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Topic # 85804 25-Jun-2011 11:35
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These 2 channels have appeared on 12295H

FRANCE 24
FRANCE 24 French 

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  Reply # 485857 25-Jun-2011 19:01
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An increase of another $2 / month coming up then..




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  Reply # 486143 26-Jun-2011 17:27
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DjShadow: These 2 channels have appeared on 12295H

FRANCE 24
FRANCE 24 French 


Here are details http://www.france24.com/en/new-zealand-sky-agreement

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 486144 26-Jun-2011 17:40
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Awesome more news channels :)




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  Reply # 486145 26-Jun-2011 17:41
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Here are details http://www.france24.com/en/new-zealand-sky-agreement


I don't think someone can count (and it may be me!)...

As far as 24-hour news goes there is only: Sky News, Fox, CNN, CNBC  + 2 future France 24 channels

BBC World, RT, TVNZ 7 are 24-hour news + 'other stuff' channels

That is 9 with at least one that I wouldn't consider a News channel any more (TVNZ7), what are the others that make 10?

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  Reply # 486192 26-Jun-2011 20:34
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CCTV9 "chinese news" in english ?




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  Reply # 488583 2-Jul-2011 13:14
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France24 is already broadcast FTA to NZ
http://www.france24.com/en/france24_agreement_asiaSat
A 2m dish would probably be enough.

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  Reply # 488584 2-Jul-2011 13:17
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old3eyes: An increase of another $2 / month coming up then..


Nah. France24 on Channel 100 is part of the basic package but the French version on 101 is gonna be $7 a month after August 1.

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  Reply # 589957 3-Mar-2012 18:39
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They now have online streaming in French and English at http://www.france24.com/

France24 Francais has appeared on Intelsat 18. DVB-S2.

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