Re: How do you hide all of the new "Apps"?
03-28-2012 12:00:20 PM
I also receive Antenna TV here in Dallas. As with TVLand HD, the old programs are not broadcast in HD. Your TV may be set to where the SD picture is stretched to fill the screen, thus you think it is broadcast in HD when it is actually broadcast in SD. My TV is not set to stretch the SD picture on that channel, and I see the same black bars on both sides of the picture that I see when I watch a program broadcast in SD on TVLand HD.
Also, the comment below is from the Wikipedia article found in the link below:
Antenna TV is an American digital broadcast television network, primarily featuring classic television series from the 1950s to the 1990s, along with some feature films. Most programming comes from the Sony Pictures Entertainment library. In the Fall of 2011, Antenna TV added a few shows from the Universal Studios library after those shows fell off RTV's schedule. It is owned by Tribune Broadcasting, a division of the Chicago-based Tribune Company. The network appears in several markets via digital subchannels of over-the-air broadcast television stations, and is available on select cable systems. The network broadcasts 24 hours a day in 480i standard definition.
I will repeat my comment from my earlier post. The old programs broadcast on TVLand were not shot in HD, thus they cannot be broadcast in HD on TVLand HD.