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Saturday, February 04, 2006

I'm getting alot of traffic for people searching for information on the Superbowl in high-definition (HD) in Springfield, MO. So here's the definitive answer: it's not going to happen. You can't get the Superbowl in Springfield, MO. While the folks at KSPR have been friendly and open with the information, it just doesn't look like they're going to make it in time this year to watch the Superbowl in HD glory. See this previous post where I ask the local stations about their plans for HD.

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2 Comments:

Blogger DocLarry said...

Subscribers to Mediacom Digital cable may want to check channel 708, which Mediacom claims is KSPR-HD. The Springfield TV stations are all hardwired (fiber optic) to the Mediacom headend, so KSPR may be feeding an HD signal directly to them. I don't have digital cable, so I cannot confirm the channel is actually on. But Mediacom says it is.

KY3-HD is also supposedly on channel 712.

2:15 AM  
Anonymous grannygeek said...

Yep...both KY3 and KSPR are on Mediacom HD on the channels Doc Larry mentioned. My life is complete. I can now watch commercials in HD. The hot tub ad is especialy glorious...

10:54 AM  

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