I used to go to tv.yahoo.com to see a real-time grid of what's on Rogers (Ottawa).
Yahoo seem to have recently discontinued this service (which looked just like Zap2It so I suspect they're related)
I can't find a website that lists the guide. I tried Zap2It but it doesn't seem to have a grid.
Is there one somewhere on rogers.com?
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My Yahoo Zap2it guide still works. You have to be logged in. (I always used the Zap2it guide until it completely changed, but then I discovered the Yahoo one.)
>>My Yahoo Zap2it guide still works. You have to be logged in.<<
What address are you using? I'm logged in with my rogers account and can't find a link to the TV Guide / Listings on the site.
Since it's associated with Yahoo, you have to log in with your Yahoo account.
Thanks. I created a Yahoo account and logged in but cannot find any tv listings. What address do you use for your TV listings?
There is a built in guide when using MyRogers. If you log into your account and then click on the TV function, you will see a link called "View My Guide". An added feature of this guide is that you can also use it to program your PVR (if you have one) from anywhere that you have access to a computer. Similarly, there are also apps that you can download (Android and iOS) for your mobile device or tablet that serve the same function.
Thanks for this info, I was able to do this on my Microsoft Surface 2 (which does not have a native Rogers Home Edition app) to search the programming grid for my shows and even schedule a recording. Handy for us Windows 8 / RT users!
I find this method better than Zap2It, since PVRs can be remotely managed.
I have ended up using the Bell tv website to find what i need...then find it on the programing guid on Rogers cable.
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