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# 105976 15-Jul-2012 18:23
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I saw a message asking to rebook all HD programming on Sky Sport 3 after the 17th of July. The message on Sky's website says:

On Tuesday 17th July, any future bookings, including series linked programmes on TVNZ Kidzone24, CNBC, SoHo (Standard Definition only) and SKY Sport 3 (High Defintion only) will need to be deleted and rebooked.

I also noticed all the sport after the 17th of July doesn't have the HD beside it on Sky Sport 3 after the 17th of July in the EPG.

 

 

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  # 656095 15-Jul-2012 18:49
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To answer your topic title.. Yes, for the duration of the Olympics.




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  # 659576 21-Jul-2012 15:29
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Seems a bit lousy that they cant sort this out remotely and are leaving it to people to rebook stuff on their own.

IMO they should have had all the olympics channels in only HD and used it as a driver to get people to upgrade to HDi




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  # 659646 21-Jul-2012 18:34
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it's lousy that sky need to do this in the first place, the golf looks terrible in SD.

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