Guess Which TV Service Provider is Planning a Single DVR That Can Hook Up to Eight TVs, and Showing the MLB All-Star Game in 3D This Year

Feb 19, 2010  •  Post A Comment

How’s this sound: the launch of whole-home DVR service that would hook up as many as eight TVs to a single DVR, and the ability to see this year’s Major League Baseball All-Star game in 3-D.

That’s just some of the plans outlined by the new CEO of DirecTV, Michael White, during a conference call with the media to lay out his plans for the company in the year ahead, reports Multichannel News.

At the top of White’s agenda will be to meet the goal that DirecTV be the "absolute best" TV experience for customers.

In addion to expanding the company’s DVR and 3-d capabilities, he spoke about  more mobile tools via DirecTV Cinema; and a vast expansion on the pay-per-view front.

Mr. White told the media, "We intend to continue to create innovative products and services that lead our industry and create loyal customers for life."

Allison J. Waldman


  1. I just want a Hi-Def DVR that will function like my old VCR.
    I buy it. I hook it up. I program it to record shows I want to see from over the air broadcasts. I watch them. I delete them.
    Reasonably priced.
    No online program guide needed.
    No endless subscription fees just to keep recording.

  2. John…
    You made me sign up, just so I can leave a comment. YES! Why don’t they sell a stand alone DVR that works just like a VCR. I don’t want TeeVo and I don’t want to pay a cable provide for a box I should be able to buy off the shelf. My VCR doesn’t need a program guide, so why can’t they sell a DVR without one. Thanks for getting me started.

  3. Amazing freakin blog here. I almost cried while reading it!

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