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Topic # 104961 23-Jun-2012 22:13 Send private message

Hello guys, I quite like the channel TV9 - a asian-english channel with some good movies, but it is really hard to record without EPG. Why is there no EPG when the channel came out like what.... 5 months ago??!!?? 

Anyway, If anyone knows, please leave a comment! Thanks.




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  Reply # 645288 23-Jun-2012 22:22 Send private message

It will be the same old story, TV9 want to be paid to share their EPG, but Tivo doesn't want to pay

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  Reply # 645385 24-Jun-2012 13:10 Send private message

Record manually.



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  Reply # 645389 24-Jun-2012 13:18 Send private message

record manually- it works, but in the recorded menu, its hard to know which movie is this or what programme is this..etc..




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  Reply # 645674 25-Jun-2012 09:07 Send private message

Contact TV9 and ask them if they would please allow TiVo Au/NZ (Hybrid TV Services) to use their EPG.

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  Reply # 645760 25-Jun-2012 10:50 Send private message

We're looking into this.

Feel free to let them know from your end though :)

Dan

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