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Topic # 54734 20-Dec-2009 13:10 Send private message

As the Subject say's, I would like:

Prime HD
Sci-Fi
Sky Movies 3 SD/HD
Nat. Geo HD
Discovery HD
ESPN HD
UKTV HD

And also History and Discovery to go WS on a side note.

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  Reply # 284176 20-Dec-2009 13:13 Send private message

Discovery HD, deadliest catch would look great.

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  Reply # 284179 20-Dec-2009 13:15 Send private message

Syfy/Sci-Fi channel more than anything
be nice also to see something like the old TechTV also

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  Reply # 284183 20-Dec-2009 13:29 Send private message

DS9: As the Subject say's, I would like:

Prime HD
Sci-Fi
Sky Movies 3 SD/HD
Nat. Geo HD
Discovery HD
ESPN HD
UKTV HD

And also History and Discovery to go WS on a side note.


You need another side note to specify that Discovery would be 720x576i rather than 544x576i once widescreen.




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  Reply # 284204 20-Dec-2009 15:43 Send private message

Discovery WS @ 1280x720 would be good.




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  Reply # 284229 20-Dec-2009 19:32 Send private message

I'd consider Sky if I could get

BBC HD - UK Version
HBO HD - US Version
Scify HD - US Version
Showtime HD - US + AU Versions
All of the HD AU Channels, plus the other HD FTA UK Channels

Getting Prime in HD would be an added bonus, but I'd prefer to see it go HD on freeview.




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  Reply # 284249 20-Dec-2009 20:55 Send private message

openmedia: I'd consider Sky if I could get

BBC HD - UK Version
HBO HD - US Version
Scify HD - US Version
Showtime HD - US + AU Versions
All of the HD AU Channels, plus the other HD FTA UK Channels

Getting Prime in HD would be an added bonus, but I'd prefer to see it go HD on freeview.



why not just say sky just join to foxtel and have everythink want foxtell have all the channels




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  Reply # 284250 20-Dec-2009 21:02 Send private message

Only channel I really really want is ESPN HD, although i'll watch just about anything in HD. Even test cricket.

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  Reply # 284257 20-Dec-2009 21:46 Send private message

Xtreme Channel!

Had Nat Geo HD & History HD in the UK and they were unreal! bring it on.

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  Reply # 284274 21-Dec-2009 00:30 Send private message

cws82us:
openmedia: I'd consider Sky if I could get

BBC HD - UK Version
HBO HD - US Version
Scify HD - US Version
Showtime HD - US + AU Versions
All of the HD AU Channels, plus the other HD FTA UK Channels

Getting Prime in HD would be an added bonus, but I'd prefer to see it go HD on freeview.



why not just say sky just join to foxtel and have everythink want foxtell have all the channels


Hmm

Foxtel, let me thing

BBCHD != UK Version
No HBO
SciFi != UK ScyFy
Showtime AU but no US version
OK you might get all of the AU HD channels.




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  Reply # 284282 21-Dec-2009 07:45 Send private message

I'd like to see a fulltime feed of Sky News UK. This is available in Aussie as well as Sky news.


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  Reply # 284290 21-Dec-2009 08:21 Send private message

not liable to see Scy Fy here as Sky seems to want to gear everything to the female audiance now, just look at UK TV, it should now be named soap opera TV. Other channels seem to be following suite, the box is reality TV Central and Commedy Central dosent seem to be able to get new material as the have bee rerunning specific MASH episodes (ojnt the third timne around now). Movies programming isnt the best at the moment and History Channel should now be renamed Theology Channel with Hitler breaks :-)

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  Reply # 284306 21-Dec-2009 10:06 Send private message

sbiddle: I'd like to see a fulltime feed of Sky News UK. This is available in Aussie as well as Sky news.



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  Reply # 284523 22-Dec-2009 07:21 Send private message

sbiddle: I'd like to see a fulltime feed of Sky News UK. This is available in Aussie as well as Sky news.



I second that. Despite Australia being our closest neighbour, their news is very rarely relevant to us and rarer still of any interest. Ultimately, I'd like to see them introduce Sky News Active which has been around in the UK for over a decade now. You press the red button on your remote and can watch any one of several Sky News feeds or read the news on-screen. In Australia, this option gives access to Sky News UK anytime you want it.

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  Reply # 284531 22-Dec-2009 08:57 Send private message

Sci-Fi
ESPN HD
UKTV HD


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  Reply # 284533 22-Dec-2009 09:09 Send private message

I would really like to see SyFy US more than anything. Discovery and History Channels would be next choice. But I would also want Sky to update MySky HD hard drive sizes at the same time. Any more recorded Hi Def programmes on a regular basis and I would be limited to about 15 programmes, including daily news. If my wife archived any Living channel programmes etc in high definition I would have to delete things daily.

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