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Topic # 60870 4-May-2010 20:51
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I notice that the Maori TV EPG message gas changed from "Pls help us get this EPG" to "To be Advised" I wonder if there is any significance with this change.




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  Reply # 326638 4-May-2010 21:06
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Probably, but in I don't think that Maori TV were really objecting much to doing a deal with TIVO, the real handbrake is the Sky ( Prime) continue to drag their feet.

I think that hybrid should just scrape the stuff off the Freeview-sat EPG and wait for the court summons to arrive. After the Australian Yellow pages and IceTV decisions, I would think that they are on reasonably solid grounds to set a decent precedent in NZ.


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  Reply # 326671 4-May-2010 22:07
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wellygary: Probably, but in I don't think that Maori TV were really objecting much to doing a deal with TIVO, the real handbrake is the Sky ( Prime) continue to drag their feet.

I think that hybrid should just scrape the stuff off the Freeview-sat EPG and wait for the court summons to arrive. After the Australian Yellow pages and IceTV decisions, I would think that they are on reasonably solid grounds to set a decent precedent in NZ.


If you're so confident why don't you do it??

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 326878 5-May-2010 12:47
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codyc1515: If you're so confident why don't you do it??


Ha ha, yes.  Good call!

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