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Thursday, 14 February 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Few argue that the killer app for HDTV is sports, and these winter Olympics mark the most significant offering of sports content since Monday Night Football in HD was abandoned last year. Enthusiasts have been praising HDNET and NBC’s coverage of the events despite occasional technical flaws like MPEG artifacts and some local audio dropouts like the ones heard on the Los Angeles NBC HDTV affiliate. Local AV retailers have reported a noticeable increase in sales of HDTV sets before the Olympics which clearly helps build the base of HDTV capable households ready to watch content at any given time.
Tuesday, 05 February 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
The schedule below lists events from the 2002 Salt Lake Olympic Winter Games that will be broadcast in high-definition television (HDTV) on NBC’s DTV affiliates and HDNet (channel 199 on DIRECTV). All programming is delayed one day, and all times are Eastern.
Wednesday, 30 January 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
FOX Sports will televise the Super Bowl, expected to be the most-watched television program of the year, in a new 16x9 digital widescreen panorama called FOX WIDESCREEN, a format that takes full advantage of the horizontal playing field to give fans a new perspective of the game. FOX WIDESCREEN utilizes the flexibility of the nation's advanced digital TV broadcast system by offering a 480-line, progressively scanned picture in a dramatic widescreen format. Viewers of the Super Bowl will see a sharp digitally originated picture on standard TV screens.
Thursday, 24 January 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
HDNet and NBC will broadcast live high definition (HDTV) coverage of NBA on NBC when the Dallas Mavericks host the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday, Feb. 3rd at 2:30 p.m. ET at the American Airlines Center. HDTV viewers can watch the game broadcast on NBC's digital television affiliates and on HDNet's channel 199 on DIRECTV. HDNet was founded by Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, HDNet (www.hd.net) is the world's only all high definition national television network.The widescreen format and superior clarity of HDTV will give NBA fans a viewing experience that is close to being there in person. With a view of the full court, fans can follow every move of their favorite players and watch the developing plays at the same time.
Monday, 14 January 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
In a significant development for the future of battlefield coverage for television, Broadcast News Networks (BNN) and HDNet have announced the broadcast of the first ever High Definition television reports from a war zone. World-renowned war reporter Peter Arnett, who BNN had previously announced would be heading to the region to report for the company’s worldwide client base, will also lead BNN’s groundbreaking HDTV coverage from Afghanistan, Pakistan and other key regional news centers with reports that will be broadcast on the HDNet channel on DIRECTV.
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