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broonie27

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#35830 16-Jun-2009 09:13
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I'm guessing the answer to this question is a resoundning no - but - is there any way to get UK Sky here in New Zealand? I can get my hands on a UK Sky+ box so Iwas wondering if there was any way to recieve the UK programming.

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  #225502 16-Jun-2009 09:29
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Unless Sky UK do some sort of internet streaming or they up the satellite signal strength to penetrate several thousand miles of earth then I think you are correct with the 'no'.
I am not aware of any satellite on this side of the world that carries their signal. They would possibly run into broadcast rights issues if they tried.




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  #225522 16-Jun-2009 10:13
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The only things that spring to mind as the BBC's iPlayer, but that's not Sky as such, or else getting someone to load up a hard drive full of programs from the UK and post it to you....

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  #225524 16-Jun-2009 10:19
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Even BBC's iPlayer will not work, if we are talking about the same thing, as it is based on IP address.
There are a few sites out there that stream UK based TV channels. If you are happy with low quality youtube like feeds?

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