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Topic # 14346 28-Jun-2007 21:45
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http://www.telstraclear.co.nz/residential/inhome/television/digital-tv/whats_new.cfm

Changes to your TelstraClear In-Home TV channels

In-Home TV are shaking things up for the better
 
As of the 1st of July, our provider is replacing SKY Movies 2 with SKY Movies+2. As SKY Movies+2 is to be a 2 hour delayed broadcast of SKY Movies 1, TelstraClear have decided not to broadcast Sky Movies +2. In order to give the best possible service, in place of this we are introducing a new channel “SKY Movie Greats”. Once capacity improvements allow, InHome TV will welcome back Sky Movies +2 later this year.
 
SKY Movie Greats will begin broadcasting on both our analogue and Digital networks on channel 22 at 4pm on the 1st July 2007.
 

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  Reply # 76247 28-Jun-2007 22:27
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Yes, no surprises there..

But will they take up the sport highlights channel? I would be keen for that as I do not always have the time to watch sporting matches in full.



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  Reply # 76309 29-Jun-2007 14:27
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I imagine they wi9ll carry them once they upgrade their bandwidth/capacity

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