987654...., this is typical BEV, they brag about reaching 100 HD channnels, when about half of them show the same programming.
I guess AMC is better than NO AMC but I hope their original series will at least be in HD!?
With all these anouncements from BEV, I thought one of them should have been as follows: [ " MONTREAL, Nov. 2 2009 -- In an address to The Canadian Club today in Montréal, Bell and BCE President and CEO George Cope announced that Bell has reaffirmed its TV leadership in Québec and across Canada by becoming the first television provider in the country to offer 100 High Definition channels with all channels being transmitted at a full 19Mhz bandwith and all in their native 1080i or 720p resolution from the original source without any signal manipulation"].
Wishfull thinking I suppose.....but that would have been something BEV should have been proud to have said.
Showing one of my favourite movies "To Hell and Back" for the umpteenth time on television. Guess this is war day in honour of Rememberance/Veterans Day. A better older one "Sgt York" was on Moviepix HD. Sorry but really cannot see the need for another American HD channel when several Canadian ones are available.
Sorry but really cannot see the need for another American HD channel when several Canadian ones are available.
To each its own but my guess is that you have not been able to compare the quality (in terms of movies shown) between Canadian movie channels and American.
All Canadian movie channels without exception are terrible IMO, I've subscribed to them for the last 7 years and just as I made my mind to cancel them Bell is adding AMC to the same package, I will try AMC for a little while but I doubt that channel alone and the very few good movies shown on MC and HBO Canada will justify the $ they ask for the premium package.
And if the HD version of AMC is streched, I'm cancelling that package within two weeks.
Can't wait to move back closer to the border and pickup some Dish Network or DirectTV.