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  # 2148464 20-Dec-2018 16:20
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wratterus:

 

"HD" is a bit open for interpretation. According to Sky 1280x720 is HD haha. 


 

 

I think TVNZ's livestreams are the same HD quality at 720p.


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  # 2148465 20-Dec-2018 16:22
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I see its exit Latch (and sports) from Duke.  And enter Latch (and sports) to Spark.  NBA and WRC added to Spark.

 

No more FTA sport - its all going pay.  Imagine MLS, AFL et al (whatever Duke used to show) will migrate to Spark.


 
 
 
 


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  # 2148472 20-Dec-2018 16:31
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Jase2985:

 

dfnt: You need a VPN or similar service running on the chromecast device too

 

why?

 

 

Chrome cast from my understanding uses googles dns hard coded into the device, once pass off is done from phone then the dns will be google which then picks up your in NZ


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  # 2148473 20-Dec-2018 16:33
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loceff13:

 

I hope it's not a exclusive for Samsung TV's for a certain time period and more of a target the largest market decision.. That being said with RWC being late next year it won't do too much damage 

 

 

You may find this.  Samsung sometimes throws cash/resources at companies to keep things an "exclusive" for a set amount of time.  Companies take this as it can help get their product onto a device that they would not normally have time/resource to invest in.


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  # 2148487 20-Dec-2018 17:01
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it will all come down to cost and that will depend on whether Spark wants to make a profit or just attract customers. 





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  # 2148493 20-Dec-2018 17:43
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tripp:

 

Jase2985:

 

dfnt: You need a VPN or similar service running on the chromecast device too

 

why?

 

 

Chrome cast from my understanding uses googles dns hard coded into the device, once pass off is done from phone then the dns will be google which then picks up your in NZ

 

 

how is that going to affect this service? its made for chromecast


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  # 2148515 20-Dec-2018 18:57
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Jase2985:

 

how is that going to affect this service? its made for chromecast

 

 

It won't. I think they were referring to Kayo - which I use - and is the best thing since sliced bread. I'm hoping Spark's mobile app is something similar.


 
 
 
 


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  # 2148535 20-Dec-2018 21:22
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Yes I was talking about Kayo, I didn't quote @KrazyKid as I as on my phone and thought my reply would be directly under his. But another person got in so it probably made no sense.

 

If I cast from my laptop to the shield without the shield being connected to VPN the Kayo stream won't start


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  # 2163346 18-Jan-2019 16:43
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Interesting article by @chriskeall on Tim Martins' (RugbyPass) view on the RWC.  

 

 

 

https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=12191816


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  # 2163645 19-Jan-2019 12:06
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So when are they going to stand this up? WRC starts next week, and no announcements yet.


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  # 2163646 19-Jan-2019 12:19
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smcc:

 

So when are they going to stand this up? WRC starts next week, and no announcements yet.

 

 

Hockey starts next week too.  And thats being shown on TV2.  Hopefully WRC wil be broadcast somewhere on TVNZ too.




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  # 2184087 20-Feb-2019 08:48
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Just received, more details later:

Spark Sport launching in early March with a free trial month for New Zealanders


Spark Sport priced at just $19.99 a month
One-month free trial available at launch
Spark Sport to launch in early March, in time for Australian Grand Prix
Australian Grand Prix to be simulcast on TVNZ DUKE
Spark Sport launching in ‘beta’ to obtain feedback from Kiwis

Spark Sport is launching in early March with a one-month free trial for those who sign up to the service, to give sports fans the opportunity to check out the new way of enjoying sport in New Zealand for free. Following a free trial, access to Spark Sport will be priced at just $19.99 a month for all-you-can-eat sport.





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  # 2184088 20-Feb-2019 08:49
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Is Duke in HD?  The quality via Sky always seems quite poor so presume its SD?


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  # 2184090 20-Feb-2019 08:51
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Duke is in HD on Freeview but not on Sky 


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  # 2184092 20-Feb-2019 08:55
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Great, I'll have to use the android app as I don't have access to Freeview|HD as I don't have an aerial just a sky dish!  Just means no pausing or anything if the app fails. 


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