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jamesrobert

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#155926 13-Nov-2014 11:45
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as from 11 November.

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lxsw20
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  #1175087 13-Nov-2014 11:48
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Boo-urns. Was a good channel for a bit of background music. Hopefully they reuse the spectrum wisely. 

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  #1175103 13-Nov-2014 12:10
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hope they dont replace it with another lame radio station

 
 
 
 


Ledgy
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  #1175119 13-Nov-2014 12:25
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Yea me to. A good variety of background music. The other music channels just dont cut it with me. Mtv classic, not the same. The rock need to have their own channel :) So pissed off iit's gone.

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  #1175748 14-Nov-2014 12:04
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Great channel, had a lot of memories with that channel as background music.

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  #1176722 16-Nov-2014 12:17
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This is very disappointing. I haven't had access to Sky TV for a few years, but when I did this was one of my favourite channels. I have many good memories of it over the last ten years.

I have always hoped that Mediaworks might consider an adult contemporary music channel to sit alongside The Edge TV on Freeview. Sure, it wouldn't pick up a huge audience, but it would be cheap to run and it could replace one of those awful shopping channels on their mux.

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  #1185819 30-Nov-2014 17:20
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ange21: hope they dont replace it with another lame radio station

....or yet another shopping channel.




= > ÷

 

 


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  #1185827 30-Nov-2014 17:27
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...or worse, bring back Fashion TV

 
 
 
 


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  #1185896 30-Nov-2014 19:42
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replacing it with disney XD maybe?





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  #1185916 30-Nov-2014 20:24
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SKY are also removing the interactive channels of Weather, PlayinTV and Mindgames for extra space from 8th Dec

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  #1185952 30-Nov-2014 21:08
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DjShadow: ...or worse, bring back Fashion TV


Don't knock Fashion TV. That stuff was legit.

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