Wednesday, February 17, 2010

What's on TV?

Let me see.

CTV is showing the Olympics.
So is TSN.
I get CTV in high definition,
But not TSN.

I get all the Rogers SportsNet channels in high-def.
They're all showing the Olympics.
I get RDS, the French version of TSN
I do get the French version of TSN in high definition.

APTN is showing the Olympics in English, French, Oji-Cree at different times of the day.
I do get APTN in high-definition.
OMNI1 and 2 from Toronto show the Olympics in English, Italian, Portuguese, Cantonese, and I think Mandarin.
I get these in high definition.

I get some V channel from Quebec showing me the Olympics in French,
In high definition.
I get CPAC English and CPAC French showing me the Olympics in French.
They also broadcast the V channel in French,
But not in high definition.

OLN has Olympic stuff,
But not CityTV in Toronto and Vancouver.
CityTV is airing UEFA soccer that would normally be aired on Rogers SportsNet.
I am getting the soccer game in high definition.

NBC usually has delayed coverage of highlights of the Olympics.
The coverage is in high-def.
Fox Buffalo has Olympic caliber coverage on the Jerry Springer Show.
It's on a high definition channel,
But not in high-def.

There's so many choices.
I've made up my mind.
I choose the Olympic events of different men and women all fighting for first.
Or is that men and men?

It's Springer for me.


Skinny Dipper said...

I will add that the A-Channels are showing programs that normally appear on CTV. It's Oprah-h-h!

Brian Busby said...

And for at least forty minutes yesterday, Bell Expressvu was showing CTV Olympic coverage on the channel reserved for CBC News Network. No joke. This meant folks like me missed - of all things - Power and Politics.

Skinny Dipper said...

Just to confirm, Rogers had the same CTV Olympic coverage on CBC News Network. The HD version of CBC News Network did have Power and Politics. I don't think it was a goof-up at Bell Expressvu or Rogers. I think someone at the CBC might have made a wrong switch and decided to watch the hockey game.