Again, I have Comcast and have know idea were to find it.
Probably channel 21 if you live on the wasatch front. I don't have comcast and
it took me about 13 seconds to find out.Honestly, BYUtv hasn't had a
ton of engaging programs, but this fall many new shows and BYU sports will make
it a new, entertaining channel to watch.
@ hedgehog,If you could spell "know" correctly (should
have been "no"), maybe you'd be educated enough to find it.My son has Comcast and has no trouble finding it, and it's even in HD
there.Now for DirecTV and Dish Network to pick up the HD
versions---they already have the low-def versions of BYUtv.
It is on channel 646, which is conveniently next door to BYUTV in HD on channel
647. KBYU TV and BYU TV also remain on channels 11 and 21 respectively as SD
services to Comcast viewers.I hope I have enough lowercase letters
to allow this to be posted.
Hedgie...it's tough living on the edge of the Great Black Swamp isn't it???
Lucky to have any tv period.
Middleright,It doesn' exist on Comcast in Michigan....sorry
646 - Tele Argintina (LOL) 647 - UTL - not sure... spanish something
648 - CB Noticias
@HedgieSomething tells us you will not only find what channel BYU-TV
is on, but you'll be watching as well, every minute of every BYU game.Hoping for a BYU stumble, so you can be the first to post, yet again, and
predict the demise of all things BYU, even one more time.You're not
fooling anyone, oh obsessed one.
People in China know where to watch BYU sports, and hedgehog still has no
clue.Maybe we should take it easier on the hedgehog.
Hedgehog:Don't have it? That's okay. 10 of the games are on ESPN. So
you can be in the "no" as far as how BYU's doing.If you
want to "no" how Jack Murphy, Kurt Whittingham, Jason Wynn and the
Piutes are doing, well hopefully you have a way to listen to ESPN 700 in
hedgehagIf BYU football means so much to you then I have good news.
Obviously you have a computer until your mommy takes it away from
you. You can watch the games on streaming video on the internet at the byutv
website... anytime you would like.You may also tune your computer to
listen to your favorite other team on ESPN 700... at game time only.
The new facilities will allow BYU-TV to produce more programs. It is a bit much
to attack them for their program line up before they even have a chance. That
said, some of us really do like watching panel discussions on the scriptures.
@ hedgehog,Then don't live in Michigan.If you like BYU
Great to see all those apostles and other leaders there. See, even they are
excited for what exciting football will soon be coming out of that building and
onto their TV/Internet screens. Great things are to come from this event!
Hedge: Just call your Comcast provider and they will send you a TV program
brochure, you still have plenty of time. The scripture panel discussions are
great, try them, you might be enlightened.
This is a really great facility. Ask for a tour the next time you are in Provo.
I did. It is amazing for anyone to have a facility like this, but to have it
be at a university, pure power. Very high tech. Very state of the art. Very
nice.We get BYUTV SD here in Washington on Time Warner cable at channel
123. I hope HD will soon follow.
Unfortunately BYUTV is not on Comcast in some parts of the country. However,
there are other options available for out of state viewers (Dish, Directv as
well as streaming video on the internet). Right now Dish and Direct are only SD
but hopefully they will soon start carrying the HD signal. The streaming feed
on the internet is in HD as is Utah Comcast and the "Over the Air"
Channel 44 (11) signals.
Rustynail,Thanks for clearing up the common misconception that if
you have cable then you have bYutv. The reality if far, far different than the
hedge,Reality-BYU-ESPNUtah-KJZZBy the way,
do you get KJZZ in Michigan. That's right, you don't really care about Utah;
it's BYU that you want to watch;)
This new facility is one more sign that the Church knows what its mission is and
is committed to moving forward in such a way as to accomplish it. Anyone who
ever thought BYU's move to independence in football was a financial issue wasn't
really thinking about how important exposure is to advancing the message of the
gospel. Football only opens doors, but then only as the Church has access to
those doors via its new broadcast facility.Way to go BYU!
"Again, I have Comcast and have know idea were to find it."Rest a sure, you have access to the mountain channel (they'll appreciate your
support), since the utes are nowhere to be found on TV with the exception of
watch BYU crush utah on ESPN.
What is the purpose to dedicating a TV building?
@ mgr63,I thought you were an expert on all things Mormon?The Church always dedicates ANY building it owns. Churches kind of do that.
@Whatsinitforme,I was being facetious my friend.......but it is odd.
@ mgr63,I understood the facetiousness of your comment, but also
understood that you didn't understand what was going on. "...but it is
odd." confirms that.Anyway, posting without showing your hatred
of BYU makes for interesting reading. Othwerwise, I just skip it.Cheers!
Oh my.....you LDS men take yourselves too seriously a lot of the time. Have a
laugh once in a while like normal folks do! Cheers!
@Whats,Have a laugh once in a while my friend. You don't need to
martyr yourself every time a comment you don't agree with is made......man-up.
You'll be fine. Cheers!
I'm just hoping that they they can soon figure out how to broadcast their HDTV
signal in such a way that it's SDTV-friendly, so that their older programming
isn't "windowboxed" (black border on all four sides) on older TVs. (At
least, that's how it is on standard-def cable.) The other stations seem to have
this figured out.
So BYUTV is channel 646? I didn't even know the channels went that high.At least I can still get real, nationally-relevant college football on
real, nationally-relevant networks like CBS, ABC, and NBC.
@Brave Sir RobinDon't forget ESPN, which has BYU on 11 times this
year.Relevant enough for you?