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Topic # 30768 20-Feb-2009 14:59
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Forgive me if i am wrong but I can't find any listings that show what shows are in native HD.  On the tv 3 schedule it has the HD symbol for true HD shows but I can't find one for any other channels.  It would be helpful if the epg held this type of information also.

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  Reply # 196942 20-Feb-2009 15:36
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Not all that accurate, misses that Desperate Housewives is in HD.  And Doesn't mention any of the movies.

Also highlights that TVNZ is crap for HD content with tv3 have 80 of the HD programs.




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  Reply # 196943 20-Feb-2009 15:45
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Thanks, and yes it does highlight that there is very very little true HD content.

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  Reply # 196948 20-Feb-2009 16:00
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Yeah there's not much there overall, but just think of it as a bonus if what you are watching is in HD or 5.1 sound.  At least we now have a braodcast system that can offer it, which is all good really.

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