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Topic # 57587 18-Feb-2010 10:14
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I couldn't see this mentioned in this forum but this morning I saw a channel called Te Reo on 59 (if I remember correctly). Is this something new and unannounced or did I miss something?

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  Reply # 300115 18-Feb-2010 13:24
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it looks like they updated the box too. My tv was on one of the av and it blank out




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  Reply # 300133 18-Feb-2010 14:23
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At least I wasn't imagining thingsWink

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  Reply # 300136 18-Feb-2010 14:52
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Te Reo has been around for ages (possibly even a year or two) so I find it a bit hard to believe you've missed it :)

It's also run by Maori Television.




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  Reply # 300137 18-Feb-2010 14:52
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Te Reo has been on SKY since March or April 2008.



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  Reply # 300270 19-Feb-2010 07:31
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OK I must have been on another planet since then.Embarassed

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  Reply # 300447 19-Feb-2010 16:23
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the main use for it for us non-Reo speakers were they showed the NZ Breakers games live (albeit with Maori commentary)

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