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Thema: Schedule for ABC, NBC, CBS & FOX for next week displayed one hour to early

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    Schedule for ABC, NBC, CBS & FOX for next week displayed one hour to early

    When I check the US TV program for next week (until 2020-03-13) I learn that the whole schedule for ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX (uswabc, uswcbs, uswnbc & uswnyw) is one hour ahead of the schedule I expect.

    Programmes which are aired 20:00 US local time and which were shown with this time in the OTR TV schedule in the past are now at 19:00

    Examples: 08.03 CBS God friended me 19:00 (expected 20:00)
    13.03 NBC Lincoln Rhyme 19:00 (expected 20:00)
    13:03 ABC Shark Tank 19:00 (expected 20:00)

    I'm not sure if this is only a new display problem regarding the time shift between US and Germany or if this has also an impact on the the programming.

    I have already send a mail to the OTR support.

    Is someone here in the forum aware of this and have maybe an explanation I didn't see?

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    The DST (Daylight saving time) "summer time" begins in the United States on Sunday.

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    Thanx, this is the explanation. Due to the fact the the DST change in Germany is at the end of march I was so ego-centered that I don't even think about it that this happen in the US at a different date :-)

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    There is an impact due to this issue with the daylight saving time (DST):
    As announced via the news on the OTR website all recording for US TV channels starting after 6 p.m. today (Mo 2020-03-09) are deleted. OTR has re-read the TV schedule now with the DST and you have to renew all of your recordings for US TV channels.

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