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      12-20-2007, 10:30 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by djmatty View Post
Those are cable channels. Network TV is CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX, etc...


And I enjoy channels like the NFL and NHL networks, NESN, etc...MUCH better than network channels. You gotta pay to play, though......although I don't pay that much for HD channels, and I get quite a few:

WJAR NBC
WPRI CBS
WLNE ABC
WGBH PBS
WNAC FOX
WLWC CW
HD Theather
ESPN
ESPN 2
MOJO
TNT
Universal
National Geographic
A&E
History
HBO
Showtime
NESN
NFL Network
Comcast SportsNet
NHL Network
MTV
CNN
TBS
HGTV
Food Network
Discovery
TLC
Animal Planet
Science
My bad. Mixed the terminology up.

Damn you guys have a lot in Boston. Cleveland is still catching up. We have like 12 HD channels and they prolly charge as much as your bagillion HD channels.

We have a bad set-up for Cable providers here. Only 1 is allowed per city with is kinda fucked up. So where I live I have no option but to get Cox Communications. The city over is Adelphia, then another city gets Time Warner and some may have Insight or Comcast. It's messed up. I wish we could choose cuz Cox is a ripoff.

When I lived in Columbus I lived in 2 different cities while down there. Both I had a choice between 2-3 dif. cable providers. Cable was dirt cheap. My roomate and I had HD/DVR cable with 2 movie channels and cable internet for $90. My dad pays $150 for the same combo through Cox Comm., it's BS that there's no competition.
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