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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 89635 6-Sep-2011 15:20 Send private message

Hi all,

Couldn't find this anywhere, so did up a FTA coverage schedule for you to add to your calendar.

This means you won't miss a game, and given TV3 and TVNZ both do HD on Freeview, you might get a better picture by making some choices over Maori TV.

Link below,

Jon

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1828007/RWC%20TV%20Coverage.csv

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  Reply # 518170 7-Sep-2011 16:27 Send private message

Cool !! Thanks for the effort. Was wondering how I was going to juggle all those.

Just a quick re-sort by date / time, rather than by channel.

Interesting to see some listings showing All Blacks as All Blacks vs xx, others showing NZ vs xx




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  Reply # 518395 8-Sep-2011 09:04 Send private message

It is pretty rough and ready (but seems mostly ok), the content is merely what was provided on the TV websites (hence the cross use of terms). 

Feel free to fix up any errors and repost.

Jon

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