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  1. Industry News
    Four high definition channels from High Fidelity HDTV are now available on optik TV, Telus' Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) service in B.C. and Alberta. The new channels, which can be found on channel on 643 through 646, are Oasis HD, Treasure HD, RadX and Treasure HD. Oasis HD is a...
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    In financial results released last week, Telus announced that as of June 30th, the company had over 228,000 television subscribers in Western Canada. That number is up over 98% from the same time in 2009. Telus offers two types of television service in Western Canada. The first is a rebranded...
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    Telus Corporation last week reported its financial results and subscriber counts for the second quarter of 2010. The company reported operating revenues of $2.398 billion for the quarter, down 0.9% from the same quarter a year earlier, however, net income jumped 21.3% in the quarter to $296...
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    Telus this week unveiled a great new feature for its Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) service which allows Telus TV - recently rebranded as Optik TV - subscribers to use an XBOX 360 as a secondary digital set top box. The company says it’s the first broadcast distributor in North America to...
  5. Industry News
    Starting tomorrow, Telus will begin offering Optik TV customers the ability to schedule recordings and manage their PVRs library of shows from their iPhone or a web browser. In addition, to managing recording, the iPhone app and web interface allows Telus TV to view and search the interactive...
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    Telus announced today that it will broadcast the final two games of the 2010 World Cup Soccer Championship in 3D. The broadcasts will be pickups from ESPN's new 3D Channel in the U.S. In order to watch the 3D broadcasts, Telus TV subscribers will also need a 3DTV and special 3D glasses. If you...
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    Telus today announced that its Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) service in B.C. and Alberta, previously known as Telus TV, will now be known as Optik TV. The company's IPTV offerings are similar to digital cable or satellite television except that tv signals are distributed to viewers using...
  8. Telus IPTV (also known as Optik TV)
    Not sure if this is the appropriate forum to put it in but I have a question with the 3-in-1 (modem, switch, router) D-Link box Telus is supplying with TTV service. From what I see, it appears that the ethernet-connected computers first go through a Switch (on the Vista network map) before that...
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