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Cinemax latino hd channel 929 is nowhere to be found on the guide even though it has been there for days. It was @max but is now cinemax latino which is a all espanol version of cinemax channel 920. So if you want to tape something off that channel it is nowhere to be found on the guide. The sd version of it channel 429 cinemax latino is listed there on the guide with no logo to indicate that it is there but the hd one is not on the guide. It is not so simple as just changing the audio for the cinemax hd channel because some of those movies can not be changed to another language so it is important to actually put up the listing for channel 929 on the guide. Now if you put in the channel number 929 you will indeed see that the channel is there and you can watch it but if you want to tape anything that appears on that channel then you can not because there is no listing. Cinemax latino is just the latest version of well known movie channels offering a spanish version of one of their popular movie channels. Sony movie channel offers cine sony tv in espanol at channel 1689. Hbo offers two hbo latino channels and encore offers encore espanol at channel 363 which should always have a spansih audio but it does not. You can change it with the alternate audio feature but it should always be in spanish so you should not have to do that. Another thing is that espn bases loaded channel 571 continues to say "off air" on the guide even though there have been games there for days so there should be an indication of that channel being on the air with a schedule for it. The espn bases loaded site has the schedule on there if you need to see it for yourself.
On my TIVO PREMIERE DVR the guide still shows ATMAX ,It has the name of the movie in engish(red tails) But the description of the movie is in spanish! The movie is in spanish and i CAN RECORD it! plus my tivo let me set up a recording on the movie after red tails which is BANSHEE. So pretty much working fine for me. I assume the verizon fios box would also be working sooner than later as long as people know that channel 929 mirrors channel 920 and that the programming is in espanol,all they need to do is put in the guide that its latino max and were good to go !!.
On my Microsoft Media Center with Ceton InfiniTV tuner cards I had to update my TV provider to Verizon, even though it was Verizon. This forced a download of the new channel guide with the updated listings. There may have been a better way, but I had also just updated my tuner firmare, and needed to run through the setup again anyway. See if your hardware has a way to force an update of the guide and or channel listings.
All my Cinimax and other guide listings are now current. With accurate descriptions of channel content for the name, not just the guide. One thing I have found that I like about the Free Microsoft Media Center Guide, it provides tons of accurate, and detailed information regarding the guide and content.