Programming Package, Any Budget

By: Julia Hall

Satellite TV is the future of home entertainment and Direct TV is leading the way with the best programming packages, latest technology, and cutting edge customer service. It used to be that if you wanted satellite television you had to have a small fortune set aside for your entertainment budget and be willing to allow part of your yard to look like NASA mission control. Now Direct TV has program packages for every budget and will help you get and install the equipment you need to watch it. And thanks to smaller unobtrusive satellite dishes, you can even have your yard back.

Direct TV offers programming packages for every taste and any budget. The economical Family Choice package comes with over forty channels, including your local programming, kids channels and general family entertainment channels. The entry level Total Choice package comes with 155 channels which range the gambit from music videos, education, sports, news, and religion to home shopping and include XM satellite radio channels for digital quality music. The Total Choice Premier package offers a whopping 250 channels which include HBO, a plethora of Starz and Showtime Channels, cinemax, and multiple sports channels. High Definition Television (HDTV) channels, seasonal sports subscriptions, adult programming, and Spanish language programming can be added to any package. For the television connoisseur who has to have the best of everything there's Direct TV Titanium which provides up to ten of the most technologically advanced receivers, every kind of programming you could possibly want including Pay Per View at no additional cost, a subscription to Direct TV's magazine, and personalized concierge customer service.

The technology that Direct TV provides and the convenience that it brings are as impressive as the programming. Every Direct TV receiver is capable of displaying an on screen program guide which not only shows you what's on every channel right now, but what will be on over the next few hours. It also allows you to bookmark future programs to make them easier to find and allows each family member to store profiles of the channels he or she is most interested in.

Another convenient technology that that Direct TV offers a as an upgrade is the Digital Video Recorder (or DVR for short). Digital Video Recording does all of the things that your old fashioned and now obsolete VCR used to do, only without the cassettes and unintuitive programming. A Digital Video Recorder can record a program while you watch a different one or record your favorite show when you're not at home, but it can also be programmed to record an entire season of your favorite show. A DVR can hold up to 100 hours of programming, and best of all the fact that it's fully integrated with the on screen program guide takes the guess work out of using it. Digital video recording revolutionizes the way you can watch television in real time too. The Directv DVR allows you to pause live programming so you won't miss that crucial play of the game just because the phone rings. And if you still didn't see it? Digital video recording allows you to replay the scene as many times as you need to!

Satellite television from Direct TV already delivers a high resolution picture with CD quality sound but High Definition Television (HDTV) equipment can take your television viewing experience to the next level. A Directtv HDTV receiver will give you access to programs with a sharper image and even greater clarity of sound that makes it seem like the action is right there in your living room.

Satellite TV has come a long way in the past few years, and with all of the high tech features and great value offered by Direct TV there's never been a better time to make the move to the ultimate in home entertainment.

These Direct TV offers are superior to Dish Network, Charter Communications, CableVision, Time Warner, ComCast, and all other cable television providers. Start now. Switch to the best quality home entertainment.

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