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Tuesday, 02 November 2004 ,  Written by AVRev.com
EchoStar Communications announced that its DISH Network satellite TV service is teaming with six networks to create unique coverage of the U.S. elections. Viewers will be able to watch national and state election coverage simultaneously from the six networks on a single TV screen. They also can select an individual network and view its coverage in full-screen format.
Monday, 27 September 2004 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Dawn Ostroff, President of Entertainment at UPN, accounced that UPN will present its largest slate of HDTV programming to date during the 2004-2005 season. Half of the network’s primetime line-up – seven series – will be broadcast in high definition television, beginning with the premieres of all three of UPN’s drama series “Veronica Mars,” “Kevin Hill” and “Star Trek: Enterprise.” The HD programming will extend to UPN’s Monday night comedies “One on One,” “Half & Half,” “Girlfriends” and “Second Time Around” by November. This totals the Network’s weekly HDTV offerings to five hours. Last season, UPN presented two hours of series programming in HDTV, including “Star Trek Enterprise,” as well as select Friday night movies.
Thursday, 09 September 2004 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Top satellite TV provider DirecTV announced on Sept. 9 that they will launch four new satellites - two in 2005 and two more in 2007 - to provide more HDTV channels for their subscribers. This comes as sales of DTV sets (capable of HD but not necessarily hooked up to HDTV) have boomed to 850,000 per month, according to the Consumer Electronics Association.
Thursday, 29 July 2004 ,  Written by Diane Sherwin
Now that the cast of Friends is no longer around to hold out for higher salaries, one of America’s favorite cartoon families is holding out – The Simpsons. According to USA Today, the six lead voice actors for The Simpsons, who have been working on the show’s 16th season, have stopped production by refusing to record the dialog for upcoming episodes. Six episodes have been completed thus far, but the voice actors have not shown up for the past month to complete work on the rest of the season. Normally when dialog tracks are completed, they are sent overseas, and scenes are animated to the tracks. This process takes over nine months, so the repercussions of what is happening now won’t be seen (or not seen) until January 2005.
Friday, 21 May 2004 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Some people just have too much time on their hands. HBO’s The Sopranos has become a cultural phenomenon that has captured the attention of an impressive percentage of Americans with a satellite or cable receiver. But it’s the people like “Raider Dave” from news groups like Alt.TV.Sopranos who have taken things to an entirely new level.
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