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Topic # 150210 15-Jul-2014 12:41
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I've notice  on my TiVo and the online scheduling that the EPG now only does 8 days.   What happened to the 14 day EPG??



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  Reply # 1089251 15-Jul-2014 13:31
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Yes I noticed this myself. Pressume the TV companies are nolonger projecting program's that far out.

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  Reply # 1089255 15-Jul-2014 13:34
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The mheg5 one has only ever been 8 days....maybe Tivo has just started taking a feed from there.

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  Reply # 1089375 15-Jul-2014 16:46
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Same applies to the online TiVo Genie guide.  Hopefully this is more for the longevity of TiVo so broadcasters don't give up submitting their programme guides for a limited market.  One guide to rule them all and all that.  The 14-day guide was useful when reading about upcoming programmes and series starting as I could set it up to record while at work.

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  Reply # 1089463 15-Jul-2014 18:57
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Samsung region switch killed my peg, and switching back didn't fix it, but meh \o/ I don't even really miss it so what difference? :)

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  Reply # 1089482 15-Jul-2014 19:35
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I hadn't noticed...but yes you're right!  Ahh the gradual death of the beloved TiVo takes another nail in the coffin.  

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  Reply # 1094556 23-Jul-2014 22:13
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Maori TV EPG appears to be finishing at 11:30pm tonight. Technical fault or decision to not provide it?

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