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04-23-2007, 12:30 PM
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Originally Posted by PJ_26 View Post
Not to bust your bubble, but do you not understand how much money goes into producing HD? An HD truck I heard costs about $10 million and imagine how much the other equipment costs to produce HD. That's way too much for most RSN's to produce road games in HD. The majority of RSN's across North America most likely don't produce road games in HD. I know how it is to go from HD to SD. I have an HD set and going from HD to SD is worse than brutal. Though hopefully the RSN's will have enough money or will feel like paying to produce HD on the road one day...
#1. It would be nice if MSG gave us this reasoning. (or any reasoning for that matter)
#2. Buffalo is covered by MSG also. No red tape. Just gas for a truck and set it up.
#3. Why offer HD if you arent going to supply it?
#4. Why have a channel called MSG-HD if more than half of the programs shown on it are in SD?
#5. It costs the customer alot money to buy these TVs and get the extra HD cable packages, i think they are doing just fine with $$$ part of it.
#6. The NHL should step in and make a better product.
#7. This is New York City, not Billings Montana.

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