG. I already get the Philadelphia  local channels on Comcast why should I have to give them up to switch to FiOS?  All Comcast Sportsnet Philadelphia has to do to be carried in Middlesex County is black out the 76ers games to appease the NBA and far as i know their is no problem with the Phillies and Flyers being aired in Middlesex County.

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Re: How about Chiller HD?

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There is no HD channel for CHILLER in existence.

 

 

 

 

How about Chiller HD?

I used to hate this channel.  Really bad movies, but now, they are showing some really good 80's and 90's shows like American Gothic, etc.

 

Any chance we get THIS is HD?  Is it still a Rainbow Property?

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