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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by javabird, Dec 17, 2009.
Here's the Yule Log Schedule for 2009 - Happy Holidays!
Is this still the 1970s era Yule Log, still in 4:3 SD?
I prefer the alternate Yule Log created by In Demand back when INHD was a channel. Filmed in 16:9 HD, and it included fireplace sound effects along with the music (which the original did not have).
Comcast used to have that as an On Demand option for the last few years. I wonder if they will again this year. I can't check because I don't have any On Demand capable boxes.
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I didn't spoil anything. I just asked a question. Whoever answers the question, go ahead and yell at them.
One year when I watched it, it sounded like a feed from a radio station complete with a DJ and had lame music. I will try the WGN version, maybe that was a local thing.
Not sure about the WPIX yule log, but KTLA's is in HD.
The Timberline Lodge Yule Log shown on Oregon Public Broadcasting is superior.
It's the fireplace from the lobby seen in The Shining
There are shots of a mystery arm poking the fire and cuts to a St. Bernard panting next to the crackling logs.
I saw the yule log on Blu-ray at Sam's the other day.
I got the Yule Log in HD from iTunes.
I also have a Yule Log version of Martina McBride's "White Christmas" -- with THREE different scenes -- but that's in SD.
We had the Yule Log on TV during a Christmas dinner... the only thing was, there was a disembodied hand poking and prodding the logs from time to time... At least it was in high-def.
There will be an extra hour this year, so now it will be 4 hours long. Here's the Yule Log playlist.
Apparently the KTLA yule log is a different version than the original WPIX one.
I've never heard of nor seen Yule Log. Thanks for the info. I'll be checking it out this year.
It's On Demand. And in HD.
This year the Yule Log caused me to discover that two channels I get on cable don't have audio. DRAT!!! I never watch KTLA or KCOP.