- Mar 2, 2004
Yeah, unfortunetly Even I think the content on HDNet is going down They used to always have something to watch, now good content is getting sporadic
Yep, I remember it well in the Chicagoland area here. It was popular just before cable television moved in. It was many late nights as a kid tuning into channel 44 to watch scrambled adult movies on On-TV's "Adults Only" overnight programming.lostcause said:Talk about flashbacks. Off topic but you just reminded me of something. does anyone remember a service/channel called On TV from many many years back?
BFG said:Yeah, unfortunetly Even I think the content on HDNet is going down They used to always have something to watch, now good content is getting sporadic
slocoma said:"I also have a vested interested in seeing the adoption of HDTV not happening too quickly. The fact that it has taken all these years to get this far is a beautiful thing. The conventional wisdom among cable networks is that the market of HDTV consumers is still too small for them to cost justify investing in new content, equipment and distribution, which for the biggest network conglomerates will reach hundreds of millions of dollars in conversion costs, incremental equipment and distribution costs. The bigger the perceived cost for them, the slower they move, the less the competition for HDNet and HDNet Movies."
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