How to record impeachment hearings?

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  1. collin

    collin Member

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    Not seeing any actual listings in the guide. I'm OTA only.

    Is the only way to record, just set some long manual recordings on PBS?

    WATCH LIVE: The Trump Impeachment Hearings - Day 1
     
  2. Mikeguy

    Mikeguy Well-Known Member

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    That's all that I can see to do, or just pick one of the television morning shows (which is being preempted for the coverage) and then extend the end time to the max, picking a next show at that end point and doing likewise.
     
  3. collin

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    I set a long recording for my local PBS's primary channel. Woke up and checked it (3 hours after the start time) and turns out they put it on the 3rd sub-channel, so I recorded Curious George instead.

    Switched to ABC, NBC and CBS and they all have the hearing in HD, looks like continuous coverage.
     
  4. Mikeguy

    Mikeguy Well-Known Member

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    :p

    I've been watching it. (This is not a political statement: ) I think that I would prefer "Curious George" (and a highlights reel instead).
     
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    series5orpremier Well-Known Member

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    "so I recorded Curious George instead."
    That sounds good to me too. I almost replied that something like that might happen. I weighed the possibility that, like a Vampire, impeachment hearings wouldn't be able to be seen in a mirror nor digitally recorded on still or moving pictures.

    (I'm still bitter about all the afternoon cartoons I missed in my childhood due to the Watergate Hearings).
     
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