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HDNET to Provide Exclusive High Definition Coverage of Blues/Predators Game on Sat., Feb. 16

by Staff Writer / Nashville Predators
Blackout restrictions are lifted in the Predators' home team territory for Saturday night's game versus the St. Louis Blues

February 15, 2008
What:        HDNet will provide live, exclusive high definition coverage of
the St. Louis Blues at Nashville Predators, Saturday, February 16 at
8:00 p.m. ET.  This game will be available to HDNet subscribers within
the Nashville Predators local broadcast territory, as the blackout
restrictions for this game have been lifted.

Predators fans will have access to the "NHL on HDNet" broadcast which is
shot exclusively for presentation in the highest-quality 1080i
high-definition format, giving viewers all the benefits of a 16:9 aspect
ratio and high resolution picture without compromising the image to
serve a standard-definition, 4:3 broadcast audience.

When:        St. Louis Blues @ Nashville Predators - Saturday, February 16 at
8:00 p.m. ET.

Where:    This live national telecast is available in HDTV only on HDNet.
Fans who wish to see the game live should contact their cable or
satellite provider to sign up for HDNet.  This game will be available to
HDNet subscribers within the Wild home broadcast territory as the
blackout restrictions for this game have been lifted.

HDNet is available nationally on satellite on DIRECTV (Channel 97) and
Dish Network (Channel 9422) and on cable via the following systems in
the Predators viewing area:
CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS
KNOLOGY
MEDIACOM
TDS TELECOM

About HDNet:
HDNet (www.hd.net) provides viewers with the best in original comedy,
drama, news, sports and music programming.

HDNet is your exclusive, high definition home for popular, critically
acclaimed original programming, including television's only HD news
feature programs "HDNet World Report",  "Dan Rather Reports" featuring
legendary journalist Dan Rather and "NASA on HDNet" (presenting live
shuttle launches through 2010).  HDNet presents championship sports
coverage featuring the National Hockey League, Major League Soccer,
NASCAR Grand National Division, NASCAR NEXTEL Cup re-broadcasts, boxing
and premiere Mixed Martial Arts from "HDNet Fights"; behind-the-scenes
sports news with "Inside the NHL" and "Inside MMA;" groundbreaking music
programming with the HDNet Concert Series featuring leading artists and
bands including U2, Coldplay, Gwen Stefani and more; entertaining and
irreverent lifestyle programming including "Deadline!", "Art Mann
Presents", and "Get Out!"  HDNet is also the exclusive high definition
home to the critically acclaimed and award winning programs such as the
Emmy Award winning "Arrested Development", "The Black Donnellys",
"Blade:  The Series", "Star Trek:  Enterprise", "Smallville", "Joan of
Arcadia", "Boomtown" and "Andy Richter Controls the Universe".

HDNet Movies also features a wide selection of major studio theatrical
releases - all uncut, unedited, and appearing in their original aspect
ratio so that HDNet Movies viewers get the best possible home theater
experience.

Only HDNet Movies exclusive "Sneak Previews" bring feature films to
viewers before they premiere in theaters!  Some of the HDNet Movies
"Sneak Previews" have included the Academy Award nominated "Enron: The
Smartest Guys in the Room", Toronto Film Festival nominee "The War
Within", and "Bubble", the first of six movies by acclaimed director
Steven Soderbergh and produced exclusively for HDNet Films "Cashback",
written and produced by Sean Ellis, "Broken English", from Zoe
Cassavetes, starring Gena Rowlands, Parker Posey, Drea de Matteo and
Griffin Dunne and, most recently  the critically acclaimed "Redacted"
directed by Brian De Palma.  Upcoming "Sneak Previews" include "Quid Pro
Quo", starring Nick Stahl and Vera Farmiga, "Hunter", the story of the
life and death of infamous gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson from
director Alex Gibney and producer Graydon Carter, and "Flawless",
starring Michael Caine and Demi Moore.

Launched in 2001 by Mark Cuban and General Manager Philip Garvin, the
HDNet networks are available on AT&T, Bright House Networks, Charter
Communications, DIRECTV, DISH Network, Insight, Mediacom, Time Warner
Cable, Verizon and more than 40 NCTC cable affiliate companies.  For
more information visit www.hd.net.
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