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CDTV is a not-for-profit Canadian TV industry organization, dedicated to providing expert information to you as we make the transition to HDTV in Canada. Our members include Broadcasters, Set Manufacturers, Content Producers, and Satellite and Cable Companies working in unison to provide you with information to help you in the transition to the world of High Definition Television.

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High Definition Television or HDTV changes everything. HDTV is wide-screen, like a movie screen, with picture quality that is five times better than regular TV.
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To get HDTV you will need an HD-Ready television to receive HD programming via a satellite or cable company, using one of their special HD set-top-boxes, or an HD set with a built-in tuner and antennae to receive HD over-the-air broadcasts (where available).
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HDTV channels are widely available on satellite and cable and a growing number over-the-air. On satellite, Bell ExpressVu offers 42 channels currently and on cable Rogers Cable offers 33 channels. Other satellite and cable companies also offer HDTV channels. Most include specialty services such as Discovery Channel Canada, TSN, TMN, Movie Central and SportsNet in HD. Many popular series and special event programs are now available in HD.
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CDTV has prepared this pamphlet for Canadian consumers to answer the most frequently asked questions about HDTV.

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