New Network Broadcast Channels

More TV viewing options for cord cutters…Two new channel

networks are scheduled to start this month, Escape & Grit.<!–[if gte mso 10]>

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When will the guide contain Grit and Escape programming? Currently for my New York City area includes the channels in the channel listing, but no program information. TitanTV does have the listings so they do exist in some database.

@streambird @JerseyJayhawk If you notice that you’re missing guide data, send me a ticket with the missing channel ID and call sign (e.g 2-1 CBS) along with your MAC address. I can get in touch with our guide data provider to speed this up.

Both just popped up for me in my area.  And what perfect timing as Comcast just last night suddenly decided to encrypt the free local channels they were piping in along with my cable modem signal.  But megh, who needs them!  I switched my wires around to pipe my OTA antenna off to the TV sets instead of the cable signal, and what do ya know?  I get more stations and a better picture OTA then the junk they were shoving through.  And oddly enough an extra 10 megabits worth of bandwidth on my cable modem - go figure…  :smiley:

So yay for a super ultimate setup!  OTA on the TV’s local tuners + DVR functionality via Roku with Tablo.  :smiley: