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Started by Jack 1000, Monday Feb 13, 2012, 01:45:39 PM
Quote from: hoophead;58348Well, mid March is here now and no Brewers on the channel.
Quote from: trev57;58350Well, it was supposed to be added today. And since I don't have TWC, can someone fill me in?
Quote from: Jack 1000;58355I have not seen it added yet. Maybe go into Favorite channels and enter like 1800 to scroll to that point. Now, use the Page +/- button to scroll down to somewhere between 1800 to 1999. Somewhere within there there will be about 15 channels that say Test with numbers on them. I just can't remember if the test channels are in the 1800 range or the 1900 range.I would say go through the channels that say Testxx (where X represents a number.) If you find WMLW in those test channels, make a note of the test channel location and post it here. Thanks!Jack
Quote from: Jack 1000;58359I opened up a support question at the TWC Direct to Tech Forum about WMLW-HD not being available yet on TWC Metro Milwaukee Systems. I'll see if they can say what happened. Told them I was also interested in a new launch date if one could be provided. You would think that management would be interested in getting this done, especially for "March Madness." basketball games.Jack
Quote from: Jack 1000;58366I just inquired on the status of WMLW-HD to station management, through e-mail.They said it has been postponed "a couple of months." At least we know it is coming eventuallyJack
Quote from: trev57;58367Oy vey. This is starting to sound like the transition to HD news at CBS 58.
Quote from: trev57;58719File this one in the "I'll believe it when I see it" category.
Quote from: mrschimpf;58718Lost in the fun that was the Hearst/Time Warner catfight was that Weigel is doing the last of their changes to put both WMLW and WYTU in HD. According to Dudek in the Journal-Sentinel, WMLW and WBME will switch around channels on August 7. I don't know exactly how (it's not explained in the article and a better explanation hasn't come in a comment where I asked for more info), but I'm assuming parsing the text that WMLW will go to 49.1 in HD, while the Me-TV schedule will go to digital 13 and 58.2 in SD, and now we'll get WMLW-TV 49 and WBME-CD/CA 41. Meanwhile WYTU launches by next week in HD on their LP digital 17 (mapping to 63.1) in time for the Olympics and their soccer coverage, along with the Packers pre-season in Espanol (which is the first I've heard of that), at least according to 58 on their newscast tonight. Don't know anything yet about cable coverage of WYTU in HD though, or if 49.4 will remain Telemundo. And I'm just assuming WMLW-CA and WYTU-LP will continue to carry WMLW's schedule and MeTV until the transmitters finally conk out on those analog dinosaurs.
Quote from: WITI6fan;58721It took them this long to realize Me-TV didn't need a full power digital channel? :rolleyes:
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