Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by khayos, Dec 23, 2007.
Anyone else having this problem?
Same here with Charter
yep, same here, horrible
Yeah, it sucks.
Same with Verizon Fios and WBZ HD OTA transmissions. Must be CBS's problem. They better fix it soon !
It only happen on the HD channel, the regular channel is ok...
My DirecTV HD channel had to reset after the Wes/Donte/Jabar spot. Regular feed was OK. Maybe it is a CBS issue?
Yeah, it has to be a CBS issue. would be nice if they acknowledged it on air, though. I don't like paying for HD, an HD TV, and not being able to watch HD because of a glitch on their end...
Its happenning here. Assumed it was a local problem. I guess I feel better knowing its a cbs issue and not a local comcast issue. Hopefully they fix it.
Happening here too, Comcast. Sucks....
Yea it sucks, and it really annoys me because now I have to watch it regular.
Yeah, I have the same problem. I have an hd antenna and I think I'm located cloe to the tower.
Same problem, and I'm in Canada with a Bell HD feed
It's happening as I watch it on yahoo here, which uses the CBS feed. I thought it was on this end, guess not. Seems better now.
It's NOT Comcast
CBS has been slow to adopt HD and has done a crappy job of it
I'm watching on the std def channel and all is fine
Some bigtime digital glitches over on the HD eqpt
Wierd...I'm watching on Directv HD ST and haven't had a skip
CBS has the worse HD out of all the channels. Maybe the NFLN should, have all the games, considering how badly they are handling this game. If they screw up coverage of any of the record breakers I am gonna be Pissed!
I think it's from CBS signal in Foxboro, cause commercials and half time show are fine!
Happening w/metrocast too. Happens a lot of weeks
Amazing. I am as pissed as you about the broadcast glitches today, however that does not mean that you can just make up things.
CBS has been one of the first adopters of HD and WBZ has been one of the stations who ramped up for digital and OTA HD broadcast in Boston. Until today, CBS's 1080i broadcast has been one of the best among all the football networks.
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