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We were just wondering what sports weren't already in high definition and now we have an answer, since ESPN has announced it has added major women's pro bowling events to its HD schedule. The US Bowling Congress Queens and U.S. Women's Open will air in April and July on ESPN2 HD for the first ti...

February 7th 2011 at 2:58pm 0 Comments
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NFL Indianapolis Colts at Jacksonville Jaguars NFL Network Thurs 8:20 PM Dallas Cowboys at New Orleans Saints NFL Network Sat 8:20 PM Green Bay Packers at Pittsburgh Steelers FOX Sun 4:15 NCAA Basketball Michigan at Kansas ESPN Sat Noon Gonzaga vs. Duke CBS Sat 4:00 PM NBA Orlando Magic at Mia...

December 17th 2009 at 6:07pm 0 Comments
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Oh how we love it when there's a big College Football game on a Thursday night, it really is the best way to kick off the weekend -- albeit a day early. This Thursday's game in Tampa is versus two top ranked teams in the country who are both undefeated and in the same conference. But that still mig...

October 15th 2009 at 1:57pm 0 Comments
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Any real geek will tell you that the best sport in HD is football and with the kickoff of the '09 season we've partnered with our friends at HDSportsGuide.com to bring you what we think is the best HD sports that will be on this week. In addition to the big games of the week, we'll be covering what...

September 3rd 2009 at 5:17pm 0 Comments
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Warrior football fans will need to watch their next QB to put up incredible college numbers and proceed to a career as practice squad NFL QB in standard def for the next season or two. Local station KFVE/KHNL just doesn't see it being feasible to put its PPV University of Hawaii games in HD yet (alt...

July 5th 2008 at 2:22am 0 Comments
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Well, wouldn't you know it? After assuming that Raycom would follow in the footsteps of the ESPN networks and FSN, along comes a tipster to show that said network already has upped its commitment to HD. This season, Raycom has promised to deliver every single one of its SEC football matchups in high...

June 16th 2008 at 4:05pm 0 Comments
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Not that we're trying to rush the summer away or anything, but August can't get here soon enough. Shortly after hearing that CBS would be producing every single NFL game in high-definition, in flies word that all live 2008 NCAA College Football games shown on ABC, ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN U will also b...

June 10th 2008 at 5:51pm 0 Comments
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Needless to say, March Madness got us thinking -- is this really the pinnacle for sporting fans, HD sporting fans in particular. Honestly, the Super Bowl is terrific, but does the Super Bowl itself (read: not the overblown run-up) stretch over multiple days and give your HDTV the workout of its lif...

March 21st 2008 at 11:40am 0 Comments
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Considering that every single New York Mets and Toronto Blue Jays matchup will be seen in HD in their respective markets, it's understandable for Reds fans to long for more than Time Warner Cable delivered last season. During 2007, TWC failed to carry the initial 33 Cincinnati Reds games on FSN Ohi...

March 12th 2008 at 7:17am 0 Comments
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While we heard that all 144 Blue Jays games would be aired in glorious high-definition on one channel or another, SNY has just announced that it "will produce every New York Mets regular season game -- in 2008 and beyond -- in high-definition." Previously, SNY had delivered just the home games in H...

March 7th 2008 at 3:48pm 0 Comments
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We know you're probably too wrapped up in the looming March Madness to actually stop and realize what month it is, but sure enough, March is the month in which ESPNews HD is slated to land. Just as 2007 was drawing to a close, we got word that designers had finalized the new channel's graphics pack...

March 7th 2008 at 11:18am 0 Comments
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There's no arguing that HD sports is one of the best things to watch in HD, some think it is even better than going to the game. The problem of course is that until every sporting event is televised in HD, unless your favorite team is playing, why waste your precious time watching SD programming? W...

February 22nd 2008 at 10:25am 0 Comments