http://www.cnw.ca/en/releases/archive/June2007/05/c9079.htmlSPACE Announces Its Fall 2007 Programming Highlights
Please visit www.spacecast.com/media to view SPACE's multimedia press kit, which includes the fall 2007 programming announcement, high-res photos and a video preview.
TORONTO, June 5 /CNW/ - Continuing to be the home of sci-fi and fantasy in Canada, SPACE's new fall line-up has something for everyone, bringing back fan-favourite hits, fresh new shows and sci-fi classics.
"SPACE is a great channel to program," says Ismé Bennie, Director of Programming and Acquisitions for SPACE. "Our loyal viewers have given us rating successes which translate into a stable of returning hits: Battlestar Galactica, The 4400, Eureka and Stargate Atlantis, to name a few. I believe our new additions - Blood Ties and Kyle XY - will quickly become
For a complete list and detailed information about SPACE's fall 2007 programming, high-res photos and a video preview, please visit: www.spacecast.com/media
Unfortunately, that part of SPACE's site seems to require a username & password to view. Does anyone have an alternative source of that content?
All you have to do is watch a good SD master of the original Trek and compare it to a show from the sixties that was videotaped and you should know right away that Trek was indeed filmed in 35mm. Same with the Next Generation.Watching the facelifted original Trek in HD? Oh yeah! (assuming they were filmed as opposed to videotaped)?
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/archive/ENG/Decisions/2007/db2007-172.htmThe Commission approves the application by CHUM Limited, on its own behalf and on behalf of its subsidiaries Learning and Skills Television of Alberta Limited; CHUM Limited and 1640576 Ontario Inc., partners in a general partnership carrying on business as Pulse 24 Partnership; 1708482 Ontario Inc.; 1708483 Ontario Inc. and 4358350 Canada Inc., to amend the broadcasting licences for the English-language specialty programming undertakings known as Fashion Television Channel; Star!; Book Television; CourtTV Canada; CablePulse24; Bravo!; Space: The Imagination Station; Razer; MuchMusic and MuchMoreMusic to allow the services to be available for distribution in high definition (HD) format.
Still on Bell EV.WGN (on Rogers; was on Bell)
Already done with TMN and possibly MC. It has also been widely discussed that many EV channels are converted from 1920x1080i to 1280x720p.I think in some cases Bell may have to resort to going to HD Lite on some channels