Is your UPN channel in HD?

Acerone

Acerone

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Is your UPN channel in digital? Mine isn't and that's the reason for no UPN on my channel guide so I was told by the CSR at Voom :(
 
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Sean Mota

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Unfortunately no!! Fox owns our UPN affiliate and carry them as a sub-channel. The quality of the channel is so bad that analog is better. Is a real pity that Fox has decided to do this to our UPN. I cannot see my favorite sci-fi Star Trek in HD.:(
 
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rudolpht

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Yes, in Boston, and great engineer, same as CBS affiliate.
 
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rcbridge

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Here in Philadelphia it is but the only things showing are Star Trek and Jake 2.0
 
Acerone

Acerone

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Found out UPN in my area is digital so why can't I get that channel.
 
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James

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Well digital and HD are two different things. My UPN is digital, but not HD.
 
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johnpete

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Tucson here....... Digital but no HD.
 
ScottChez

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My UPN is owned by the Cable company and they do not broadcast over the Air

so you have to have Cox cable in Omaha or the Dishnetwork Superstation pack.

Direct TV has not UPN options for smaller cities.
 
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rudolpht

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is there anything other than Enterprise or Jake 2.0 shown in HD on UPN?
 
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Dan Berndt

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OTA UPN plays a lot of HDNET so even with VOOM I get a little HDNET. Enterprise comes in HD on UPN. That's the only true UPN show I can think of that I really care about.
 

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