Nialli's unofficial blog on Virgin Media's high definition, TiVo and UK Netflix cable TV services
Danielle Nagler's (head of BBC HD) statement from last month "BBC One HD is different because it is a channel that shows HD and upscaled programming. Some programmes will get shown, but they would not be classed as HD programmes. Others will have lower HD content, and there may be programmes that think they are HD, but they aren't.So the BBC still haven't got a channel (2 at the latest count) showing true HD throughout it's schedule. The Apprentice today was NOT in true HD as advertised by the BBC.
I was just wondering, given that non-HD programmes on this new channel are being upscaled by the BBC, whether we will notice any difference as the V+ box does this anyway?
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