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# 93850 30-Nov-2011 22:16
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Maori EPG listings are now on the tivo, so they've seen the light. You may need to download the latest tivo updates to see them. Thanks to all those who complained to them, as I am sure it made a difference.

Now there is only one broadcaster not displaying the EPG on Tivo, and that is Prime TV owned by SKY. So I would suggest doing what Tivo recommends, and contacting them to get it listed.

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  # 552028 30-Nov-2011 22:27
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Thanks Maori TV for finally flipping the switch, many TiVo users will now know whats on!

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  # 552036 30-Nov-2011 22:39
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Wooooooooooooooohooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

Awesome news!

 
 
 
 


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  # 552045 30-Nov-2011 22:58
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The even funnier part is that nobody watches it still. /troll



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  # 552050 30-Nov-2011 23:06
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codyc1515: The even funnier part is that nobody watches it still. /troll


Perhaps they will now, seeing people can now see what is on. They do sometimes have some really good movies, including some good foreign ones.

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  # 552051 30-Nov-2011 23:06
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And SPORT too.

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  # 552059 30-Nov-2011 23:43
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NBA is slated to be on, old school ATM, and dec 29 they will show games from this hocking season

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  # 552094 1-Dec-2011 08:51
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From memory they used to play some good foreign films at night that you would otherwise not see.

Can't imagine I will get a lot of use out of the new EPG but it is good to see that it is now available.

Come on Prime!!!

 
 
 
 


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  # 552096 1-Dec-2011 08:56
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My TiVo still shows the "Help us get this EPG" on Maori TV line up. Last network connection was succesful this morning. Any suggestions?

Actually, restarting the box now...





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  # 552193 1-Dec-2011 11:50
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Working fine here on both boxes without having to do anything. Well done Maori TV! Now to sort out Prime

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  # 552203 1-Dec-2011 12:01
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Fantastic news! Will have to browse the listings for things to watch.

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  # 552231 1-Dec-2011 12:41
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mattwnz:
codyc1515: The even funnier part is that nobody watches it still. /troll


Perhaps they will now, seeing people can now see what is on. They do sometimes have some really good movies, including some good foreign ones.


But how many people out there have TiVos??




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  # 552322 1-Dec-2011 16:39
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old3eyes:
mattwnz:
codyc1515: The even funnier part is that nobody watches it still. /troll


Perhaps they will now, seeing people can now see what is on. They do sometimes have some really good movies, including some good foreign ones.


But how many people out there have TiVos??


Quite a few now that they are sold at Noel Leemings and Bond and bond, and taht should mean that the number will rise a lot. I know someone who brought one at the weekend because they wanted a freeview decoder for an existing TV, and pricewise the tivo wasn't much more than a standalone box without pvr functions.



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  # 552323 1-Dec-2011 16:41
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freitasm: Nope, still no EPG on my TiVo, even after a restart. Connecting to the network again.



Try hovering over the actual maori tv listing on the epg, and you should find that it switches to the actual program listing, from the standard 'contact maori tv to get..." Not sure why it it doing this, but it could be some form of caching that will resolve over time.

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