03-22-2008 02:31:19 PM
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04-13-2008 07:20:04 AM
ralph7up wrote:What is a Peg channel?
Public access channels are available for use by the general public. They are usually administered either by the cable operator or by a third party designated by the franchising authority.
Educationalaccess channels are used by educational institutions for educational programming. Time on these channels is typically allocated by either the franchising authority or the cable operator among local schools, colleges and universities.
Governmentalaccess channels are used for programming by organs of local government. In most jurisdictions, the franchising authority directly controls these channels.
04-13-2008 01:44:06 PM
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04-15-2008 08:59:53 AM
04-16-2008 08:26:49 AM
didn't really look for that channel when setting up my favorites,but your right, Directv offers it, & you can go to the web site & see it on computer,but NASAtv would be nice on U-verse
05-20-2008 01:33:16 PM
I'd like to also vote for the NASA channel. It is not only very informative but carries news that you never see on standard commercial TV. I gave up the Dish Network for U-verse and they had 24/7 coverage from NASA. In addition it has many hours of live action during launches as well as live coverage of activities on board the ISS.
05-22-2008 09:39:39 AM
05-22-2008 09:44:49 AM
05-24-2008 07:27:01 PM
05-24-2008 07:49:52 PM
Next time I'm out near Clear Lake, I'll stop in and have a talk with them (NASA).
05-24-2008 07:50:43 PM
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05-24-2008 10:01:23 PM
I think it was Kennedy by then...and now that you mention it, I remember your telling me about that. Do they let you go behind the scenes in FL?
i can't remember, 30 days of submarine stuff. out to sea every other day. did see the space shuttle fly over on the back of the 747. that was cool...
05-25-2008 08:23:43 PM
To all NASA TV lovers:
Tonight, I watched live coverage of the Phoenix Lander safely landing on Mars. I saw the first images of its solar panels deployed and some imagery of the surface. It was exciting. Unfortunately, seen not on AT&T U-Verse, but on my laptop. More images are due Monday morning.
The Space Shuttle will be departing May 31st for the ISS. This mission will add another segment to the station and will be exciting also.
If you miss watching these on your TV set as many of us did when we were subscribing to other providers, please send yet another note thru this forum to let U-Verse execs know how badly we want (and miss) NASA TV in our TV viewing.