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BFG

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New York, NY - 61.5
Los Angeles, CA - 129
Chicago, IL - 129
Philadelphia, PA - 61.5
Boston, MA/Manchester, NH - 61.5
Washington, DC - 61.5
Atlanta, GA - 129
Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN - 129
Denver, CO - 129
Nashville, TN - 129
Salt Lake City, UT - 129
Albuquerque-Santa Fe, NM - 129
Kansas City, MO - 129
 

Cyclone

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I've gotta ask.

Are these LIL HD channels really MPEG4, or are they like ESPN2HD and Universal where they are MPEG2 with MPEG4 headers?
 

BFG

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all of them except ny/la are actually MPEG4

But why is it important anymore?
 

mike123abc

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BFG said:
all of them except ny/la are actually MPEG4

But why is it important anymore?

The only reason I can see NY/LA being MPEG-2 is to give equal bandwidth to the other channels that CBS enjoys. Since CBS is a distant HD to many DMAs they probably do not want to change it to MPEG-4 right now.
 

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