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Topic # 138599 10-Jan-2014 09:20
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From their Facebook page today

Thanx Sommet and TiVo..




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  Reply # 964320 10-Jan-2014 09:56
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Thanks indeed - I thought the TiVo was not going to be a supported device for Sommet?

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  Reply # 964881 10-Jan-2014 19:40
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Just noticed that the EPG is there now, I was hoping to be the first but found this thread.
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  Reply # 964888 10-Jan-2014 19:55
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Yay to Tivo



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  Reply # 965035 11-Jan-2014 10:07
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FINALLY! Now we just need Al Jazeera and my life will be complete!




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  Reply # 965218 11-Jan-2014 19:27
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naggyman: FINALLY! Now we just need Al Jazeera and my life will be complete!


Add to that Prime in HD..




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  Reply # 965220 11-Jan-2014 19:42
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<sarcasm>
What about the shopping channel? Tivo please bring the EPG to the shopping channel too
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  Reply # 965249 11-Jan-2014 22:06
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Klipspringer: <sarcasm>
What about the shopping channel? Tivo please bring the EPG to the shopping channel too
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Don't you just love that since the shopping channel went fully informercialls, there has been a full epg on TiVo.




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  Reply # 966795 14-Jan-2014 13:41
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Yes, thanks Sommet Sports for the Tivo EPG. And to show that it was worth the effort, my Tivo is now recording (and therefore I am now watching) shows from your channel that I wouldn't have in the past as it was "too hard" to work out what was on.

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