Re: [torchwood] Re: Torchwood in America
- View SourceAt 08:33 PM 8/29/2007, Robert DiClemente mentioned:
>I thought it was starting on September 8th? Did I miss a memo?no - it premieres on Sept 8th -
THIS Saturday and Sunday (Sept 1st & 2nd) they are showing a Doctor
Who marathon WITH Torchwood tidbits and teasers during the marathon
there is Torchwood stuff available on BBC America OnDemand ('Who is
Captain Jack?', 'Welcome to Torchwood' and a Torchwood preview (which
is the first 35 min of the the first episode 'Everything Changes') as of now
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>From: Stacci <<mailto:kindred1964%40yahoo.com>kindred1964@...>
>Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2007 1:12:41 PM
>Subject: [torchwood] Re: Torchwood in America
>Torchwood will start this Saturday on "BBC America." BBC America is a
>cable/satellite station that let's us see select Brit shows. I watch
>it all the time. I love Brit TV. The crime drama stuff is a bit too
>much for me. I don't even watch it over here. My dad was a homicide
>detective, my brother was a narc., and my uncle was a Sgt... heck,
>even my mom worked in the records dept. at PD. I've had enough
>cop/crime stuff for one lifetime. :-p I stick to comedies, Sci Fi,
>and cartoons. :-D
>--- In torchwood@yahoogrou ps.com, Megan M <meg_april@. ..> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I was wondering how American fans would be accessing Torchwood. I
>for one am waiting for the HDNet airing, since there's no commercials
>and the picture and sound will be better quality.
> > Thanks,
> > Meg
- View SourceGood point about the quality. Though how much will it differ from digital cable quality? Tech question, yes, but still you have a valid point.
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From: Lynn <lynnloschin@...>
Sent: Thursday, August 30, 2007 3:10:16 PM
Subject: Re: [torchwood] Re: Torchwood in America
--- In torchwood@yahoogrou ps.com, Robert DiClemente <rmd515@...> wrote:
> If you're going to do that, you should just wait and purchase the
>DVD collection for the picture quality. Watch it on BBCAmerica and
>then wait for the DVD collection to come out if you want to purchase
Uh... why do that? HDNet's picture, sound, and viewing experience (uncut for time or anything else) will be of a far higher quality than BBCA. Considering it's only going to be a week or so behind BBCA, I'd definitely wait and enjoy the uncut, higher-quality version on HDNet.
Purchasing the DVD's is s separate decision (standard def DVD's still don't look as good as HD), but if you have an HDTV, both channels, and have waited this long, I'd definitely wait for HDNet.
Pinpoint customers who are looking for what you sell.
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- View SourceFrom: Robert DiClemente <rmd515@...>
> Good point about the quality. Though how much will it differ from digital cable quality? Tech question, > yes, but still you have a valid point.It's an enormous difference if you have an HDTV. I'm not quite sure what to compare it to, but it's more noticeable than the difference in quality between DVD and VHS.
Also, the show will be uncut.