TV Listings & Guide Plus is an EPG (electronic program guide) app that allows you to see what television shows are on live and what television shows are airing in the future. Follow the video to install the app, enter your zip code and the service provider that your used to. the link to type is either of the following: tinyurl.com/tvguideplus apkpure.com/tv-listings-guide-plus/com.tvlistingsplus.tvlistings The app can work without the use of a bluetooth mouse, however if you wish to customize the guide for the channels you have then you will need a bluetooth mouse (as shown in the video). Clicking on Tonight will display new shows airing in the next 24 hours. Instead of randomly watching live tv without knowing what show is on, now you can access the guide, know what show is on, and then exit the guide and open the channel to watch the show. This enables you to surf the guide and find something you want to watch. NOTE: clicking on the show only brings up more details of the show, it does not open to the live channel. ------------------------------------------------------------ Suggested order to view / setup your firestick or fire tv #1 Downloader: https://youtu.be/fzXZRXuWmkM #2 MX Player: https://youtu.be/fgWJETVc5lw #3 Mobdro: https://youtu.be/CzBqIoOsGzw #4 Uktvnow: https://youtu.be/hNWmEsWu93c #5 livenettv: https://youtu.be/tT4bHPQTouU #6 Terrarium TV: https://youtu.be/Y2bMnugLJGk #7 TV Guide https://youtu.be/_4a6j8uy8wQ Downloader - allows install of apps MX Player - good video player #'s 3,4,5 - live channel viewing # 6 - tv show and movie streaming Here is tutorial for beginners video, which goes through everything slowly one step at a time: https://youtu.be/OlZsIqjb2So This video is for instructional purposes only to explain and show how to utilize the fire tv or firestick to install various programs and also how to setup and use those programs.
Officially, my Cable provider converted from Analog to Digital channels years ago, but about five or six of those analog channels remained available to this day, including the classic program listing channel. Since they definitely aren't going to last much longer, I decided to record a little bit of the program listings for archival/preservation purposes. The music they use is straight outta 2001, I love it. Enjoy. :) My apologies for the poor audio/video quality, my capture card was literally the cheapest one I could find when I bought it, hehe. ~Shane/Skyber21/EncartaXP
Channel 2 for an hour and eighteen minutes! See what was on TV in Calgary from 8:02pm to 9:20pm on November 19, 2000!
This is a bit different from my normal content and I thought I should explain a bit. FPB Cable in Frankfort, Kentucky still uses a scrolling listings guide. Located on channel 2, it's, well, exactly what it says on the tin. It still uses TV Guide (er...sorry, POP) architecture and the TV Guide theme from the mid-late 2000s. From approximately the late 1990s until around 2007, FPB Cable used the architecture of what used to be called "OnCable" and eventually "Zap2It" to show TV listings on their own dedicated channel. This was usually accompanied by music from the local smooth jazz station 102.1 WKYL (now a classical station and not used anymore). (Side note, for an example of this guide, a very short clip can be found at the end of TWCFan's video of Frankfort's Weatherscan Local unit from August 26, 1999: https://youtu.be/-K5EDCMBoAY) The guide was originally (to my knowledge) on channel 43, where it remained until a contractually obligated line-up shuffle in 2005, when it moved to channel 66. Eventually, it was bumped from here and moved to channel 75 in 2007. It was shuffled around a bit more in between when FPB finally replaced the Zap2It Guide with the TV Guide Channel in 2008. And then the complaints started rolling in. Viewers complained that the programming on TV Guide Channel was too risque and that the guide was too slow and it took too long to cycle through the then-70 channels that FPB had plus the select digital cable channels that were being used to recruit new subscribers for the Digital Cable service. In response, FPB cut a deal with TV Guide: they could show the clean TV Guide feed on one channel and a full screen scrolling guide on another. Eventually, this version of the guide moved around to channel 22 (I think?) before settling on channel 2 after the contractually obligated removal of Louisville Fox affiliate WDRB in 2012. The audio now featured on the channel is (I think?) a special service to the blind in the area who can't read newspapers, and rebroadcasts this service from a special radio receiver.
Found on Charter analog channel 16 in Grand Coulee, here is the full scrolling TV listings cycle on what is now Pop, coming on well over a year after its rebranding from TVGN, formerly known as TV Guide Channel/Network and Prevue. Note that I have mostly blacked out the top half of the screen because "Celebrity Name Game" was on and that show is copyrighted. But nevertheless, enjoy! UPDATE: As of February 2017, Charter Grand Coulee has officially discontinued the scrolling TV listings grid. The Pop channel feed itself still remains.
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The listings are for Charter Communications in Boone, NC. I believe this is the only recorded video I have of the TV Guide Channel.