Decades ago, there were just three major networks, along with PBS, among our choices to watch each night. And if you were watching something on one channel, which meant you were going to miss whatever was on the other channel. The advent of the VCR allowed you to record shows on another channel, but it was still relatively limiting since you would fill up a tape with about six hours of space.
But in the past 10 years, the Digital Video Recorder (DVR) has become the most common way to not just record your favorite television shows, but it's also becoming a common way to watch TV shows. And the Buckeye DVR is one of the best ways to watch TV.
People now have the freedom to record hours and hours of TV shows (up to 80 hours of standard programming and 20 hours in high-definition), as well as movies, sporting events and specials. Since shows are recorded directly onto a hard drive, people will have the ability to move from show to show with ease, as well as stopping, starting, fast forwarding, rewinding and deleting without issue.
Watch live TV – Whenever You Want to Watch It
Someone at the door? Got a phone call you have to take? The kids need you for something? The days of getting exasperated because your show kept getting interrupted are over. Now you can pause live TV on your Buckeye DVR and get back to it when you're ready. If you're going to be away for a while, just record it and watch it when you can. You can take even take some time to go grab a snack from the kitchen!
The Buckeye TV DVR allows you to record one show or a whole season's worth of shows. You can also record two shows at the same time. And while you are recording one show, you can watch something else that you've previously recorded.
You'll get a great interactive programming guide, with the Buckeye TV Channel Lineup already built in, an easy-to-use remote control and there's no expensive equipment to buy. The service is already built in to the HD DVR-enabled set-top boxes. It's that easy.