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Discovery Channel guide incorrect

Fairfield, CA 94534

Discovery Channel (750) comes through on the correct channel but through TIVO the listings do not match up with the actual programs. There is no "change" button on the TIVO guide.  This is a new problem. I have used TIVOs for many years.

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Re: Discovery Channel guide incorrect

Tivo changed Discovery from DSCHD to DSCHDP and the schedules now match what Comcast is serving up.

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Re: Discovery Channel guide incorrect

I just spent over an hour with support in chat with 3 "analysts"  on this very same issue... in zip code 94107.

 

ALL external listings guides including comcast.com, zap2it.com, discoverychannel.com, tvguide.com, internal tivo guide  are in sync... but what Comcast is showing on Discovery Channel HD (750) is 3 hours old.  Funny thing is.. the guide on the tv does match what they are showing.

 

This started happening last Friday Jul 26.  

 

Very frustrating, since I rely on what the external guides (including tivo) are showing me to record shows.

 

Discovery Channel HD is the only channel this is occuring on.

 

Can't believe there haven't been more posts about this.

 

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Re: Discovery Channel guide incorrect

And you can get some strange programs on your DVR by Discovery's guide info going crazy!  Naked folk running about the forest, people battling hair loss, etc.  Just trying to watch the crab fishermen but I am getting nothing interesting.  It will go away eventually I guess.

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Re: Discovery Channel guide incorrect

Tivo changed Discovery from DSCHD to DSCHDP and the schedules now match what Comcast is serving up.

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