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  Reply # 90349 9-Oct-2007 21:29
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Both Statos and Parliment are on my Sky box this evening (ie within the last hour).

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  Reply # 90355 9-Oct-2007 21:50
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Hi, I was watching SkyNews and was waiting for a show to start on History when I noticed Stratos was no longer on the EPG. After the show finished I checked again and it was still missing, I had to go out so put the box into standby and when I got home checked again and it was loaded again. I just wanted to know if anyone else noticed.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 90446 10-Oct-2007 12:25
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I suspect some of this has todo with the fact that the FreeView sourced channels (ie Statos and Parliment) only have EIT EPG streams to populate the EPG, and other NDS specific EPG elements dont exist in the FreeView mux, therefore there is a slightly manual element to their integration into the Sky system.

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