Richard S. wrote: DRM has nothing to do with preventing piracy, I can make copies of anything and everything and I'm not the only one.
Now I don't believe that.
Richard S. wrote: DRM gives the product shelf life so they can continue the practice of reselling material.
Ya, reselling the same movie. Who's the pirates? I buy DVD kids movies for the grand kids. But they damage them beyond playable. What's a person to do?
Back to TV.
I don't have HDTV so I didn't get the Hi Def cable service. My favorite channel is TCM. Love the old detective and western movies. As far as some stations re-running movies? I can't get enough of Dirty Harry or the Clint Eastwood spaghetti westerns. Ya, I know they were really made in Spain. Anything Clint Eastwood for that matter.