What information is included in Bell ExpressVu channel listings?


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Bell ExpressVu (now called Bell TV) channel listings show all carried networks' show listings for its satellite TV service as of 2015. The listings include pay-per-view and music offerings as well. The listings extend for three hours in length for each network with the default beginning time being the current half-hour slot. However, users can change the time and date for listings using the drop-downs provided at the top of the webpage, viewing up to 12 days in advance.

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Viewers also can set the current time zones for ease of use. Additionally, there is an option to view only subscribed channels if a subscriber is logged into the system. Listings are viewed in blocks of 100 in numerical order by selecting a drop-down box at the top of the webpage.

Clicking on an individual listing on the site pulls up an information box with additional information on a show. Information includes the show title, genre, run time, network and station number. The box also has information about what actors are in the show, if applicable, and a description of the show. Under the description is additional information to let users know if the show is available in closed caption and whether it is in stereo.

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