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Topic # 49101 18-Nov-2009 00:53
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theres are channels listed showing New Zealand and Australia
Like
National Geographic Channel Australia & New Zealand
The History Channel Australia & New Zealand
Animal Planet Australia & New Zealand
Playhouse Disney Australia & New Zealand
Nat Geo Adventure Australia and New Zealand

is foxtel coming to New Zealand or taking over skytv ??
or some channels re broadcasted from foxtel to new zealand thanks to skytv?




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  Reply # 274107 18-Nov-2009 07:02
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These channels are simply made for both countries. No conspiracy or anything happening here.

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  Reply # 274124 18-Nov-2009 08:41
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Also if you do some research you might find Sky and Foxtel have something else in common - like maybe a shareholder or something... Some dude called Rupert has something to do with it...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 274128 18-Nov-2009 08:58
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Didnt Newscorp sell thier shares in Sky some time ago?

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  Reply # 274132 18-Nov-2009 09:13
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  Reply # 274153 18-Nov-2009 10:18
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There were plenty of rumors going around last year that there would be a Sky/Foxtel merger or "closer working relationship".

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  Reply # 274223 18-Nov-2009 14:29
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All of those chanels have been shared for years. thats why we get asutralian ads on them sometimes. Same with ESPN. Our versions are just the australians versions sent over here



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  Reply # 274328 18-Nov-2009 21:19
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