Most dish & digital cable companies have a few PPV's in HDTV, but that's ppv movies not events.
Live events need to be broadcast using HD cameras to offer a true HD signal. No sports that I know of are offered in true HDTV signal. The HDTV channels you see now are great but not truely HD unless the program itself was taped or shown live using HD equipment.
(edited by LanceJr on 22.1.04 0627) I am Lance Jr hear me, I mean see me post
(edited by ShotGunShep on 21.1.04 1652) "Huard, gonna go back to throw the ball. Sets up, looks, throws towards the corner of the endzone...it is INTERCEPTED INTERCEPTED, THE DUCKS HAVE THE BALL! Down to the 35, the 40. Kenny Wheaton's gonna score! Kenny Wheaton is gonna score! 20, the 10, Touchdown! Kenny Wheaton on the interception, the most incredible finish to the football game!" Jerry Allen... 'Nuff Said
McMahon needs to have HDTV cameras & other equipment set up for the Rumble. So far, there hasn't been any news that I know of that McMahon has acquired them.
Besides, if this were telecast in HD, there would have been a big announcement by now. Broadcasting in high definition is a really big deal now since so few channels air HD content and HD is currently more of a frontier in the television programming landscape.
Wouldn't a more appropriate WWE in HD debut occur at WrestleMania, the "Super Bowl" of wrestling?
Didn't take as along as I thought for Vince to forgive Steve for screwing the end of the JR angle with Taboo Tuesday. Let's also thank Rajah for posting the info that Greenville, S.C. finally gets a PPV. It hosts Vengeance in June.