tagged w/ HD TV
So the UK is getting ever closer to having to turn off their analogue signal TVs and make the switch to a full digital service, and it seems that Freeview TV could be about to get a whole lot better.
Reports today claim that Freeview is set to launch HD programming on the digital service, as well as an auto rescan (for when a pigeon lands on your aerial/something just as annoying happens) and a broadband return path to enable two-way interactivity.
Richard Lindsay-Davies, director general of the DTG said:
"The launch of HD services on Freeview is a landmark in UK broadcasting and I am intensely proud of the role the DTG and its membership are playing."
I'd be tempted by free HD services, to get them on Cable and Sky you have to pay for the highest subscription packages, and quite frankly, I think they're expensive enough.So the UK is getting ever closer to having to turn off their analogue signal TVs and... more
SHARING a movie with an insensitive eight-armed animal may not be every womans perfect date.
Renata Pronk did it for science, and made two significant discoveries.
Her unsettling news for Christmas revellers preparing to tuck into seafood platters is that octopuses can watch television and understand at least some of what they see. Discriminating viewers, however, they enjoy only high-definition programs.SHARING a movie with an insensitive eight-armed animal may not be every womans perfect... more