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  #803867 22-Apr-2013 19:14
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DS9: I and everyone I know who has SKY has no interest in NBA, I also asked around work and the content most people want is another HD movie channel, more International Cricket (England and South Africa) and a SyFy channel, out of about 25 males (I will not tell you what the ladies wanted) not one asked for more NBA. SKY have to cater for a wide range of tastes and yes I would like more but we are a small market and get serviced very well for sport.


Well I and everyone I know have A LOT of Interest in the NBA. And ZERO Interest in Cricket. (Sorry but it's a boring sport). Agree with you on the SyFy Channel. We need that channel it would be awesome. Like I said why not have the Channel, that's money they're losing out on, I know hundreds of people personally that want more NBA/NFL/Baseball/Fuel TV (UFC/MMA) content. A dedicated channel to cater for these would be awesome!

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  #804901 24-Apr-2013 13:50
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NonprayingMantis:
ushare: And that is why there is Unblock us + netflix/hulu ;)

But back to your question: I wonder this too


Not really since neither netflix nor Hulu get TV shows as soon as they are broadcast in the states. Spme stuff, like HBO stuff never gets onto netflix or Hulu, not even delayed.


You have to remember that once you have a VPN connection then all of the network on-demand sites are also available to be viewed, so most network shows can be seen within a day of broadcast in their own countries. I think that many people forget this fact?

 
 
 
 


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  #805202 24-Apr-2013 22:39
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Well, there's some extra content on Sky today...

...they've started the promo loop for the new (old shows) Jones! channel on 13.

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