2/25/2010 6:07pm - Uplink Activity Report - 2 changes (1 Viewer)

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SatelliteGuys.US DishNetwork Uplink Activity Report - 2/25/2010 6:07pm - 2 changes

Uplink Comparison Range: 02/25/2010 05:47P - 02/25/2010 06:06P

Channel Renames:
9645(99) - AXEHC - EchoStar11 110W TP 10 ConUS beam renamed to ITV (A)
9645(99) - AXEHC - EchoStar8 77W TP 29 ConUS beam renamed to ITV (A)

Channels in the system: 6820
(A) = Available to subscribers
(NA) = Not Available
(H) = Hidden from non-subscribers
 
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simplexswrhs90

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Wow.:D They should just leave the channel name "ITV" so that they don't have to worry about changing it every week.


If fou go forward in the guide to next Monday, the next interactive ad is for Burger King.
 
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Mr Tony

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Dish also scrambled all the channels that they use to have in the clear today

This included the slates that said "you are on 61.5, 110 or 129", NASA and Angel One.

I dont know if previously subbed receivers can get these but FTA boxes can no longer get them. They show as scrambled :(
 

TheKrell

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Dish also scrambled all the channels that they use to have in the clear today
Oh man that sucks. :( How about 101 or the Hawaiian music channel? I bought a Twinhan DVB-S card for the music, but before I got my TSREADER act together, it all went black other than that one channel.
 

Mr Tony

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I thought they were FTA so that installers could install the dishes

They may be fixed key which means that any receiver can see them. But there was a difference for the free to air folks

Nasa, Angel One, Dish 101, and the "you have a dish pointed at _____" were all in the clear/unencrypted so a free to air receiver could see them. For a while Ion was also ITC.
I thought the agreement for Dish to carry Nasa was it had to be unencrypted but I guess not.

There is a difference between unscrambled/in the clear and what I would call fixed key.

examples
-CCTV9 is fixed key. If the receiver has the new card you can view it
-those knockoff shopping channels too work the same way

They show as scrambled on a FTA receiver.
 
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