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Topic # 64245 11-Jul-2010 22:41
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Hi-- don't have TiVo yet but I heard that TiVo has no EPG for these two channels-- is that true? If so, is it still possible to record on there (if you know the times of things you want to see...)
Many thanks

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  Reply # 350097 12-Jul-2010 09:39
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  Reply # 350124 12-Jul-2010 10:17
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Thank you Mauricio-- do you know if it is still possible to record those channels (if I found their EPGs online...)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 350125 12-Jul-2010 10:17
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And to answer your other question. yes you can set manual recording times based on channel, time, duration and also make it weekly, daily, weekdays etc.

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  Reply # 350129 12-Jul-2010 10:20
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Thanks Kiwi!

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  Reply # 350416 12-Jul-2010 21:20
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It would appear my sarcastic tweets to primetv don't get much done behind the scenes. Still no Prime EPG... still.. a little boy waits.

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  Reply # 351091 13-Jul-2010 20:58
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All the indicators are that Sky's top strategic aim is to prevent any other pay tv operators from ever getting off the ground. CASPA is public enemy number one, and Sky will do anything they can to nobble it - no matter how trivial. TVNZ and Sky could agree to share office space and you still wouldn't see the Prime EPG on Tivo.




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  Reply # 351162 13-Jul-2010 23:11
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What an incredibly immature business practice!

Thanks all for the help, glad to know I can still record Prime, though I almost want to boycott it out of principle now!

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  Reply # 351243 14-Jul-2010 09:23
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I don't regret dumping SKY Television for TiVo.  We watch more free-to-air channels than SKY and once you've got TiVo recording everything you want and more (via suggestions) you have no shortage of programming.

I would like to know what is on the Prime television channel but reality is, it never really was any good anyway and would only be a matter of convenience having the electronic guide now.

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  Reply # 351399 14-Jul-2010 14:20
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Sky's excuse is that they won't give the Prime EPG to Tivo until Tivo supports reporting viewership data (so Sky can determine how many people are watching, and therefore price ads appropriately)




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  Reply # 352356 16-Jul-2010 15:42
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Yes but could Freeview ever provide such data either?

Also, anyone know what Maori TV's excuse is?

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  Reply # 352370 16-Jul-2010 16:15
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meremaiden: Yes but could Freeview ever provide such data either?

Also, anyone know what Maori TV's excuse is?


I emailed MaoriTV back in November last year... this is the reply.. I'm not sure even THEY know why they are not providing EPG data...
Kia ora Joseph
 
Thank for your email, and sorry for the delay in replying. It is not currently known when or if Maori Television will be available on TIVO. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and hope you continue to tune in and enjoy our channel.
 
Nga mihi,
 
 
Vanessa Horan
Kaiwhakahaere Whakapā
Communications Manager
Māori Television 


Cheers,
Joseph 



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  Reply # 352375 16-Jul-2010 16:42
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Maybe we should all write again, its ridiculous! Anyone know any of the higher ups in Maori TV?



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  Reply # 352378 16-Jul-2010 16:47
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I just saw this http://www.stuff.co.nz/technology/gadgets/2998793/Sky-Maori-TV-rain-on-TiVos-parade

"Maori TV boss Jim Mather "just decided that he didn't want to do it". "
Wha? Really?

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  Reply # 352410 16-Jul-2010 18:03
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Dear Jim Mather. Stop being a dick au.

Regards.

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  Reply # 352411 16-Jul-2010 18:04
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Thanks for the information. I think there could be something in raising this again.

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