Easy TV Data To Rescue MythTV
Written by Michael Larabel in Multimedia on 13 July 2007 at 02:46 PM EDT. Add A Comment
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Last month Zap2It Labs announced that it would be discontinuing its free TV listings service through XML, which MythTV users inside of the United States depend upon for listing data. However, there is now hope that there will be a viable replacement by the time Zap2It eliminates their service in September of this year. Announced on the MythTV development list was word that representatives from a number of free software projects are working on the replacement. Specific details are still being kept secret, but Easy TV Data is being setup as a non-profit organization to provide free TV listings. More information should be available shortly.
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