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Missing your weekly Rally TV Fix? Checkout the [link:www.rallyusa.com|Ramada Express International Rally] on both the Outdoor Life Network and the HD Network in April and May.

The Outdoor Life Network has has added 6 more airings of the 2002 Ramada Express International Rally starting Thursday, April 24. The FIA listed event is the final round of the FIA listed Rally Series of North America. Watch as top drivers including Mark Nelson, Rhys Millen, Tim O'Neil, Shane Mitchell, and Wyeth Gubelmann battle on the three day event that runs at the edge of the Grand Canyon.

Film maker, [link:www.us.imdb.com/Name?Done,%20Harris|Harris Done] and his crew of documentry film makers photographed the rally using High Definiton TV equipment. This is the first rally ever to be televised in HDTV! Film and TV Actor, [link:www.us.imdb.com/M/person-exact?+Henry,+Gregg|Gregg Henry] (Femme Fatale, Payback, "24", Judging Amy, and CSI ) provides the unique and entertaining voice over naration.

The HDTV version premieres on the [link:www.hd.net/index.html|HD Network] Wednesday April 23 at 6:30 PM Pacific, 9:30 PM Eastern. It will be rebroadcast numerious times for the next several months. Visit [link:www.hd.net/index.html|HD Network] for schedules, sports bars, and retail electronics locations carrying HDTV sports events.

OLN will be broadcasting the standard TV version of the program. For schedules visit [link:www.olntv.com|the OLN Web Site]. TV Coverage of the event is sponsored by the United States Air Force Reserve and Mitsubishi Digital Electronics, "The digial big screen company". For more information on the rally visit [link:www.rallyusa.com|Ramada Express International Rally].
 

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Congratulations Ray, the high definition broadcast last night on the HD Net was excellent.
The camera footage was astounding. Lots of great helicopter shots and the in-car was some of the best I have seen. The narration was good but the sound of the narration seemed to be a bit "AM" like.

Other than that minor detraction the program was excellent. High definition really makes a big difference in the quality of the program.

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anyone in wmass want to join me at Circut City Holyoke to watch this in HiDef on sunday at 11:30am? wonder if i can get a way with an hours worth of "nah, i'm still deciding between this and the sony"
 
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