Live vs. Dual Feed Cable Networks
A live feed is the use of a single broadcast transmission for each time zone. This means that programming that airs in primetime on the East coast at 8 PM will air on the West coast at 5 PM.

A dual feed is two separate broadcast transmissions for two separate time zones, so that programming times will be uniform for viewers on both coasts. Most cable networks now support dual feed broadcasts.

Use this tool to identify those cable networks that support live or dual feeds.

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