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Here is the AMC 8 radio networks referenced to PMT and PID information. Thanks to Photoman for Clear Channel information. There are a few blanks in the Dial Global list that need filling in.

Edit - Citadel is now Cumulus Media Networks

 
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txt AMC_8_Skyview_PIDS.txt (3.84 KB, 494 views)
txt AMC_8_Clear_Channel_PIDS.txt (8.46 KB, 556 views)
txt AMC_8_Premiere_PIDS.txt (4.22 KB, 450 views)
txt AMC_8_Dial_Global_PIDS.txt (707 Bytes, 397 views)
txt AMC_8_Cumulus_PIDS.txt (45.05 KB, 345 views)


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Thanks for a wealth of information Photoman & ACRadio! I wish I could type faster, I'll be putting these PID's on my S9 forever. But the end result is well worth it.

One question- my wife loves the John Tesh Show. It is listed on the Clear Channel list with 4 PID's. I've tried listening at all hours of day & night but never heard any audio. Does anyone know if Tesh is still with CC and if these PID's are still valid?

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Could you please list the Freq. and SR for Citadel and Clear Channel Networks.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

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Skyview - 3757 V 2220
Citadel - 3951 V 10417
Dial Global - 4168 V 10128
Premiere - 4110 V 5000
Clear Channel - 4124 V 5787

Skyview edited 5/1/12
Dial Global edited 10/18/12


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How long have these been up?

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Wanted to add my thanks to ACRadio and Photoman.  Great lists.  Just need to oil up the chainsaw and I'll be in business.

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I started working on a "radio only" dedicated to AMC8 for the S9. So far I started on DG and entered about 30 PID's before I got a skull crushing headache. After I printed out the channel list for Clear Channel I came to the conclusion that making a fairly complete list for the S9 is a nearly impossible feat.
The sad thing is that the S9 doesn't detect the majority of the radio signals on AMC8 with a blind scan so a lot of manual entry is nesecarry on the computer.
It's a long shot but does anyone have a list for the S9 to share? I will be happy to pass my list on but it's going to be a while.

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IMHO the best method is to look at all the lists and program only the services you might remotely be interested in. As I've said many times, having a computer based receiver makes dealing with these radio services so much easier. If I need to access a PID quickly I can analyze the signal and pop the PID up in a preview window and listen in a matter of seconds.

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How long have these been up?

Years...well at least since they started converting from Starguide to X-digital.....

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IMHO the best method is to look at all the lists and program only the services you might remotely be interested in. As I've said many times, having a computer based receiver makes dealing with these radio services so much easier. If I need to access a PID quickly I can analyze the signal and pop the PID up in a preview window and listen in a matter of seconds.
AC, I have a PC I could use to receive these signals. Which card do you own and what associated software would a person need?

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Many, Many, Many thanks to the fine fellows ACRadio and Photoman.  Now if I can get some audio on something would be great.

Anyone out there getting anything on the clear channel feeds?  I have a azbox elite and I have scanned them all in fine but get no audio on any feeds.  I have tried to enter them manually and still nothing.  Can anyone send me some settings or have any idea what I am doing wrong?


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IMHO the best method is to look at all the lists and program only the services you might remotely be interested in. As I've said many times, having a computer based receiver makes dealing with these radio services so much easier. If I need to access a PID quickly I can analyze the signal and pop the PID up in a preview window and listen in a matter of seconds.
AC, I have a PC I could use to receive these signals. Which card do you own and what associated software would a person need?

I currently use a Prof 7301 with DVBViewer/Transedit...I also use the Crazycat suite of software along with Easy Blindscan.

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Many, Many, Many thanks to the fine fellows ACRadio and Photoman.  Now if I can get some audio on something would be great.

Anyone out there getting anything on the clear channel feeds?  I have a azbox elite and I have scanned them all in fine but get no audio on any feeds.  I have tried to enter them manually and still nothing.  Can anyone send me some settings or have any idea what I am doing wrong?



Use PID 4324 to test with...this is their test channel. Make sure you use PID 256 as the PCR PID.

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Many thanks ACRadio.

The wife took over the TV but I will try that tomorrow.




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IMHO the best method is to look at all the lists and program only the services you might remotely be interested in. As I've said many times, having a computer based receiver makes dealing with these radio services so much easier. If I need to access a PID quickly I can analyze the signal and pop the PID up in a preview window and listen in a matter of seconds.
AC, I have a PC I could use to receive these signals. Which card do you own and what associated software would a person need?

I currently use a Prof 7301 with DVBViewer/Transedit...I also use the Crazycat suite of software along with Easy Blindscan.
sounds good, I'll have to get in touch with Rick- I always wanted to play with a satellite PC card. With the appropriate software it should get 4:2:2 as well?

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