The blog Syntho also showed up in my google searches.
It points out that TV3 sells the listing details (database) to people who want to publish it on there websites.
Quote from Syntho "As Frankel and McLay point out ?copyright does not protect facts or information, it does protect compilations of facts, the way particular facts are organised.? So the theory is that the compilation of the TV schedules involves enough ?originality to justify protecting the schedules as compilations of a literary work.? "
That's kind of sad.