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Thursday, 17 July 2008 ,  Written by
Scrubs Gets HD Upgrade
After seven seasons of laughs, ABC's "Scrubs" is finally getting the boost to HD.  It is very surprising that this move did not occur two seasons ago, however, better late than never.  The new season will begin in midseason, and speculation has Scrubs' eighth season being the last.
Wednesday, 16 July 2008 ,  Written by
Mark Cuban Describes How to Save Internet Video
With all the video downloading services out on the Internet today it is easy for consumers to get confused on exactly what quality video they are watching.  Video codecs, vide bitrates, streaming, buffering, etc, etc, gives too many people headaches.  Mark Cuban lends his wisdom as to what is really going on with Internet video and its impact on what is real HD video.
Monday, 14 July 2008 ,  Written by
Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus 3D Concert Coming to TV in HD
Deny it all you want, but Hannah Montana is a huge phenomenon in today's pop culture.  In a rare occurence, the Miley Cyrus concert, Best of Both Worlds, will be hitting broadcast television before the release of the DVD or Blu-ray.  The concert will air on the Disney channel (no word on whether it will air on th Disney HD channel) on July 26th, nearly a full three weeks before it's DVD release.  Starz has also announced that it will air the concert in both standard def and HD and hour later.
Friday, 20 June 2008 ,  Written by
Versus and Golf HD Channels Get Separate Channels
Good news for sports fans everywhere.  After sharing the same channel for some time now, Versus and Golf HD will each get there own channel.  E! is also set to launch a standalone HD network.
Thursday, 19 June 2008 ,  Written by
Comcast Vows 20 Percent All Digital By Year's End
Comcast is preparing to dump a bunch of analog channels in 20 percent of its market by the end of the year, with the rest being dumped by 2010.  FCC regulations require cable and satellite providers to make digital-analog converters readily available to their analog customers.  However, this is a small cost for the corporations as the customers they will gain do to the ability to add new HD channels will far exceed the converter cost.
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