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Not to be outdone by the ACC's deal with Raycom and ESPN, CBS has announced that it's teaming up with cable co's to bring viewers HD VOD (video on demand) segments from the NCAA Division 1 Men's Basketball Tournament (aka March Madness). Right out of the blocks from round 1, the CBS College Sports N

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February 28, 2008 at 9:18AM
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What we're watching: The NCAA Tournament marches on, but we're most interested to Six Degrees see back on ABC.Our traditional high definition listings continue below.

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What we're watching: March Madness is here, the Sweet Sixteen is on CBS tonight and your favorite team should always be in HD. An Inconvenient Truth is also on Showtime tonight, but we can always wait until the day after tomorrow to learn about global warming.Our traditional high definition listings

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Despite many commenters complaining about extended SD-only periods of NCAA Tournament action, we've gotten a lot of HD action on our CBS feed. As it turns out, the home team (University of Michigan) being NIT-bound might have guaranteed us more HDTV action than say, North Carolina residents. A CBS s

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What we're watching: Lost continues to grow increasingly convoluted, and yet we can't stop watching. It would have been great to read that map last week in high definition, if it had been written in English of course. Even though March Madness is over, things are just heating up in the NBA, with the

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What we're watching: After watching Joakim Noah & Co. dismantle UCLA last night, March Madness truly comes to a close with the women's title game between Duke and Maryland on ESPN-HD. For baseball fans, the season is finally here as the Twins and Blue Jays at 7 so you can finally stop talking ab

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What we're watching: Final Four time, and still George Mason's run continues. Can they get to the final game? We'll find out tonight at 6 on CBS. If you can possibly tear yourself away from some of the best hoops action in history, Jeremy Piven's Journey of a Lifetime seems very interesting as the E

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What we're watching: Bracketology continues to evolve before our eyes, after the stunning falls of Gonzaga and Duke last night, George Mason looks to continue their improbable run against Wichita State, while Florida matches up with Georgetown. Villanova and Uconn also look to crush Cinderella's dre

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