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# 39908 21-Aug-2009 10:42
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http://www.nbr.co.nz/opinion/chris-keall/mediaworks-set-sign-tivo


...and he thinks it looks like Telecom in some form will be partnering with them.


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  # 249355 21-Aug-2009 11:22
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I was hoping TelstraClear




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  # 249374 21-Aug-2009 11:51
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Just has no appeal for me at all. I'll stick with my Sky decoder until I see some evidence that TiVo is worth looking at




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  # 249400 21-Aug-2009 13:05
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TelstraClear wont be i already asked them and they confirmed that they will NOT be partnering with them but are working on there own PVR.

And i think fatso will partner with them for movie streaming, ;)

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  # 249482 21-Aug-2009 16:30
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not sure why fatso would partner with TIVO seeing as fatso is owned by SKY- unless it operates against SKY's best interests...




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  # 249596 22-Aug-2009 08:59
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TelstraClear told me it was not talking to TiVo/TVNZ and had no plans to.
CallPlus and Orcon were trying, but TiVo was not returning calls.
Sky TV already has a cable TV partnership with TelstraClear customers. A TelstraClear PVR would be for cable customers only.
There's quite a lot of circumstantial evidence that TiVo will partner with Telecom:

http://www.nbr.co.nz/opinion/chris-keall/mediaworks-set-sign-tivo





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